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Mary Queen of Scots (2018) Poster

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John Knox: We have a scourge upon our land. Tis a woman with a crown.

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Queen Elizabeth I: Your beauty, your bravery, now I see there's no cause for envy. Your gifts will be your downfall!

Mary Stuart: Should you murder me, remember you murder your sister... and you murder your queen!

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Mary Stuart: Do not play into their hands. Our hatred is precisely what they hope for. I know your heart has more within it than the men who counsel you.

Queen Elizabeth I: You would do well to watch your words!

Mary Stuart: I will not be scolded by my inferior!

Queen Elizabeth I: Your inferior?

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Title Card: Mary Queen of Scots was born a Catholic. As Protestants fight to control Scotland, the infant Mary is sent to Catholic France. At 15, she marries the heir to the French throne.

Title Card: At 18, Mary is widowed and returns home. Scotland is now dominated by Protestants, and governed by her half-brother.

Title Card: Elizabeth is England's Protestant Queen. By birth, Mary has a strong claim to England's throne. Her very existence threatens Elizabeth's power.

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William Cecil: Mary is our foe! We must not bow to her as we bow before you!

Queen Elizabeth I: You have the boldness to doubt my judgement!

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Lord Randolph: I regret that you perceive me as a failure.

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