Short vid for The Shadow of the Tower - Henry VII/Elizabeth of York to Melancholy Interlude by Hayley Westenra.
I was originally making this version (Company of Shadows) for Fan_flashworks challenge “Ghosts & Gore” but tried out several pieces of music and liked the result with this one, although it wasn’t ghostly enough for the challenge entry.
(I bring all the cute animals, as instructed.)
David Collings as the Rev. Julian Harmon in the BBC version of Miss Marple: A Murder Is Announced (1984). With a cat called Delilah.
I think it’s fair to say there’s some stuff in Shadow of the Tower I have no real explanation for. e.g. they can barely afford the set but the director Prudence Fitzgerald gets in a marmoset(?) and a spaniel, because that’s what’s important here. Henry VII (James Maxwell) should have cute animals around him.
(All right, Episode 3 was called The Schooling of Apes, so I suppose that’s why the monkey, but still.)
David Collings as Father Richard Simmons in The Shadow of the Tower (BBC 1972).
“Albert Campion, specialist in fairy tales.”
Peter Davison in BBC’s Campion, adapted from the books by Margery Allingham. With Brian Glover as Lugg.
(I did promise somebody this post a while back - here it is!)
Gemma Jones and Victoria Plucknett as Louisa Trotter and Mary in The Duchess of Duke Street (1976).
Mary: What we have, you and me. It’s good. I like it.
(But who cares?)
James Maxwell and Norma West as Henry VII and Elizabeth of York in episode 2 of The Shadow of the Tower (BBC 1972)
James Maxwell and Norma West as Henry VII and Elizabeth of York in The Shadow of the Tower (BBC 1972).
More of Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter in The Duchess of Duke Street (S1, BBC 1976)
Maureen O’Brien as the troublesome Lizzy Starr in The Duchess of Duke Street. (BBC 1976)