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The wives of Henry VIII were the six queens consort wedded to Henry VIII of England between 1509 and 1547.
The six women to hold the title "queen consort" of King Henry VIII were, in chronological order:
Catherine of Aragon (divorced, died while detained under guard at Kimbolton Castle, mother of Mary I)
Anne Boleyn (divorced and later executed, mother of Elizabeth I)
Jane Seymour (died days after giving birth to Edward VI, believed to be caused by birth complications)
Anne of Cleves (divorced, outlived the rest of the wives)
Catherine Howard (divorced and later executed)
Catherine Parr (widowed)
Henry's first marriage lasted nearly 24 years, while the remaining five totaled less than 10 years combined.
mj was first, and correct, with:
Lucky number 4
Anne of Cleves outlasted them all. Interestingly, as both claimed the
marriage was never consummated, he didn't have to divorce her. The
marriage was annulled. She was portrayed wonderfully by Elsa Lanchester
opposite Charles Laughton's Henry VIII in the 30s era biopic. It was
said that that couple's marriage was sort of convenient arrangement in
part to disguise his homosexuality.
Alan J said:
Anne of Cleves.
Catherine Parr outlived the old coot. He was a crazy king, having put to death over 300 people, including two of his Queens (Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard), divorced two other Queens (Catherine of Aragon and Ann of Cleves), and essentially invented the Church of England. He had help - Thomas Cromwell, a brilliant man who faithfully served the king, and ultimately was beheaded when Henry decided that Cromwell was a treasonous bastard.
And we think we live in strange times.
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Jim from CA, retired to ID, responded:
Anne of Cleves though Catherine Paar survived him as well.
Aaargh! Hep, Hex ... I'm going to have to stop drinking the cheap
shaving lotion and go back to Brylcreem.
Yeah, you think I'm going for NUMBER SIX now, don't you? Ah huh,
descending order and all that ... oh, but you are so clever ~
Anyway, now we have to use numerology. The first one was 8, and the
next was one number away at 7. So now? Well, we will skip the next
two number in honor of 8 and 7, to come up with 6. But since Henry
had only six wives and not eight, we must adjust for that factor by
choosing number four.
Yes, that should be it, the overall survivor was wife number 4.
'E's En-er-ee the eighth he was ...
Anne of Cleaves
DJ Useo replied:
I canna remember for the life of me. Of course, I'll remember after. Sigh.
Anne of Cleves 1515 - 1557
Joe S answered:
First let me state, I'm a history major so just assume I'm right. Actually nothing disinterests me more than English royalty, historical or contemporary. I just don't care. That being said the answer is Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII. As if anyone cares. I don't.
I could be wrong, but I don't think so.
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Hot and humid, some rain, hot and humid, more rain. Still hot. Still humid.
First time a Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim California Angels had a game rained out in July.
CBS opens the night with a RERUN'2 Broke Girls', followed by a RERUN'Mike & Molly', then a RERUN'Scorpion', followed by a RERUN'NCIS: The Expendable One'.
The programming geniuses at CBS are filling Dave's hour with reruns of 'NCIS: The Third One'.
Scheduled on a FRESHJames Corden, OBE, are Christina Hendricks, Laverne Cox, and Cody Simpson.
NBC begins the night with a FRESH'American Ninja Warrior', followed by a FRESH'Running Wild With Bear Grylls'.
Scheduled on a FRESHJimmy Fallon are Adam Sandler, Judd Apatow, and Giorgio Moroder.
Scheduled on a FRESHSeth Meyers are Ryan Seacrest, Chris Gethard, and David Lovering.
On a RERUNCarson 'The Scab' Daly (from 2/16/15) are Chris Hayes, Holy Wave, and Helen Hong.
ABC starts the night with a FRESH'The Bachelorette', followed by a FRESH'The Whispers'.
Scheduled on a FRESHJimmy Kimmel are Charlize Theron, Nat Wolff, and Tori Kelly.
The CW offers a FRESH'Penn & Teller: Fool Us', followed by a FRESH'Whose Line Is It Anyway?', then a FRESH'Cedric's Barber Battle'.
Faux fills the night with a FRESH'So You Think You Can Dance'.
MY recycles an old 'L&O: SVU', followed by another old 'L&O: SVU'.
AMC offers the movie 'American Gangster', followed by a FRESH'The Making Of The Mob: New York'.
