A Man for All Seasons - 1966
Movie: A Man for All Seasons - 1966
Director: Fred Zinnemann
Synopsis: In 16th Century England King Henry VIII (Robert Shaw) is determined to break with Rome and the Catholic Church so he can divorce his current wife and wed again. Sir Thomas More (Paul Scofield), his Chancellor, opposes this heretical plan. He is beloved by the common people and by his family, and envied by other powerful people for his principles. He resigns his position, but Henry is determined to punish him.
Scene: Early in the film, More is summoned by messenger to a meeting with Cardinal Wolsey (Orson Welles).
Monogram: King Henry's messenger - large initial H on either side of his vest - gives Wolsey's message to Sir Thomas More's servant - wearing a tunic displaying the initial M inside a crest.
Contributed by: Jenni Smith