History YMMV / HenryIV

22nd May '15 3:52:02 AM Sagetsu
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* OutOfFocus - Close to being a NonIndicativeTitle, the two plays bearing the name of UsefulNotes/HenryTheFourth aren't exactly focused on him but his son, the future Henry V.
31st Oct '14 6:56:17 AM GothicProphet
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** Of course, if you ''don't'' ignore the soliloquy Hal gives, then he's easily the best chessmaster in Shakespeare.

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** Of course, if you ''don't'' ignore the soliloquy Hal gives, then he's easily the best chessmaster in Shakespeare.Shakespeare.
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28th Mar '13 4:07:05 PM Austin
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** Of course, if you ''don't'' ignore the soliloquy Hal gives, then he's easily the best chessmaster in Shakespeare.
* LargeHam - It's nearly contractually required to play Falstaff this way.

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** Of course, if you ''don't'' ignore the soliloquy Hal gives, then he's easily the best chessmaster in Shakespeare.
* LargeHam - It's nearly contractually required to play Falstaff this way.
Shakespeare.
31st Jan '12 12:16:03 PM LordGro
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* EnsembleDarkhorse - Falstaff. To the point that OrsonWelles made a whole movie about him, and eventually ''Queen Elizabeth herself'' requested a play just about Falstaff -- ''TheMerryWivesOfWindsor.''

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* EnsembleDarkhorse - Falstaff. To the point that OrsonWelles made a whole movie about him, and eventually ''Queen Elizabeth herself'' requested a play just about Falstaff -- ''TheMerryWivesOfWindsor.'' ''Theatre/TheMerryWivesOfWindsor''.
19th Nov '11 11:53:36 PM vifetoile
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation - Is Falstaff some kind of MagnificentBastard who tests Hal, and is eventually outgrown, or just an old fat drunkard who represents the worst excesses of Hal's youth?

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation - Is Falstaff some kind of [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass canny]] MagnificentBastard who [[SecretTestOfCharacter tests Hal, Hal]], and is eventually outgrown, surpassed, or just an old fat drunkard who represents the worst excesses of Hal's youth?youth -- who is eventually outgrown?
25th Jul '11 7:24:17 PM vifetoile
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* AlternateCharacterInterpratation - Is Falstaff some kind of MagnificentBastard who tests Hal, and is eventually outgrown, or just an old fat drunkard who represents the worst excesses of Hal's youth?

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* AlternateCharacterInterpratation AlternateCharacterInterpretation - Is Falstaff some kind of MagnificentBastard who tests Hal, and is eventually outgrown, or just an old fat drunkard who represents the worst excesses of Hal's youth?
25th Jul '11 7:24:05 PM vifetoile
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* EnsembleDarkhorse - Falstaff

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* AlternateCharacterInterpratation - Is Falstaff some kind of MagnificentBastard who tests Hal, and is eventually outgrown, or just an old fat drunkard who represents the worst excesses of Hal's youth?
* EnsembleDarkhorse - FalstaffFalstaff. To the point that OrsonWelles made a whole movie about him, and eventually ''Queen Elizabeth herself'' requested a play just about Falstaff -- ''TheMerryWivesOfWindsor.''
18th Feb '11 8:12:56 AM blackcat
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* EnsembleDarkhorse - Falstaff
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