The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Season 1, Episode 4

Anne of Cleves (22 Aug. 1971)

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Henry has been a widower for two years but political diplomacy and Thomas Cromwell urge the king to choose Anne of Cleves. Will the match prove a triumph or a disaster?

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Keith Michell ...
Elvi Hale ...
Angela Pleasence ...
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Bernard Hepton ...
Wolfe Morris ...
Basil Dignam ...
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James Mellor ...
Carol MacReady ...
Amalie
William Maxwell ...
David Butler ...
Norman Tyrrell ...
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Norman Atkyns ...
Henry's Gentleman
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Henry has been a widower for two years but political diplomacy and Thomas Cromwell urge the king to choose Anne of Cleves. Will the match prove a triumph or a disaster?

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Archbishop Thomas Cranmer: My lord Earl.
Thomas Cromwell: Not you, Archbishop. Stand silent a little.
Archbishop Thomas Cranmer: My Lord.
Thomas Cromwell: For a learned man, you're mighty slow in your wits, you've done some shameful things in your life and likely to do more before you die, so how is it I find such comfort in you?
Archbishop Thomas Cranmer: Comfort I never have any to give.
Thomas Cromwell: No! I fancy when that King in there, that arrogant bag of diseased guts and crazed pride, at last comes to die, he will only go in peace if he has your hand in his.
Archbishop Thomas Cranmer: What comfort can you need?
Thomas Cromwell: I've seen the warrants ready ...
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