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HENRY THE ACHE

King Henry the Eighth's (Bert Lahr) wives come and go. Queen Annie has been beheaded, and new wife Queen Kitty discovers that Henry doesn't have a clue about the birds and the bees. So like the wives before her, she turns to the King's trusted adviser, Sir Thomas Culpeper (Monte Collins).



Produced by Van Beuren Pictures. Released by RKO Radio Pictures.

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
January 26, 1934
Studio
Van Beuren / RKO
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
17.1 min.
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Working Title(s):   HENRY THE APE
Shooting Days:   5 days   From: 1933-11-27   To: 1933-12-01

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