Shakespeare in Love (1998): the Queen's Speech

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The clip the queen's speech from Shakespeare in Love (1998) with Simon Callow, Judi Dench

God save the queen!
I arrest you in the name of Queen Elizabeth!
Arrest who, Mr. Tilney?
Admiral's Men, the Chamberlain's Men...
and every one of you ne'er-do-wells that stand in contempt...
of the authority vested in me by Her Majesty!
Contempt? You closed the Rose. I have not opened it.
That woman is a woman!
A woman? You mean that goat?
I'll see you all in Clink, in the name of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth!
Mr. Tilney!
Have a care with my name. You will wear it out.
The queen of England does not attend...
exhibitions of public lewdness.
So something is out of joint.
Come here, Master Kent. Let me look at you.
Yes, the illusion is remarkable.
And your error, Mr. Tilney, is easily forgiven.
But I know something of a woman in a man's profession.
Yes, by God, I do know about that.
That is enough from you, Master Kent.
If only Lord Wessex were here.
He is, ma'am.
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