Henry VIII has just married Marie of Normandy, and is eager to consummate their marriage. Unfortunately for Henry, she is always eating garlic, and refuses to stop. Deciding to get rid of her in his usual manner, Henry has to find some way of doing it without provoking war with Marie's cousin, the King of France. Perhaps if she had an affair... Written by
Simon N. McIntosh-Smith <Simon.N.Smith@cs.cf.ac.uk>
A Great Guy with his Chopper
Did You Know?
When Fawkes blows a hole in the gate of the Tower, it is in the shape of Australia. See more
At one point Henry and his courtiers are seen out riding in Windsor Great Park. However, many of the features of the Park and Windsor Castle in shot were not built until the mid-17th to early 19th centuries; for example, the Long Walk along which they are riding was constructed by Charles II in the 1660s, the trees were planted by William III in the 1680s, whilst the current south range of Windsor Castle's Upper Ward, and the upper story of the Castle's Round Tower, were built by George IV in the 1820s. See more
A drink, Ma'am?
I can heartily recommend the porter here.
Really? Then do send him up to my room later.
This film is based on a recently discovered manuscript by one William Cobbler which reveals the fact that Henry VIII did in fact have two more wives. Although it was at first thought that Cromwell originated the story, it is now known to be definitely all Cobbler's........ from beginning to end. See more
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