King Lear Trailer

King Lear Trailer (1983)

03 April 1983 Drama 158 mins

An aging King invites disaster when he abdicates to his corrupt, toadying daughters and rejects his one loving, but honest one.

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Laurence Olivier

as King Lear

John Hurt

as The Fool

Brian Cox

as Burgundy

Dorothy Tutin

as Goneril

Diana Rigg

as Regan

Leo McKern

as Gloucester

Jeremy Kemp

as Cornwall

Robert Lang

as Albany


International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 03 April 1983

United States 26 January 1984

Production Companies

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