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Item Title:

The Private Life of HENRY VIII, 1933, Charles Laughton - rare DVD


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DVD / Blu-ray - Drama

Item Condition: New
Current Time:19 Oct 17 15:07:40
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Item Specifics - Music Title : The Private Life of Henry VIII, 1933
Artist : Charles Laughton, Alexander Korda, Merle Oberon, Robert Donat, Elsa Lanchester, Binnie Barnes
5.05 19103726 An opportunity to buy a brand-new PAL DVD of one of THE classic British historical dramas of the early 1930s which was hugely successful at the British and American box-offices:   The Private Life of
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An opportunity to buy a brand-new PAL DVD of one of THE classic British historical dramas of the early 1930s which was hugely successful at the British and American box-offices:


The Private Life of Henry VIII, 1933, starring Charles Laughton


Running Time: approximately 90 minutes

The source material is superb – in both picture and sound quality.

It has the original “A” certificate as issued by the British Board of Film Censors, and the complete cast list at the close of the film.

Your brand-new DVD disc will be created from this source material (without any artwork), and will be supplied in a clear plastic wallet, NOT in a DVD case.


Note that the picture attached is for illustrative purposes only, and is therefore NOT included or offered with this listing.


Region 2:

IMPORTANT NOTE for American, Canadian and other non-Region 2 buyers:

You will need a multi-region DVD player to play this disc.

Directed by Alexander Korda

Produced by Alexander Korda and Ludvico Toeplitz for London Film Productions


Box office

The film was hugely successful on its original release. It made Alexander Korda a premier figure in the British film industry at the time; United Artists consequently signed Korda for 16 films. It also advanced the careers of Charles Laughton, Robert Donat, and Merle Oberon, it was her first major film role. Laughton would later reprise the same role in 1953 in the film “Young Bess”, opposite Jean Simmons as his daughter, Elizabeth.  It was the 12th most successful film at the US box office in 1933. The film premiered to record-breaking crowds at New York's Radio City Music Hall and London's Leicester Square Theatre one week later. It earned Ł500,000 on its first release.


Synopsis:  The film takes place 20 years into King Henry's rule. In May 1536, immediately following the execution of his second wife, Anne Boleyn (Merle Oberon), King Henry VIII (Charles Laughton) marries Jane Seymour (Wendy Barrie), who dies in childbirth eighteen months later. He then weds a German princess, Anne of Cleves (played by Laughton's real-life wife Elsa Lanchester). This marriage ends in divorce when Anne deliberately makes herself unattractive so she can be free to marry her sweetheart…..


Please read all the details of this listing so you know exactly what you are buying.


What will I receive? Your film will come on a DVD-R disc in a plastic DVD sleeve with no artwork. The title of the film will be written on the sleeve for your convenience.

Region 2 - PAL

Note: This DVD does not contain any menus.

This film is now in the public domain.



    Charles Laughton as Henry VIII

    Merle Oberon as Anne Boleyn

    Wendy Barrie as Jane Seymour

    Elsa Lanchester as Anne of Cleves

    Binnie Barnes as Catherine Howard

    Robert Donat as Thomas Culpeper

    Franklin Dyall as Thomas Cromwell

    Miles Mander as Wriothesley

    Laurence Hanray as Archbishop Thomas Cranmer

    William Austin as the Duke of Cleves

    John Loder as Thomas Peynell

    Everley Gregg as Catherine Parr

    Lady Tree as the King's Nurse

    John Turnbull as Hans Holbein

    Frederick Culley as Duke of Norfolk

    William Heughan as Kingston

    Judy Kelly as Lady Rochford

    Hay Petrie as the King's Barber

    Wally Patch as Butcher

    Arthur Howard as Kitchen Helper

    Annie Esmond as the Cook's Wife

    Claude Allister as Cornell

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