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May. 11th, 2010 (UTC)

Uhm yes, that is true. He was 45 when he excecuted Anne, and barely months before he was unhorsed while jousting and this is when he started to gain weight, or so is said. So yes, there is some justification for that, though I wonder what would be done if his later years were to be taken to the big screen nowadays.

ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS is a much better film than THE OTHER BOLEYN GIRL

I completely agree with this, both the movie and the book. As I have already said, "The Other Boleyn Girl" is to the Tudor era what Twilight is to vampires.

Thanks again for recommending me that, I will try to find a copy of The Private Life of Henry VIII.

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