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While English and Spanish ships are fighting at sea, Queen Elizabeth is trying to remain in peace with the formidable Spanish and their…

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Genre: Adventure, Romance, War.

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  • Summary:   While English and Spanish ships are fighting at sea, Queen Elizabeth is trying to remain in peace with the formidable Spanish and their Armada. Sir Richard Ingolby is in charge of the English ships. His son, Michael, is captured during the battle and then taken care of by a Spanish family after he escapes. Hated by the Spanish and considered a traitor by the English, Michael needs to get a vital message to the Queen...
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  • Genres:   Adventure, Romance, War
  • Directed by:   William K. Howard
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"Fire Over England" (1937) Cast:

  • Flora Robson - Queen Elizabeth I of England
  • Raymond Massey - King Philip II of Spain
  • Leslie Banks - Earl of Leicester
  • Laurence Olivier - Michael Ingolby
  • Vivien Leigh - Cynthia
  • Morton Selten - Lord Burleigh
  • Tamara Desni - Elena
  • Lyn Harding - Sir Richard Ingolby
  • George Thirlwell - Mr. Lawrence Gregory
  • Henry Oscar - Spanish Ambassador
  • Robert Rendel - Don Miguel
  • Robert Newton - Don Pedro
  • Donald Calthrop - Don Escobal
  • Charles Carson - Adm. Valdez

5 Comments

  1. very very very good film

  2. excellent movie….. More Olivier and Leigh please AND Bette Davis

  3. I found some more Bette Davis movies. I’ll be adding them shortly.

  4. Excellent film.

  5. The old English films cannot be beaten. There is no bad language spoken, the music isn’t louder than the speakers voice. The close-ups are kept to a minimum.
    in today’s films, every other word is foul language, there are too many close-up shots, and the music blocks out what is being said.
    i love the oldies.

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