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* NotSoDifferent: King Francis is enemies with Henry VIII (even though the hatred is one-sided on Henry's part) but it seems that they treat the wives the same way.
-->'''Francis I''': I understand your pain, Henry. Last week, I lost my beloved.
-->'''Henry VIII''': Really? I'm sorry — I didn't know. ...How did it happen?
-->'''Francis I''': It was quite quick, actually. She caught her neck in the guillotine.

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* TheCharmer: Henry charms himself into a farmer's daughter's pants after paying her for sex.


** Henry himself.

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** Henry himself.has his fourth wife executed for not having as much sex with him as he wants, then he pawns after other women when his new wife becomes undesirable for him.


* FreudianExcuse: Henry having his fourth wife executed because she wasn't in the mood for sex. Then to annul the marriage with Queen Marie because she likes to eat garlic.


* AssShove: Cardinal Wolsey smuggles things from the prisoners to other people by this. When Queen Marie hands him [[LongList a thick scroll]] tied together with thread, he politely declines.

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* AssShove: The Queen has been thrown into the Tower of London and asks Cardinal Wolsey smuggles things from Wolsley to smuggle a letter out. He says he is searched thoroughly by the prisoners to other people by this. When guards, but there is ''one'' place they don't look—he has second thoughts when the Queen Marie hands him [[LongList a thick scroll]] tied together with thread, he politely declines.produces an enormous scroll.



* EuropeansAreKinky: The main reason that Henry marries the French king's cousin Marie. When she eats her garlic, however, he doesn't go near her.

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* EuropeansAreKinky: The main reason that Henry marries Marie for this reason. He is absolutely delighted all the French king's cousin Marie. When she eats her garlic, however, he doesn't go near her.way to the bedroom to consumate their marriage, until the new Queen ate garlic before sex.


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* MistakenForProstitute: Henry picks up a farmer's daughter, who demands to be paid for sex. She is obviously not a prostitute, but she probably wants him to leave her alone.


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* UnwantedSpouse: Henry VIII has a garlic loving wife he alternately wants and unwants as the political climate changes around him.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Sir Roger de Lodgerley is tortured several times after his adulterous adventures with Queen Marie, which led to her pregnancy out of wedlock. After spending a month in an iron maiden, he gives in to signing Cromwell's contract, but not before having a drink of water first, which exposes a lot of InvisibleHoles in his body. He isn't seen in the movie after that, probably implying that he eventually died. [[SkewedPriorities If that's the case, at least Cromwell managed to get the contract signed by him before he officially kicked the bucket.]]


-->'''Queen Marie''': It is set to greatly increase one's sexual appetite.\\

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-->'''Queen Marie''': It is set said to greatly increase one's sexual appetite.\\

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* IronMaiden: Sir Roger is tortured in an iron maiden to force him to make a false confession. After he's let out, he seems unharmed but when he asks for a glass of water the water sprays out of the InvisibleHoles in his torso.


* {{Asexuality}}: The former queen could've been this, seeming how she was "happily married" and wasn't interested in sex. Henry was just ignorant.



'''Cardinal Wolsey:''' ''[uncertainly]'' A '''fellow''' with two beauties, M'Lord?
** The implication that Cardinal Wolsey's dictionary confuses the word "annul" for the word "anal", even though he never confuses these two words exactly (okay -- he confuses it with "an old", [[TakeOurWordForIt but the implication is still there]]).

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'''Cardinal Wolsey:''' ''[uncertainly]'' A '''fellow''' with two beauties, M'Lord?
** The implication that Cardinal Wolsey's dictionary confuses the word "annul" for the word "anal", even though he never confuses these two words exactly (okay -- he confuses it with "an old", [[TakeOurWordForIt but the implication is still there]]).
M'Lord?.

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* SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny: Wolsey, being the cardinal/man of the Church.


-->'''Lady-in-waiting:''' This great honor. He has made me... ''(forgets again)''

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-->'''Lady-in-waiting:''' This great honor. He has [[UnusualEuphemism made me...me]]... ''(forgets again)''

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* TakeThat: Towards The Labour Party:
-->'''Lord Hampton of Wick''': Your Majesty! The Queen is in labour!
-->'''Henry VIII''': [scoffs] Don't you worry. They'll never get in again.


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* DelegationRelayDelegationRelay: An envoy from the Vatican says that while the Pope is shocked at the idea, a royal divorce can be arranged...for a price. The papal envoy is asked how much of this money is being skimmed off for his own benefit, which he indignantly denies. As the DelegationRelay brings this message to King Henry the Eighth, each person doubles the price so he can skim half the bribe for himself.

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* DelegationRelay


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* WeAreNotGoingThroughThatAgain: [[spoiler:Wolsey and Cromwell call for the executioner to go ahead and chop their heads off rather than help King Henry arrange yet another royal divorce.]]


'''''Carry On Henry''''' is another ''Film/CarryOn'' that is an AffectionateParody of a movie/theater piece that itself is based on historical events, much like ''Film/CarryOnCleo''. It stars regulars Creator/SidneyJames, Creator/JoanSims, Creator/KennethWilliams, Creator/CharlesHawtrey, Creator/KennethConnor, Creator/BarbaraWindsor and Creator/TerryScott who each take on historical icons in the time of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor the Tudor period]] in ''Carry On's'' parody of ''Theatre/AnneOfTheThousandDays''.

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'''''Carry ''Carry On Henry''''' Henry'' is another ''Film/CarryOn'' that is an AffectionateParody of a movie/theater piece that itself is based on historical events, much like ''Film/CarryOnCleo''. It stars regulars Creator/SidneyJames, Creator/JoanSims, Creator/KennethWilliams, Creator/CharlesHawtrey, Creator/KennethConnor, Creator/BarbaraWindsor and Creator/TerryScott who each take on historical icons in the time of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor the Tudor period]] in ''Carry On's'' parody of ''Theatre/AnneOfTheThousandDays''.

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