Shakespeare in Love (1998): Marlo's Death

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The clip Marlo's death from Shakespeare in Love (1998) with Tom Wilkinson A famous victory! Kegs and legs ...
The clip Marlo's death from Shakespeare in Love (1998) with Tom Wilkinson A famous victory! Kegs and legs open, and on the house! Oh, what happy hour. This is a tavern! It is also a tavern. I remember you. The poet! Yes, William the Conqueror. One at a time. One at a time. Oh, he's a pretty one. Tell me your story while I tickle your fancy. It's a house of ill repute. It is, Thomas, but of good reputation. Come. There's no harm in a drink. You are welcome to my best house. Here's to the Admiral's Men. The Admiral's Men! The Admiral's Men! The Admiral's Men! Well, I- I quite liked it. Master Kent, you have not yet dipped your wick. My "wick"? Mr. Fennyman, because you love the theater, you must have a part in my play. I am writing an apothecary, a small but vital role. My heavens. I thank you. What's the play about, then? Well, there's this nurse- Silence, silence, silence! Master Shakespeare... has asked me to play the part of the apothecary. The apothecary?
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