[6:00AM] Cash in the Attic - Season 18 - Ep 27 - Hawes
[7:00AM] Cash in the Attic - Season 18 - Ep 28 - Cripps
[8:00AM] Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares UK - Season 2 - Ep 3 - Momma Cherri's
[9:00AM] Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares US - Season 4 - Ep 6 - Cafe Tavolini
[10:00AM] Doctor Who - Season 5 - Ep 12 - The Pandorica Opens
[11:00AM] Doctor Who - Season 5 - Ep 13 - The Big Bang
[12:00PM] Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 3 - Ep 11 - The Hunted
[1:00PM] Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 3 - Ep 12 - The High Ground
[2:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 1
[3:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 2
[4:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 3
[5:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 4
[6:00PM] Top Gear: At the Movies
[7:30PM] Top Gear - Season 22 - Episode 8
[9:00PM] Top Gear: Best Of 14-15-Episode 1
[10:00PM] Top Gear - Season 20 - Episode 6
[11:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 1
[12:00AM] Top Gear: Best Of 14-15 - Episode 1
[1:00AM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 3
[2:00AM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 4
[3:00AM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 5
[4:00AM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 6
[5:00AM] Top Gear - Season 20 - Episode 6 (ALL TIMES EST)
Bravo has 'Real Housewives Of OC', followed by a FRESH'OC Social', then a FRESH'Real Housewives Of OC', followed by a FRESH'Odd Mom Out', and another 'Odd Mom Out'.
Comedy Central has 3 hours of old 'South Park', 'Archer', and another 'Archer'.
Scheduled on a FRESHJon Stewart is Paul Rudd.
Scheduled on a FRESH@Midnight are Riki Lindhome, Jason Ritter, and Michael Ian Black.
FX has the movie 'Marvel's The Avengers', followed by the movie 'The Amazing Spider-Man'.
History has 2½ hours of old 'Pawn Stars', followed by a FRESH'Pawn Stars', then a FRESH'Forged In Fire'.
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[5:30PM] GREEN ZONE
[8:00PM] AMERICAN HISTORY X
[10:45PM] GREEN ZONE
[1:15AM] AMERICAN HISTORY X
[4:00AM] STIR OF ECHOES: THE HOMECOMING (ALL TIMES EST)
[6:00AM] Love Lust-Love Lust & Make-up
[6:15AM] Damsels in Distress
[8:30AM] Little Shop of Horrors
[10:30AM] Peggy Sue Got Married
[12:45PM] Kramer vs. Kramer
[3:00PM] Law & Order-Scoundrels
[4:00PM] Law & Order-House Counsel
[5:00PM] Law & Order-Guardian
[6:00PM] Law & Order-Expert
[7:00PM] Law & Order-Castoff
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[11:00PM] Law & Order-Carrier
[12:00AM] Rectify-Episode 2
[1:00AM] Deutschland 83-Cold Fire
[2:00AM] Law & Order-Stalker
[3:00AM] The Name of the Rose
[5:45AM] Love Lust-Love Lust & Street Eats (ALL TIMES EST)
SyFy has the movie '3-Headed Shark Attack', followed by the movie 'Zombie Shark'.
On a RERUNConan (from 3/5/15) are Adam Sandler, Jonathan Banks, and Broods.
Italian composer Ennio Morricone, left, and U.S. director Quentin Tarantino, 2nd right, listen during the Hollywood Night, the last concert of Prague Proms music festival in Prague, Czech Republic, Sunday, July 19, 2015. The artists met together in Prague to work on music for the latest Tarantino movie "The Hateful Eight".
Photo by Michal Kamaryt
Economic instability or ISIS? Cyber attacks or climate change? Tensions in Russia, territorial disputes between China and its neighbors, or nuclear warheads in Iran?
World leaders face plenty of tough challenges, but according to the results of a new Pew Research Center survey of more than 45,000 people in 40 countries, there's one issue that folks are more concerned about than any other: climate change.
Indeed, according to the survey results, people in 19 of the 40 countries told researchers they are "very concerned" about climate change, and they are more likely to be worried about the issue if they live in Asia, South America, or Africa.
Fears about ISIS came in second, with people in 14 out of 40 countries saying they're "very concerned" about the extremist group. Residents of North America, Europe, and Australia tended to rank ISIS as their biggest worry.
Global economic instability came in third, with five out of 40 countries putting that issue first.
U.S. actor and director Edward James Olmos poses during a photocall after his arrival at the second Premios Platino Ibero-American Film Awards in Marbella, southern Spain, July 18, 2015.
