Would such shallowness be tolerated in a film about the Battle of Agincourt, immortalized by Shakespeare in Henry V?
Henry V by Laurence Olivier Watch the regal actor discover the medium.
Kenneth Branagh portrayed Henry V in the 1989 film adaptation, which he directed as well.
Yet there was also Henry V's victory at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, perhaps the dynasty's high spot.
Our own Henry V had rather "loud" tastes in his ship decoration.
Prince Henry begins his reign as Henry V by casting off all his old associates.
He is a devoted admirer of Henry V, a characteristic which no one will ascribe to the writer of the preceding page.
Henry V had no real basis for his claim to the French crown.
I remember that I read the feudal play of Henry V for the first time in a loghouse.
In French he assuredly did more than dabble, if his Henry V be taken as any proof.