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Henry V

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by William Shakespeare
Laurence Olivier's famous film starring
(Christmas films: pages 17-19)

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Art Director: Paul Sheriff
Costume Designer: Roger Furse
Music: William Walton
Producer/Director: Laurence Olivier
King Henry V: Laurence Olivier
Ancient Pistol: Robert Newton
Chorus: Leslie Banks
Princess Katharine: Renee Asherson
Fluellen: Esmond Knight
Constable of France: Leo Genn
Montjoy, a French Herald: Ralph Truman
King Charles VI of France: Harcourt Williams
Alice, lady-in-waiting: Ivy St Helier
Duke of Berri, French Ambassador: Ernest Thesiger
The Dauphin: Max Adrian
Duke of Orleans: Francis Lister
Duke of Burgundy: Valentine Dyall
Duke of Bourbon: Russell Thorndike
Gower, Captain in English Army: Michael Shepley
Jamy, Captain in English Camp: John Laurie
MacMorris, Captain in English Army: Niall MacGinnis
Archbishop of Canterbury: Felix Aylmer
Duke of Exeter: Nicholas Hannen
Duke of Ely: Robert Helpmann
Mistress Quickly: Freda Jackson
Williams, soldier in English camp: Jimmy Hanley
Sir John Falstaff: George Robey

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