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->''I am the Prince of Wales, and thinke not ''Percy,
->''To share with me in glory any more:''
->''Two Starres keepe not their motion in one Sphere,''
->''Nor can one England brooke a double reigne,''
->''Of ''Harry Percy'', and the Prince of Wales.''

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->''I ->''"I am the Prince of Wales, and thinke not ''Percy,
->''To
''Percy'',\\
To
share with me in glory any more:''
->''Two
more:\\
Two
Starres keepe not their motion in one Sphere,''
->''Nor
Sphere,\\
Nor
can one England brooke a double reigne,''
->''Of
reigne,\\
Of
''Harry Percy'', and the Prince of Wales.''
"''


''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'' are a duology of history plays by Creator/WilliamShakespeare, describing the transformation of Prince Hal (the future HenryV) from a mischievous scoundrel to a [[SeriousBusiness Serious King]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Who Is Serious.]] His transformation is catalyzed by a series of rebellions: Hal's father, the titular Henry IV, usurped the English throne from Theatre/RichardII, and a number of his nobles--including Harry "Hotspur" Percy, set up as a {{Foil}} to Hal--find it politically convenient to be unhappy about this.

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''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'' are a duology of history plays by Creator/WilliamShakespeare, describing the transformation of Prince Hal (the future HenryV) Theatre/HenryV) from a mischievous scoundrel to a [[SeriousBusiness Serious King]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Who Is Serious.]] His transformation is catalyzed by a series of rebellions: Hal's father, the titular Henry IV, usurped the English throne from Theatre/RichardII, and a number of his nobles--including Harry "Hotspur" Percy, set up as a {{Foil}} to Hal--find it politically convenient to be unhappy about this.


* ''Film/ChimesAtMidnight'', an OrsonWelles movie

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* ''Film/ChimesAtMidnight'', an OrsonWelles Creator/OrsonWelles movie


* ''Falstaff'', a Verdi opera

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* ''Falstaff'', a Verdi operaopera (based on Falstaff-centric spinoff ''The Merry Wives of Windsor''.)


[[AC:See '''''HenryIVPart1''''' and '''''HenryIVPart2''''' for summaries and example lists of the plays.]]

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[[AC:See '''''HenryIVPart1''''' '''''Theatre/HenryIVPart1''''' and '''''HenryIVPart2''''' '''''Theatre/HenryIVPart2''''' for summaries and example lists of the plays.]]


* ''My Own Private Idaho,'' a modern-language adaptation, with rentboys

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* ''My Own Private Idaho,'' ''Film/MyOwnPrivateIdaho,'' a modern-language adaptation, with rentboys


* ''Chimes at Midnight'', an OrsonWelles movie

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* ''Chimes at Midnight'', ''Film/ChimesAtMidnight'', an OrsonWelles movie


* The BBC series ''The Hollow Crown'' adapts both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.

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* The BBC series ''The Hollow Crown'' ''Series/TheHollowCrown'' adapts both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.


[[AC:See '''''[[HenryIVPart1 Henry IV, Part 1]]''''' and '''''[[HenryIVPart2 Henry IV, Part 2]]''''' for summaries and example lists of the plays.]]

''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'' are a duology of history plays by WilliamShakespeare, describing the transformation of Prince Hal (the future HenryV) from a mischievous scoundrel to a [[SeriousBusiness Serious King]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Who Is Serious.]] His transformation is catalyzed by a series of rebellions: Hal's father, the titular Henry IV, usurped the English throne from Theatre/RichardII, and a number of his nobles--including Harry "Hotspur" Percy, set up as a {{Foil}} to Hal--find it politically convenient to be unhappy about this.

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[[AC:See '''''[[HenryIVPart1 Henry IV, Part 1]]''''' '''''HenryIVPart1''''' and '''''[[HenryIVPart2 Henry IV, Part 2]]''''' '''''HenryIVPart2''''' for summaries and example lists of the plays.]]

''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'' are a duology of history plays by WilliamShakespeare, Creator/WilliamShakespeare, describing the transformation of Prince Hal (the future HenryV) from a mischievous scoundrel to a [[SeriousBusiness Serious King]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Who Is Serious.]] His transformation is catalyzed by a series of rebellions: Hal's father, the titular Henry IV, usurped the English throne from Theatre/RichardII, and a number of his nobles--including Harry "Hotspur" Percy, set up as a {{Foil}} to Hal--find it politically convenient to be unhappy about this.



* The BBC series ''The Hollow Crown'' adapts both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.

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* The BBC series ''The Hollow Crown'' adapts both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.


* BBC's upcoming ''Hollow Crown'' series will include both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.

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* BBC's upcoming ''Hollow The BBC series ''The Hollow Crown'' series will include adapts both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.

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* BBC's upcoming ''Hollow Crown'' series will include both parts, as well as ''Richard II'' and ''Henry V''.


''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'' are a duology of history plays by WilliamShakespeare, describing the transformation of Prince Hal (the future HenryV) from a mischievous scoundrel to a [[SeriousBusiness Serious King]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Who Is Serious.]] His transformation is catalyzed by a series of rebellions: Hal's father, the titular Henry IV, usurped the English throne from RichardII, and a number of his nobles--including Harry "Hotspur" Percy, set up as a {{Foil}} to Hal--find it politically convenient to be unhappy about this.

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''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'' are a duology of history plays by WilliamShakespeare, describing the transformation of Prince Hal (the future HenryV) from a mischievous scoundrel to a [[SeriousBusiness Serious King]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Who Is Serious.]] His transformation is catalyzed by a series of rebellions: Hal's father, the titular Henry IV, usurped the English throne from RichardII, Theatre/RichardII, and a number of his nobles--including Harry "Hotspur" Percy, set up as a {{Foil}} to Hal--find it politically convenient to be unhappy about this.

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