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Henry (Kenneth Branagh) places the crown on his head, as lords and soldiers kneel around him.
Photo: Joe Cocks Collection © Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
Act 2 Scene 4
The French discuss the approach of Henry and the English army.
Henry (Kenneth Branagh)
Act 4 Scene 8
Henry V Was ever known so great and little loss on one part and on the other? Take it, God, for it is none but thine!Duke of Exeter 'Tis wonderful! Henry V Come, go we in procession to the village...
Henry receives news of the numbers of men killed in battle and praises God that the English losses were so few compared to the French.
Left to right:Duke of Exeter - Brian BlessedHenry - Kenneth Branagh
Henry (Kenneth Branagh, centre) rallies his troops for battle.
Act 3 Scene 1
King Henry Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more...Now set the teeth and stretch he nostril wideHold hard the breath, and bend up every spiritTo his full height!
Henry (Kenneth Branagh) delivers his powerful rousing speech during the siege of Harfluer.
The English soldiers prepare tp go into battle with the French.
Act 5 Scene 1
Fluellen I say, I will make him eat some part of my leek, or I will peat his pate four days. Bite, I pray you; it is good for your green wound and your ploody coxcomb.
Fluellen (Sion Probert) makes Pistol (Bernard Horsfall) eat a leek as punishment for mocking him for wearing a leek in his hat to mark St David's Day.
Act 4 Scene 1
Henry V O God of battles! steel my soldiers' hearts; Possess them not with fear; take from them nowThe sense of reckoning, if the opposed numbers Pluck their hearts from them.
Alone in the English camp before battle, Henry (Kenneth Branagh) prays, asking God to strengthen his soldiers.
Act 5 Scene 2
King Henry And therefore tell me, most fair Katharine, will you have me?Put off your maiden blushes; avouch the thoughts of your heart with the looks of an empress;take me by the hand, and say 'Harry of England', I am thine'King Henry (Kenneth Branagh) claims Princess Katherine of France (Cecile Paoli) for his wife after winning the battle of Agincourt. Their union will ensure that Henry and his heirs will inherit France as well as England.
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