Henry V (1944) - (Movie Clip) Opening, Globe Playhouse
The innovative opening sequence from Laurence Olivier's first Shakespeare film production, the acclaimed wartime version of Henry V, 1944, co-starring Leslie Banks, Felix Aylmer and Robert Newton.
Henry V (1944) - (Re-issue Trailer)
Shakespeare's tale of the warrior king (Laurence Olivier) who learns the meaning of heroism during a daring invasion of France.
Henry V (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Unto Southampton!
Leslie Banks, as "Chorus" conveys us to Southampton, where the king (director and star Laurence Olivier) launches his fleet, then the death of Falstaff (George Robey), faithful to the original Shakespeare, from Henry V, 1944.
Henry V (1944) -- (Movie Clip) With Right And Conscience
Starting back-stage at the Globe Playhouse, the first appearance of the king (director and star Laurence Olivier), leading to the Archbishop (Felix Aylmer) with his long, comical legal opinion, from Henry V, 1944.
Henry V (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Upon The King
Director and title character Laurence Olivier elects to offer this segment of the famous speech as interior monologue, on the eve of Agincourt, from act four, scene one of the Shakespeare, interrupted by Erpingham (Morland Graham), from the partly government-financed 1944 production of Henry V.