The Private Life of Henry VIII.
|Release Date:||Aug 1933|
|Genres||Biography / Comedy / Drama / History|
|Cast:||Charles Laughton(King Henry VIII), Robert Donat(Thomas Culpeper), Franklin Dyall(Thomas Cromwell), Miles Mander(Wriothesley), Laurence Hanray(Archbishop Thomas Cranmer), William Austin(Duke of Cleves), John Loder(Thomas Peynell), Claud Allister(Cornell (as Claude Allister)), Gibb McLaughlin(The French executioner), Sam Livesey(The English executioner), Merle Oberon(Anne Boleyn), Wendy Barrie(Jane Seymour), Elsa Lanchester(Anne of Cleves), Binnie Barnes(Katherine Howard), Everley Gregg(Katherine Parr), Lady Tree(The King's nurse), Frederick Culley(Duke of Norfolk), Mark Daly(Bit part (uncredited)), Annie Esmond(The cook's wife (uncredited)), William Heughan(Kingston), Arthur Howard(Kitchen helper (uncredited)), Judy Kelly(Lady Rochford), Wally Patch(Butcher in kitchen (uncredited)), Hay Petrie(The king's barber (uncredited)), Terry-Thomas(Extra (uncredited)), John Turnbull(Hans Holbein),|
This movie tells the story of King Henry VIII and the last five of his six wives. Set almost entirely within the royal castle, it begins just before the death of his second wife (Anne Boleyn) and ends just after his sixth wedding (to Catherine or Katherine Parr).