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Fun facts about the Oscar nominations

If Colin Firth wins for lead actor for his role as King George VI in "The King's Speech," he will be the first actor to win playing a king of England since Charles Laughton in 1932-33's "The Private Life of Henry VIII." — Before "Black Swan," only two ... Source: Los Angeles Times

The One Thing You Won't See on TV at the State of the Union

Tuesday, when you see President Obama give his State of the Union address, you will see four things: the president entering the hall, the president ascending the rostrum to be greeted by the vice president and the speaker of the House, the president giving ... Source: Town Hall

A Celebration of the Song Recital, and of the Potential of 4 Young Voices

In 2000 her foundation commissioned Libby Larsen’s elegant song cycle “Try Me, Good King,” set to the final letters and gallows speeches of Henry VIII’s doomed wives and incorporating quotations and transmutations of 16th-century lute music. Source: New York Times

Thoughts on The King's Speech , and Other Royal Entries

Here is just a sampling of my favorite titles which concern the venerable throne of England, past and present. The Private Life Of Henry VIII (1933) -- In this cheeky look at the controversial life and loves of King Henry VIII, Charles Laughton portrays ... Source: Huffingtonpost.com

Yes, the Knee Hurts. So Does the Advice

Something about gout conjures up images of Henry VIII carousing, or Mad Anthony Wayne groaning through his victory at the Battle of Fallen Timbers, or dissolute slobs in Hogarth paintings slouched in wing chairs downing vast tankards of mead. Gout, like ... Source: Wall Street Journal

The 10 best historical fiction novels of 2010

Audiences adored Katherine because of her wit, charm, and zest for life.  Scott once again tells a brilliant ... bit a stale with their constant focus on the six wives of King Henry VIII, but author D.L. Bogdan took a unique approach to the Tudor period ... Source: Examiner

United Kingdom: Public Bodies (Reform) Blog 21: Who Cares About Taking An Axe To The Forestry Commission?

If it were just a question of people being committed to the principle of government ownership, one might also wonder why they are not also having a go at the National Trust and the RSPB (reported by Country Life last ... of "Henry VIII" style order-making ... Source: Mondaq

Masterpiece, Icon of PBS, Turns 40

Jace Lacob is The Daily Beast's TV Columnist. As a freelance writer, he has written for the Los Angeles Times, TV Week, and others. Jace is the founder of television criticism and analysis website Televisionary and can be found on Twitter . He is a member ... Source: Daily Beast

What a difference three years makes: At last, a stable life for brave cruelty victim Disney the horse

For Disney, however, a brave new world beckons. Although he had never been ridden before, the blue and white roan is now stabled at Hampton Court, where Henry VIII once rode, and will teach youngsters about horsemanship with the Horse Rangers Association. Source: Daily Mail

The invisble man of music: conductor Muir Mathieson

His first work was as an uncredited Musical Assistant on the 1933 film, "The Private Life of Henry the VIII". Minor work in subsequent films brought his name to the attention of legendary Hungarian-born film producer Alexander Korda who gave him his big ... Source: Deutsche Welle

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