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The past in the present/the present in the past
Paul Newland

the 1970s. As Alexander Walker puts it, ‘Winstanley’s vision of England in disarray was historically apposite.’28 Oliver’s army: Cromwell Winstanley was not the only film made in Britain during the late 1960s and 1970s that looked back to events surrounding the English Interregnum. Cromwell (Ken Hughes, 1970) – produced by Irving Allen for Columbia – stars Richard Harris as Oliver Cromwell, and Alec Guinness as King Charles I. The film was shot primarily on location in Spain, but interiors were filmed at Shepperton Studios. Cromwell is an epic, big budget production

in British films of the 1970s