King Henry VIII is aging rapidly. The arrogant Earl of Surrey, not known for his sense of judgment, loses 600 men in an unprovoked battle in France, endangering Henry’s successes in Boulogne. Surrey’s rank is withdrawn and the King refuses to see him. Surrey’s wild antics and attitude have won him no friends at court and he is arrested on charges of treason.
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