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The clip killing of a traitor from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) You eat it... You traitor! Judas! You're Walsingham's pawn! Don't do this! I didn't say anything! You're a Protestant traitor! Don't do it! Don't! Don't! Hold his head! You Judas! You Judas! Stop! You Judas! The traitor's dead. We must act! Why do we not strike? What are we waiting for? You wait for my order. Walsingham knows too much already. One traitor is dead. Who can I trust now?
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The clip walter raleigh brings gifts from the new world from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush Walter Raleigh, Majesty. Your Majesty, this man is a notorious pirate. Spanish gold stolen from Spanish ships, attacked without provocation. Well, sir, what do you want? I have just returned from the New World, Majesty. I have claimed the fertile coast in your name and called it Virginia in honor of our Virgin Queen. Virginia? And when I marry, will you change the name to Conjugia? I ask your gracious permission, Majesty, to return to the New World with your royal warrant to found a colony under the laws and protections of England. He wants money. Who are they? Natives of the Americas, Majesty. Have they no ruler of their own? None to match England's Queen. These gentlemen are welcome. See that they are treated well. I also come bearing gifts for Your Majesty. These gifts, Majesty, are the fruits of piracy, the true property of the realm of Spain. Let's see, shall we? What have you brought me? Patata, Majesty. You eat it. Very nourishing. Tobacco. You breathe its smoke. Very stimulating.
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The clip walter raleigh brings gifts from the new world Part 2 from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with William Houston, Cate Blanchett Gold. Courtesy of a Spanish ship that found itself unable to complete its journey. Forgive me, Majesty. I find the air has become stale. I am sensitive to the smell of open sewers. I cannot accept the fruits of piracy, Mr. Raleigh. Philip of Spain is no friend of England, Majesty. The more gold I take from him, the safer you will be. Well, well. A political pirate. And Your Majesty's most loyal subject. Welcome home, Mr. Raleigh. Lord Howard, the docks. Master Raleigh. You eat it...
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The clip smile lines from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Abbie Cornish More lines on my face. Where do they come from? Smile lines, my lady. Smile lines? When do I ever smile? Now you have smile lines, too. The beauty of Your Majesty is dazzling to my eyes.
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The clip william comes to visit from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Geoffrey Rush There's a visitor waiting, sir. William. Hello, Francis. You've always been a fellow who delighted in surprises. You look well, Francis. Well, you look dreadful. They're not feeding you in Paris. You can't learn the secrets of the universe on an empty stomach. Then she my heart beguiled Mary. William. Supper is ready. William. Have you spoken to the Queen? I speak with the Queen daily. You work too hard. You're a sick man. William, come over here and sit by me. William, if we are not allowed to sin, maybe we could talk theology. You have done enough. No man could do more. I can't leave the court yet, Ursula. She needs me. Never listens to me. Not a thought for his health. So you talk to him, he's your brother. William, what do they say in Paris about the Pope's call for holy war? Many welcome it. Why must we talk about war? Tell us your nice news, William. Are you married yet? Not yet. Mary, would you leave William alone, please? Sweet, sit. Grace? Oh, Lord, provider of all things, we offer Thee our humble thanks. In the name of the Holy Trinity, amen. Amen.
29 Oct 2011
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The clip potential suitors for elizabeth from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Clive Owen, Cate Blanchett Your Majesty. Guards! Take hold of him! A puddle in the way, Majesty. A puddle. Puddle. You'll have to see the Lord Chamberlain, sir. Which one is he? He's over there. You can't come in. So how am I to see him if you won't let me through? You must wait for him to come out. And when will he come out? There's no way of knowing that. I had less trouble than this boarding a Spanish ship. What if enemy ships should sail up the Thames, can the docks be closed? Not closed, Majesty. But the gun positions... Spanish... Ambassador. King Eric of Sweden, Majesty. Not again. Still madly in love with you. Still mad, you mean. Ivan, Tsar of all the Russias. Where's Bess? Known as "Ivan the Terrible," Majesty.
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The clip potential suitors for elizabeth Part 2 from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Abbie Cornish Late. I beg Your Majesty's forgiveness. Given. Once. The Archduke Charles of Austria, Majesty. The puddle man is outside, Majesty. My suitors. Younger brother to Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor. Cousin of Philip of Spain. Wealthy. He's rather handsome. How old is he? Young, I believe, Majesty. An Austrian alliance would keep France quiet. And put Philip on a leash. I've become almost enthusiastic. Send for him. Danke schön. How much longer do you think I can play this game, Francis? Virginity is an asset that holds its value well. Walter Raleigh, Majesty.
