Did You Know?
That all extant copies of 'Henry VIII' were publicly burned by William Barker
on Thursday, 13 April 1911 at Ealing Studios and nothing was ever seen of the film thereafter is one of the enduring myths of UK and international film history - but myth it is. See more
Tis better to be lowly born And range with humble livers in content Than to be perk'd up in a glistening grief And wear a golden sorrow.
Version of The Tudors: Sister