Film Location: ‘Anne Of The Thousand Days’ (1969)

‘Anne Of The Thousand Days’ (1969)

Penshurst Place in Kent has been used regularly as a film location over the decades, including for 1969s Anne Of The Thousand Days.

Telling the story of Anne Boleyn (Geneviève Bujold) and her relationship with Henry VIII (Richard Burton), aswell as her eventual downfall.

Photo taken June 2015

Both lead actors (Bujold & Burton) can be seen in the gardens of Penshurst Place below;

    

Princess Elizabeth walking through Penshurst Place at the films end;

“Elizabeth shall be a greater Queen than any King of yours. She shall rule a greater England than you could ever have built. My Elizabeth shall be Queen, and my blood will have been well spent.”

All film images courtesy of Universal Pictures.

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About writingsuzanne

History graduate. Freelance writer and reviewer. Passionate about film, theatre and music (film soundtracks!).
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2 Responses to Film Location: ‘Anne Of The Thousand Days’ (1969)

  1. ksbeth says:

    perfect location –

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