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God's Outlaw

God's Outlaw is a 1987 British historical film directed by Tony Tew and starring Roger Rees, Bernard Archer and Keith Barron.[1] It depicts the historical figure of William Tynedale and his struggles with the authorities in the time of Henry VIII for translating the bible into English.[2]


  • Sebastian Abineri ... William Roye
  • Anthony Allen ... Thomas Poyntz
  • Bernard Archard ... Sir Thomas More
  • Keith Barron ... Henry VIII
  • Sharon Baylis ... Mrs. Poyntz
  • Alan Bennion ... Archdeacon Bell
  • Terence Budd ... Stephen Vaughan
  • David Chivers ... Old Priest
  • Arthur Cox ... Peter Quentel
  • Kenneth Gilbert ... Humphrey Monmouth
  • Willoughby Goddard ... Cardinal Wolsey
  • Terrence Hardiman ... Thomas Chomwell
  • Stuart Harrison ... Henry Phillips
  • Michael Haughey ... Jacques Masson
  • Harold Innocent ... Doctor
  • Timothy Kightley ... Priest
  • Oona Kirsch ... Anne Boleyn
  • Leon Lissek ... Herman Rincke
  • Richard Mapletoft ... Simon Mourton
  • Frank Moorey ... Johan Cochlaeus
  • Steve Newman ... Richard
  • Tony Phillips ... Messenger
  • Gary Raymond ... Sir John Walsh
  • Roger Rees ... William Tyndale
  • Pamela Salem ... Lady Anne Walsh
  • Paul Shelley ... John Frith
  • Joanna Tew ... Girl
  • Derek Ware ... Friar Stafford
  • George Waring ... Bishop Tunstall
  • Lydia Watson ... Lady in Waiting
  • Jerome Willis ... Bishop Stokesley


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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