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Mary, Queen of Scots (1972)

Rating:PG-13 (for some violence)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:February 2, 1972
Running time:128 minutes
Cast:Vanessa Redgrave, Glenda Jackson, Patrick McGoohan, Timothy Dalton, Nigel Davenport
Director:Charles Jarrott
Producer:Hal B. Wallis
Writer:John Hale
Distributor:Universal Pictures

Description: Vanessa Redgrave stars as Mary Stuart of Scotland, with Glenda Jackson co-starring as Queen Elizabeth I. As with the earlier Maxwell Anderson play Mary of Scotland, the film sympathizes with Mary, and there are two fictionalized face-to-face confrontations between the two queens (who never met in real life). With this film, old-line Hollywood producer Hal Wallis continued his trademark of showcasing dynamic stars within a period milieu; the film is literally swamped with lavish Tudor decor.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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