The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Season 1, Episode 3

Jane Seymour (15 Aug. 1971)

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The King is embroiled with the reformation and after the execution of Anne Boleyn he marries the kind and loving, gentlewoman, Jane Seymour, will she provide him with the peace and comfort he needs and even more importantly a male heir?

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Keith Michell ...
Anne Stallybrass ...
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Sheila Burrell ...
Daniel Moynihan ...
Gillian Bailey ...
Dorothy Seymour
Dorothy Black ...
Lady Margaret Seymour
John Ronane ...
Bernard Hepton ...
Basil Dignam ...
Howard Lang ...
William Abney ...
Louis Haslar ...
Sir Nicholas Carew
Wolfe Morris ...
Jo Kendall ...
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The King is embroiled with the reformation and after the execution of Anne Boleyn he marries the kind and loving, gentlewoman, Jane Seymour, will she provide him with the peace and comfort he needs and even more importantly a male heir?

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Toward the end, you can see that the supposedly dead Seymour is still breathing. See more »

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Jane Seymour: [referring to Robert Aske's rebellion] I beg you, sir, by the deep love I bear you, I beg you to restore the abbeys. This can only be God's judgment for putting them down!
Henry VIII: God and my conscience are on perfectly good terms, madam. And unless you wish to follow Mistress Boleyn's end, you will not meddle in my affairs!
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