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The Bad Lord Byron

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The Bad Lord Byron

The Bad Lord Byron
Starring Dennis Price
Mai Zetterling
Distributed by GFD (UK)
Release date(s) 1949
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget ₤200,000[1]

The Bad Lord Byron is a 1949 British historical drama film centered around the life of Lord Byron. It was directed by David MacDonald and starred Dennis Price as Byron with Mai Zetterling, Linden Travers and Joan Greenwood.

The film sees life from the perspective of Lord Byron, seriously wounded in Greece where he is fighting for Greek independence. He recounts his life, and his future.

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  • Internet Movie Database

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