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The Six Wives of Henry VIII: With Keith Michell, Anthony Quayle, Patrick Troughton, Bernard Hepton. A six-episode dramatization of Henry VIII's relationships with each of his six wives. Each episode is devoted to one wife, and is a complete play in itself.
Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the mic to reclaim their identities out of the shadow of their infamous spouse—remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into an exuberant celebration of 21st century girl power. The female cast are backed by an all-female band, the “Ladies in Waiting.”
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28 de abr. de 2020 · Charismatic and charming, domineering and wilful, Henry VIII was a difficult man to resist. Follow us on YouTube! The six wives of Henry VIII and their children were: Catherine of Aragon (m. June 1509 CE) - Mary (b. Feb. 1516 CE) Anne Boleyn (m. Jan. 1533 CE) - Elizabeth (b. Sep. 1533 CE) Jane Seymour (m.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII. A British television series originally broadcast on CBS (and rebroadcast on PBS) in America in 1971, The Six Wives of Henry VIII remains a painless way to learn something about royal history and its impact on the political and religious landscape of England. Keith Michell stars as King Henry VIII, who assumes the ...
Henry VIII’s daughter Mary acted as chief mourner at the funeral. Jane Seymour was the only one of Henry VIII’s wives to receive a Queen’s funeral. In 1547 Henry VIII was to join her in the vault after his own death. Out of all six of his wives, Henry VIII chose to be buried next to Jane Seymour.
The BBC began the 1970s with the colour costume drama The Six Wives of Henry VIII. The first episode, broadcast on 1 January, was devoted to Catherine of Aragon, played by Annette Crosbie.