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The Shadow of the Tower is a historical drama that was broadcast on BBC2 in 1972. It was a prequel to the earlier serials The Six Wives of Henry VIII and Elizabeth R. Consisting of thirteen episodes, it focused on the reign of Henry VII of England and the creation of the Tudor dynasty.
|S01E05||The Serpent and the Comforter||00/00/0000|
|S01E06||The White Hart||00/00/0000||The year is 1494 and King Henry is alarmed that the powerful and arrogant Sir William Stanley may be implicated in a plot against his crown.|
|S01E07||A Fly in the Ointment||00/00/0000||Addle-brained Sir John Kendall and his dim-witted nephew devise a ludicrous plan to kill the King with a harmless ointment from phony astrologer.|
|S01E08||The Princely Gift||00/00/0000||Visionary Italian navigator John Cabot has a difficult time convincing Bristol businessmen and the King that his Western voyage to China is practical and profitable.|
|S01E09||Do the Sheep Sin?||00/00/0000||Heavy-handed tax policies lead the peasants of Cornwall to march peacefully in protest on London, but an ambitions nobleman wants to use the pilgrimage to his own advantage.|
|S01E10||The Man Who Never Was||00/00/0000||Commoner Perkin Warbeck, pretender to Henry's throne, finds he's losing support throughout Europe.|
|S01E11||The Strange Shapes of Reality||00/00/0000||Although Perkin Warbeck enjoys only house arrest for his treason through Henry's mercy, he continues to plot against the King.|
|S01E12||The Fledgling||00/00/0000||In order to give his dynasty more credibility, Henry tries to arrange a marriage between his son and the Spanish princess, but their are preconditions.|
|S01E13||The King Without a Face||00/00/0000||The year is now 1501 and Henry is now finally secure on the throne with his promising son Arthur about to marry Catherine of Aragon, however in the shadows tragic events are lying in wait for the King.|
Derek Anders (James IV) Richard Warwick (Perkin Warbeck) Jason Kemp (Prince Arthur) Michael Johnson (Lord Lovell) Nicholas Selby (Earl of Devon) James Laurenson (Earl of Lincoln) Joanna Tope (Cicely) Maurice Roëves (Humphrey Stafford) James Maxwell (King Henry VII) Christopher Neame (Earl of Warwick) Marigold Sharman (Margaret Beaufort) John Franklyn-Robbins (Sir William Stanley) Adrienne Byrne (Catherine of Aragon) Rachel Kempson (Margaret of York) Colin Jeavons (Sir Robert Clifford)