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Young Winston 1972 Early Life Of Winston Churchill Movie DVD, MP4, USB

Young Winston 1972 Early Life Of Winston Churchill Movie DVD, MP4, USB
Young Winston 1972 Early Life Of Winston Churchill Movie DVD, MP4, USB
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Winston Churchill's Autobiography ''My Early Life: A Roving Commission'' Is Recounted In Richard Attenborough's Moving Historical Drama Starring Simon Ward, Robert Shaw and Anne Bancroft, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1972, 2 Hours 23 Minutes.) #YoungWinston #MyEarlyLifeARovingCommission #RichardAttenborough #SimonWard #RobertShaw #AnneBancroft #BattleOfOmdurman #SecondBoerWar #BoerWar #ParliamentOfGreatBritain #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Cinema #Hollywood #AmericanCinema #USCinema #CinemaOfTheUS #DVD #MP4 #VideoDownload

Richard Attenborough

Winston Churchill (Book), Carl Foreman (Screenplay)


Robert Shaw ... Lord Randolph Churchill
Anne Bancroft ... Lady Jennie Churchill
Simon Ward ... Winston Churchill
Jack Hawkins ... Mr. Welldon
Ian Holm ... George E. Buckle
Anthony Hopkins ... David Lloyd George
Patrick Magee ... General Bindon Blood
Edward Woodward ... Captain Aylmer Haldane
John Mills ... General Kitchener
Peter Cellier ... Captain 35th Sikhs
Ronald Hines ... Adjutant 35 Sikhs
Raymond Huntley ... Old Officer (scenes deleted)
Russell Lewis ... Winston Churchill (Age 7)
Pat Heywood ... Mrs. Everest
Laurence Naismith ... Lord Salisbury

Young Winston is a 1972 British biographical adventure drama war film covering the early years of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, based in particular on his 1930 book, My Early Life. The first part of the film covers Churchill's unhappy schooldays, up to the death of his father. The second half covers his service as a cavalry officer in India and the Sudan, during which he takes part in the cavalry charge at Omdurman, his experiences as a war correspondent in the Second Boer War, during which he is captured and escapes, and his election to Parliament at the age of 26. Churchill was played by Simon Ward, who was relatively unknown at the time but was supported by a distinguished cast including Robert Shaw (as Lord Randolph Churchill), John Mills (as Lord Kitchener), Anthony Hopkins (as David Lloyd George) and Anne Bancroft as Churchill's mother Jennie. Other actors included Patrick Magee, Robert Hardy, Ian Holm, Edward Woodward and Jack Hawkins. The film was written and produced by Carl Foreman and directed by Richard Attenborough. It was nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Screenplay, Best Art Direction (Donald M. Ashton, Geoffrey Drake, John Graysmark, William Hutchinson, Peter James) and Best Costume Design.