Elizabeth R (1971– )
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Horrible Conspiracies 

"Horrible Conspiracies" is an episode of Elizabeth R starring Glenda Jackson, Vivian Pickles, and Stephen Murray. It is 1586 and Mary Queen of Scots has been imprisoned in England for nearly 20 years, Walsingham is determined to strike Mary and the catholic faction down. Elizabeth tries to protect her ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Queen Elizabeth I
... Mary, Queen of Scots
... Walsingham
Hamilton Dyce ... Sir Amyas Paulet
... Sir Anthony Babington
... Gilbert Gifford
... Thomas Phelippes
John Graham ... William Davison
... John Ballard
... Richard Topcliffe
Malcolm Hayes ... Sir Edward Kelley
Raf De La Torre ... Dr. John Dee
James Culliford ... John Savage
John Ruddock ... John Whitgift
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It is 1586 and Mary Queen of Scots has been imprisoned in England for nearly 20 years, Walsingham is determined to strike Mary and the catholic faction down. Elizabeth tries to protect her doomed fellow Queen,but is slowly drawn into Mary's tragedy. Written by Anonymous

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Biography | Drama

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TV-14
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5 March 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Queen Elizabeth I: You are recovered,then, Sir Francis?
Walsingham: Thank you, madam. The pain is less severe.
Queen Elizabeth I: And the deed is done. Your work is accomplished. The dog died, did you know? The terrier? It refused food, grew thin and died. The dog and its mistress, both dead.
Walsingham: There was no other path, Majesty. You acted with great wisdom.
Queen Elizabeth I: You think there is great wisdom in killing a queen?
Walsingham: She is at rest,madam. And with God's good grace, she will find eternal peace.
Queen Elizabeth I: Peace. You are much mistaken, Sir Francis. There is no peace ...
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