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Question 1: Ian Hunter portrays ________, who is not depicted here as the feeble, dying King found in Laurence Olivier's 1955 film version of Shakespeare's play.
Edward IV of EnglandEdward V of EnglandHenry VII of EnglandRichard III of England

Question 2: ________ (one of Richard's brothers) is depicted as something less than the tragically noble figure found in Shakespeare.
George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of ClarenceEdward V of EnglandEdward IV of EnglandRichard III of England

Question 3: Tower of London (1939) black-and-white historical film released by ________ and directed by Rowland V.
Universal Studios FloridaUniversal Media StudiosNBC Universal Television DistributionUniversal Studios

Question 4: The film is based on the traditional depiction of Richard rising to become ________ by eliminating everyone ahead of him.
Richard II of EnglandJohn of EnglandEdward III of EnglandList of English monarchs

Question 5: ________ - King Henry VI
Mander familyMerle OberonMiles ManderWolverhampton

Question 6: Price later told Rathbone's biographer Michael Druxman that he felt Rathbone's performance as Richard was probably more historically genuine than either ________'s or his own.
Jack LemmonAlec GuinnessLaurence OlivierJohn Gielgud

Question 7: Vincent Price appears as ________.
George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of ClarenceRichard III of EnglandEdward V of EnglandEdward IV of England

Question 8: ________ - Richard - Duke of Gloucester
Nigel BruceSherlock Holmes (1939 film series)Humphrey BogartBasil Rathbone

Question 9: It stars ________ as the future Richard III of England, and Boris Karloff as his fictitious club-footed executioner Mord.
Nigel BruceSherlock Holmes (1939 film series)Humphrey BogartBasil Rathbone

Question 10: The plot was not derived from ________'s Richard III, but rather was written by Robert N.
HamletShakespeare's lifeWilliam ShakespeareShakespeare authorship question







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