The Tudors (2007–2010)
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Arise, My Lord 

Henry is displeased to learn that the Emperor Charles V, Queen Katherine's nephew, has released King Francis of France from prison and is forced to look for a foreign ally elsewhere. ... See full summary »

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Henry Fitzroy
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Henry is displeased to learn that the Emperor Charles V, Queen Katherine's nephew, has released King Francis of France from prison and is forced to look for a foreign ally elsewhere. Meanwhile Katherine's alliance with Charles intensifies as does her hatred of Wolsey. Anne Boleyn turns down the king's proposal that she be the royal mistress, demanding nothing less than being declared queen. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Anne's quote, " By daily proof you shall me find, To be to you both loving and kind," was taken from the real Anne Boleyn's prayer book where she and Henry VIII would write notes to each other. See more »

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While Margaret Tudor and Charles Brandon are arguing at their estate, the type of cup Margaret is drinking from changes from a plain cup to an ornate goblet and back to a plain cup between shots. See more »

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Anne Boleyn: [to Henry as they are lying in bed] I make you this promise. When we are married, I will deliver you a son.
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The Tudors End Credits
Written by Trevor Morris
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Henry Fitzroy's true age at death.
11 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is an historical fact that Lord Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond and Sumerset, son of Lady Blount, was born on June 15, 1519 and died June 18, 1536. He was 15 years old and was married to Lady Mary Howard and had no children at the time of his death. He was definitely NOT only 3 or 4 years old as the movie would have us believe. Although I understand this i not an historical documentary, like what you would see on the history channel, I think they should at least try to stay within historical parameters. There is a big difference between old enough to marry and barely weaned. This aside, I thoroughly enjoy the show and count it as one of my favorites.


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