Jane Seymour (1507/1508 ā 24 October 1537) was the third wife of Henry VIII. She died of post-natal complications following the birth of her only child, Edward VI. She was also King Henry VIII's sixth cousin twice removed.
Jane Seymour was the daughter of Sir John Seymour of Wiltshire and Margaret Wentworth. Her exact birth date is debated; it is usually given as 1509, However, in The Six Wives of Henry VIII, Alison Weir noted that at her funeral 29 women walked in succession. Since it was customary for the attendant company to mark every year of the deceased's life in numbers, Weir moved Jane's birth back by about eighteen months.
After serving as a lady-in-waiting to both Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn, Henry's first two queens, Jane caught the king's eye. His desire to marry her may have motivated him to believe (or pretend to believe) the false accusations of adultery and witchcraft against Anne. Henry became betrothed to Jane on 20 May, 1536, the day after Anne was beheaded...
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Quest for Camelot is an animated feature from Warner Bros. Animation, released in 1998. It was retitled The Magic Sword in Asia and The Magic Sword: Quest for Camelot in the UK. In France, the movie was titled Excalibur l'Ć©pĆ©e magique what can be translated Excalibur the magic sword. It is based off the novel The King's Damsel by Vera Chapman. It won the 1999 Golden Globe for Best Original Song - Motion Picture and was nominated for 5 other awards, despite not being considered a commercial and/or critical success.
The movie is about a young girl named Kayley who wants to be a knight of the Round Table in Camelot like her father, Sir Lionel, a blind man named Garrett who wishes only to be left alone, and their quest to find Excalibur.
Kayley's father, Sir Lionel, is one of the knights of the Round Table. Kayley wants to be a knight like her father and save Camelot. Tragically, Lionel is killed by the evil Baron Ruber, who wants to become king of Camelot instead of King Arthur, and...,
Oh Heavenly Dog is a 1980 comedy film, written by Rod Browning. The film stars the dog Benji, Chevy Chase, Jane Seymour, and Omar Sharif. The film was directed by Joe Camp, and released by 20th Century Fox.
Chevy Chase plays a private investigator who is called to a job and is killed upon finding a dead woman. The afterlife has not decided if he is destined for Heaven or Hell, so he is given the chance to return to Earth as a dog, in order to solve the case and earn his way to Heaven.
Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger is a 1977 fantasy film, the final installment of Ray Harryhausen's Sinbad Trilogy and the penultimate movie in which Harryhausen would use the stop-motion technique which he had pioneered since the late 1940s. The movie was directed by Sam Wanamaker and cost 7 million dollars to make, being the most costly of the Sinbad series. The live action was filmed in Spain, Malta, and Jordan (at the tombs of ancient Petra) between June-October of 1975, with Harryhausen's stop-motion animation work lasting from October, 1975 up to March, 1977.Starring Patrick Wayne in the title role of Sinbad, sailor and Prince of Baghdad who is seeking permission from Prince Kassim to marry his sister Princess Farah (Jane Seymour). A spell is placed on Kassim by their evil stepmother Zenobia (Margaret Whiting) turning him into a baboon (one of Harryhausen's stop-motion creations in the movie) just when he was going to be crowned caliph. Sinbad sets off with Princess Farah to find...,
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