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The clip queen elizabeth and walter like each other from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Clive Owen I like your immensities. Your ocean is an image of eternity, I think. Such great spaces make us small. Do we discover the New World, Mr. Raleigh, or does the New World discover us? You speak like a true explorer. I like you, Mr. Raleigh. And I like you. You know, of course, that when I like a man, I reward him. I have heard that. And what have you to say about it? Reward my mission, Majesty, not me. Is the mission not the man? Then you leave me free to like you in return. Go on. I think it must be hard for so great a queen to know the simple pleasure of being liked for herself. Now you grow dull.
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The clip feast from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Christian Brassington, Cate Blanchett I am overwhelmed. I am conquered. I die. Only your love, my stattlich Elizabeth, can restore me into life. Your Highness does me great honor. Oh, Elizabeth. How blessed am I to stand in your fabled presence. Ah, Elizabeth. To speak your name is to hear celestial music. May that sweet sound guide me through my life to come, Elizabeth. I have traveled here to this illustrious court in the hope that our two great nations might be joined in love. He interests me. Talk to him. Him, my lady? Him. I adore the natives you brought. I don't suppose you could get one for me. They're not dangerous, are they? That depends on what you propose to do with them. I'd dress him up in mulberry colored silk, and have him walk behind me, carrying my cloak.
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The clip feast Part 2 from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Clive Owen I have a secret, my dear. I pretend there's a pane of glass, eine Glasscheibe between me and them. They can see me, but they cannot touch me. You should try it. Majesty, I am... It is something, after all, to take a blank on the map and build there a shining city. Which you will no doubt name after yourself. No doubt. May I ask a question in return? Of course. How am I to win the Queen's favor? Why should I tell you that? I've little enough to offer, but whatever I have to give, ask, and it's yours. Say what you mean to say as plainly as possible. All men flatter the Queen in hope of advancement. Pay her the compliment of truth.
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The clip feast Part 3 from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush I don't even know your name. Elizabeth Throckmorton. A second Elizabeth? Everyone calls me Bess. Your most serene Majesty, bright star of our firmament, we present our humble masque of the heavenly spheres. His Highness is tired after his long journey. No man can become tired in the presence of so lovely a queen. His Highness, the Archduke informs me that my charms overwhelm him. He will retire to his private chambers to rest. I don't want him hurt by your schemes. So how should we proceed? Perhaps we should all retire. I suspect him of being a professional charmer.
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The clip romantic walter raleigh from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Abbie Cornish Am I right? He is certainly charming, my lady. Well, there are duller professions. You like him, don't you? He's a man that lives in a world far beyond the court. It's refreshing. Well. We shall let him come again. Blue. Can you imagine what it is to cross an ocean? For weeks, you see nothing but the horizon, perfect and empty. You live in the grip of fear. Fear of storms. Fear of sickness on board. Fear of the immensity. So you must drive that fear down deep into your belly. Study your charts. Watch your compass. Pray for a fair wind. And hope, pure, naked, fragile hope. Majesty, the Archduke and court are waiting. Let them wait. Go on, Mr. Raleigh. You were hoping. At first, it's no more than a haze on the horizon. So you watch. You watch. Then it's a smudge,
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The clip romantic walter raleigh Part 2 from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) a shadow on the far water. For a day. For another day. The stain slowly spreads along the horizon taking form, until on the third day, you let yourself believe. You dare to whisper the word. Land. Land. Life. Resurrection. The true adventure. Coming out of the vast unknown, out of the immensity, into new life. That, Your Majesty, is the New World.
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The clip smoking tobacco from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
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The clip walter and elizabeth bond from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Cate Blanchett, Jordi Mollà Come on! Mine. You have the stronger horse. Yours carries the lighter load. No. The Queen does not give way to others. Whoa! Whoa! Forgive me, Majesty. My horse doesn't seem to know his place yet. Have you ever known your place, Mr. Raleigh? Oh, come on!
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The clip mary queen of scots's prison from Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) with Susan Lynch, Samantha Morton My Queen. Our friends write to give us hope. Soon England's true believers will rise up against the bastard usurper Elizabeth and slit her throat. That's enough! Slit her throat? Please. And when that bastard usurper is dead, my lady will be queen.
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