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|The Royal Oak|
|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Written by||Lucita Squier|
|Based on||The Royal Oak|
by Henry Hamilton and Augustus Harris
|Distributed by||Stoll Pictures|
The Royal Oak is a 1923 British silent historical drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Betty Compson, Henry Ainley and Henry Victor. It was based on the 1889 play The Royal Oak by Henry Hamilton and Augustus Harris. The title references the Royal Oak in which Charles is said to have hidden. The film proved popular and was re-released in 1929 by Equity British Films.
- Betty Compson as Lady Mildred Cholmondeley
- Henry Ainley as Oliver Cromwell
- Henry Victor as Charles I / Charles II
- Thurston Hall as Colonel Ancketell
- Clive Brook as Dorian Clavering
- Bertie Wright as Dearlove
- Peter Dear as Lord Cholmondeley
- Dallas Cairns as Pendrel
- Blanche Walker as Parry
- Rolf Leslie as Melchizedek
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