• R, 2 hr. 4 min.
  • Drama
  • Directed By:    Shekhar Kapur
  • In Theaters:    Nov 6, 1998 Wide
  • On DVD:    May 25, 1999
  • Gramercy

Elizabeth Quotes

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  • Mary of Guise:
    Go back to England, and take this to your Queen. Hm?
    Mary of Guise:
    [in French, to herself] English blood on French colors. [turns to her officer]
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Sir Francis Walsingham:
    Madam, if I may. A prince should never flinch from being blamed for acts of ruthlessness which are necessary for safe guarding the state and their own person. You must take these things so much to heart that you do not fear to strike. Even the very nearest that you have if they be implicated.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    She has such power over men's hearts. They died for her.
    Sir Francis Walsingham:
    They have found nothing to replace her.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    She has such power over men's hearts. They died for her.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    He shall be kept alive to always remind me of how close I came to danger.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    Observe, Lord Burghley, I am married... to England.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    may be a woman, Sir William, but if I choose I have the heart of a man! I am my father's daughter, and I am not afraid of anything.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    This is the Lord's doing. And it is marvelous in our eyes.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    Aye, but marry who, Your Grace? Would you give me some suggestion? For some say France and others Spain, and some cannot abide foreigners at all. So I am not sure how best to please you unless I married one of each.
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    I have rid England of her enemies. What do I do now? Am I to be made of stone? Must I be touched by nothing?
    ‐ Submitted by Hussein A (2 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    I am my father's daughter, and I am not afraid of anything.
    ‐ Submitted by Kaknika L (3 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    Your policies would make England nothing but part of France or Spain.
    ‐ Submitted by Ravi P (3 years ago)

  • Elizabeth I:
    I don't like wars. They have uncertain outcomes.
    ‐ Submitted by Ravi P (3 years ago)