What a gorgeous man!
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You're gaining on it, Johnny. Off you go now. Run along and practice. He'll make a good king. Come on, my son! Have you found religion, Henry? Will you look down from heaven and see who's sitting on your throne? I must know before I die. There's a legend of a king called Lear, with whom I have a lot in common.
Both of us have kingdoms and three children we adore, and both of us are old, but there it ends. He cuts his kingdom into bits. I can't do that. I've bullt an empire, and I must know it's going to last. All of Britain, half of France I'm the greatest power in a thousand years, and after me comes John.
I'm going to lose you, Henry, aren't I? Alais, in my time I've known The new Medusa, my good wife?
How is your queen? No, don't be jealous of the Gorgon. She is not among the things I love. How many husbands do you know who dungeon up their wives?
I haven't kept the great bitch in the keep for ten years out of passionate attachment. We will be holding Christmas court at chinon. We have asked the king of France to join us. I want Richard there and Geoffrey. Go find my boys and tell them.
Then go fetch the queen from Salisbury tower. If the queen refuses? She wouldn't miss this for the world. Father wants to see me. There's to be a Christmas court. Henry, what if, just for once, I didn't do as I was told? It's going to be a jungle of a day. If I start growling now, I'll never last.
You're like the rocks at stonehenge In these rooms, Alais, on this Christmas, I have all the enemies I need.
The Lion in Winter by James Goldman, directed by Trevor Nunn. With Sonya Cassidy as Princess Alais, Tom Bateman as Prince Richard, Robert Lindsay as King Henry II, Joanna Lumley as Queen Eleanor, James Norton as Prince Godfrey, Joseph Drake as Prince John. Opens at The Theatre Royal Haymarket on 15/11/ CREDIT Geraint Lewis. It’s not that the new version of The Lion in Winter is a bad movie. James Goldman’s screenplay, adapted from his play, is fine. James Goldman’s screenplay, adapted from his play, is fine. Patrick Stewart as Henry II is fine. Review: ‘Lion in Winter’ is fierce — and fluffy ‘Lion in Winter’ is fierce — and fluffy That’s the case in “The Lion in Winter,” playwright James Goldman’s fanciful.
You have more than you think. Has my willow turned to poison oak?
If I decided to be trouble, Henry, how much trouble could I be? I could give away your plans.In , the year “The Lion in Winter” was made, Paramount Pictures produced “No Way to Treat a Lady,” with Rod Steiger and Lee Remick, based on William Goldman’s novel of the same name.
Barry's first Academy Award came with THE LION IN WINTER. The James Goldman play had been well liked by critics, but in spite of good reviews and considerable star power (the original stage production featured Rosemary Harris, Robert Preston, and Christopher Walken) played a scant 92 performances.
The Lion in Winter has 9, ratings and reviews. Chris said: What shall we hang, the holly or each other?If that sounds like something you'd he /5(). Peter O'Toole: Peter O’Toole, The Lion in Winter Lobby card for The Lion in Winter (), directed by Anthony Harvey, featuring (from left to right) You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind.
It was directed by Anthony Harvey, written by James Goldman, and produced by Joseph E. Levine, Jane C. Nusbaum and Martin Poll from Goldman's adaptation of his own play, The Lion in Winter. The film stars Peter O'Toole, Katharine Hepburn, John Castle, Anthony Hopkins (in his film debut in a major role), Jane Merrow, Timothy Dalton (in his film debut) and Nigel Terry.
James Goldman's, The Lion in Winter, was an enchanting tale of the strugle, leadership and honor that comes with being a part of a royal family.
It really kept my attention, and I wanted to keep reading/5(2).