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Filmography by type for
Cardinal Campeggio (Character)
from Henry VIII (1979) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Cardinal Campeius / Le Cardinal Campeggio


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  1. "The Tudors"
        - Lady in Waiting (2008) TV episode, Played by John Kavanagh
        - Matters of State (2008) TV episode, Played by John Kavanagh
        - The Definition of Love (2008) TV episode, Played by John Kavanagh
        - His Majesty's Pleasure (2008) TV episode, Played by John Kavanagh
        - The Act of Succession (2008) TV episode, Played by John Kavanagh
          (6 more)

  2. Henry VIII (1991) (TV) Played by Gérard Serkoyan (as Le Cardinal Campeggio)

  3. Henry VIII (1979) (TV) Played by Michael Poole (as Cardinal Campeius)
    ... aka "The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eight" - UK (original title)
    ... aka "The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: Henry VIII" - USA (video title)
  4. "The Six Wives of Henry VIII"
        - Catherine of Aragon (1970) TV episode, Played by Ronald Adam
  1. Anna Boleyn (1920) Played by Wilhelm Diegelmann

  2. Henry VIII (1911) Played by S.A. Cookson (as Cardinal Campeius)

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From "The Tudors: Truth and Justice (#1.8)" (2007)
Cardinal Campeggio: I have received a petition from the dukes of Suffolk and Norfolk and Lord Boleyn, saying the divorce has an overwhelming support of the people of England.
Sir Thomas More: As Your Eminence would quickly discover if he stepped outside these doors and saw the people, that is a manifest lie. On the contrary, the people love their queen and they have every reason to do so.
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