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Henry V (1944) Poster

(1944)

Crazy Credits

The main title appears as a playbill floating over the Globe Theatre. Also, there are no opening credits except for the name of the production company and the film's title, which is commonplace today, but was very rare in 1944.
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The main title not only gives the full title of the play as Shakespeare wrote it, but spells the words in the sixteenth-century manner, not in modern spelling.
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The advertising poster for the film's first U.S. run (in 1946) billed it as "A Two City Film" when it should have read "A Two Cities Film", as it does in the film's actual opening credits.
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The closing credits list 'Produced and Directed by' Laurence Olivier in close association with all the other listed members of the crew.
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