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Many arrows come to one mark in 'Agincourt'

By Michael Kenney
Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2009

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There is a breath-arresting moment in Laurence Olivier's wartime film version of Shakespeare's "Henry V" when a swarm of arrows is released from the longbows of the English archers to arc into the advancing French nobility. (Full article: 638 words)

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