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Anna Leonowens (Character)
from The King and I (1956)
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- "The Nostalgia Critic"
... aka "Nostalgia Critic" - USA (sixth season title)
- The King and I (2013) TV episode, Played by Rachel Tietz
- Anna and the King (1999) Played by Jodie Foster
- The King and I (1999) Played by Miranda Richardson / Christiane Noll
- "Anna and the King"
- Serana (1972) TV episode, Played by Samantha Eggar
- Louis' Love (1972) TV episode, Played by Samantha Eggar
- The King and the Egg (1972) TV episode, Played by Samantha Eggar
- The Marriage of Prince Chula (1972) TV episode, Played by Samantha Eggar
- The Haunted Temple (1972) TV episode, Played by Samantha Eggar
- The King and I (1956) Played by Deborah Kerr
... aka "Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
- General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein (1954) (TV) Played by Patricia Morison
... aka "General Foods Anniversary Show" - USA (short title)
- Anna and the King of Siam (1946) Played by Irene Dunne (as Anna Owens)
- Out of My Dreams: Oscar Hammerstein II (2012) (TV) Played by Deborah Kerr
- "Broadway: The American Musical"
- Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin': 1943-1960 (2004) TV episode, Played by Gertrude Lawrence
Anna: In your house she's just another woman. Like a bowl of rice is a bowl of rice no different from any other bowl of rice.
King: Now you understand about women! So, many English books talk about love etc etc etc ha!
Anna: You disapprove?
King: It is a silly complication of a general simplicity. A woman is designed for pleasing man that is all. A man is deigned to be pleased by many women
Anna: Then how do you explain, your majesty, that many men remain faithful to one wife
King: They are sick.
Anna: Oh, but you do expect women to be faithful?
Anna: Well why naturally?
King: Because it is natural. It is like old Siamese saying. A girl is like a blossom, with honey for just one man. A man is like a honey bee and gather all he can. To fly from blossom to blossom a honey must be free. But blossom must not ever fly from bee to bee to bee.
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