Henry V (1944) - Laurence OLIVIER

(Drama History) Henry V [DVDrip] 1944

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UK 22 Nov 1944
Director Laurence OLIVIER

Starring Laurence Olivier, Renée Asherson, Robert Newton, Leslie Banks

For the Frenchies --> http://www.cineclubdecaen.com/realisat/olivier/henri5.htm

The original version of the film begins with a “dedication to the commandos and airborne troops of Great Britain” (Sargeant 155). We then travel to the Globe Theatre in 1600. The Chorus (Leslie Banks) enters and implores the audience to use their imagination to visualize the setting of the play. We then see, up on a balcony, two clergymen, The Archbishop of Canterbury (Felix Aylmer), and the Bishop of Ely (Robert Helpmann) discussing the current affairs of state. Henry (Laurence Olivier) then enters, and discusses with his nobles the state of France. A gift is delivered to Henry from the French Dauphin. The gift turns out to be tennis balls. Offended, Henry sends the French ambassador away, and prepares to claim the French throne, a throne that he believes is rightfully his. We then see characters from Shakespeare's Henry IV plays: Nym (Frederick Cooper), Bardolph (Roy Emerton), and Pistol (Robert Newton). These characters resolve to join Henry's army, however, before they do, Falstaff (George Robey), another returning character, and one of the King's former mentors, dies. At this point, the film gradually ceases to be located in the Globe Theatre; instead the scenes are performed in stylized film sets reminiscent of a medieval Book of Hours.

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more subtitles -->http://www.opensubtitles.org/en/search/sublanguageid-all/idmovie-17852

3 comments:

Jonathan said...

Great links. But it's missing number 8! Thanks for this and all the great films...

galmuchet said...

You're absolutely right ... I apologize! It's fixed now :-)

Jonathan said...

That was fast. Thanks. Great site. Incredible selection, well presented, couldn't really do it better. I appreciate all the effort that goes into this.
PS If you like Shakespeare, you should look at the BBC series, they filmed all the plays over several years. Their Henry V is good, but not quite as good as Olivier's.

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