Photo by Jon Nazca
Patrons of a Jersey shore bar had a night to remember when Bruce Springsteen gave a surprise show that lasted for nearly two hours.
The Boss performed 15 songs Saturday night at the Wonder Bar in Asbury Park, mixing in favorites that spanned his career. He concluded the show with "Light of Day," which he dedicated to the huge crowd of people watching from the sidewalk outside the venue because they couldn't get in to the packed bar.
Springsteen's appearance came during a show by Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers, a band he has appeared with on numerous times over the years.
Springsteen has long been known for his "drop in" performances at various establishments in Asbury Park and other Jersey shore hotspots. But the 65-year-old rocker hasn't done as many surprise appearances in recent years, making the events more special for fans.
On the night of July 25, 1965, Bob Dylan strode onto a stage at the Newport Folk Festival, plugged in an electric guitar and gave the music world a shock.
Wearing a black leather jacket, the darling of the folk movement and singer of protest songs launched into a searing, distortion-filled, three-song electric set that brought boos from folk purists but thrilled others.
Fifty years later, it's considered one of the most important events in rock history, the high-voltage moment when Dylan broke away from folk and helped show fellow musicians the poetic possibilities of rock.
The Fender Stratocaster that Dylan played that night sold for nearly $1 million, the highest price ever paid for a guitar at auction. A new book out this month, "Dylan Goes Electric! Newport, Seeger, Dylan, and the Night that Split the Sixties," by Elijah Wald, takes a deep look at the event. And the three-day festival, which starts Friday, is marking the anniversary with a closing-night tribute to be performed by a still-secret lineup of artists.
The chemical know-how and machines that spooled out countless miles of film are being eyed for medical marijuana and solar cells, while the private rail line now carries tomatoes alongside coal as photography pioneer Kodak, its bankruptcy behind it, embraces a new role: startup landlord.
The 127-year-old company had buildings and infrastructure to rival a small city when digital photography bumped its familiar yellow boxes from tourists' camera bags and took over much of Hollywood.
But rather than selling off its sprawling, 2-square-mile Kodak Park campus, the company has become landlord to 58 diverse companies - and counting - that have been courted with the promise of plentiful utilities, its own railroad and unique access to Kodak's specialty technical and industrial capabilities.
"There's tremendous value in being able to repurpose the assets that exist here," said Michael Alt, the retiring director of the renamed Eastman Business Park.
For example, tenant Natcore Technology Inc. can tap Kodak's film-coating capability in its development of solar cells, and LiDestri Food & Beverage uses Kodak's short-line railroad, which brings coal to the on-site power plant, to haul the tomatoes it processes into pasta sauces and salsa.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been arrested again in New Zealand and was behind bars on Sunday night, his lawyer said.
Details of the charges were unclear and police refused to confirm the 61-year-old had been arrested, less than two weeks after he was sentenced to home detention after pleading guilty to threatening to kill and drugs charges.
However, his lawyer Craig Tuck told journalists Rudd would be appearing in court on Monday.
"All I can say is he has been arrested and will be appearing on Monday at 10am (Sunday at 2200 GMT) in the Tauranga District Court," Tuck said.
A major Japanese corporation plans to offer a landmark apology Sunday for using U.S. prisoners of war for forced labor during World War II, nearly 70 years after the end of the war.
A senior executive of the Mitsubishi Materials corp. will offer the apology to former POWs - including 94-year-old James Murphy of Santa Maria, California - during a ceremony Sunday at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
Rabbi Abraham Cooper, an associate dean at the center whose primary focus in the past has been Holocaust education, said he believes the move is unprecedented.
"As far as I know, this is a piece of history," Cooper told The Associated Press recently. "It's the first time a major Japanese company has ever made such a gesture. We hope this will spur other companies to join in and do the same."
Five years after the Obama administration promised to move swiftly to permanently plug unused oil and gas wells in the Gulf of Mexico, even more shafts are lingering for longer periods with only temporary sealing, an investigation by The Associated Press shows.
It is not clear how many incompletely sealed wells may have leaked - they generally are not monitored as carefully as active wells - but they contain fewer barriers to pent-up petroleum and rupture more easily. The threat to the environment increases with time.
In July 2010, during the BP oil spill, the AP reported that the Gulf was littered with more than 27,000 unused wells, including 14 percent left with just temporary seals.
The government allows wells to remain temporarily sealed when companies say they intend to reuse them. However, the rules let oil companies dodge either temporary or permanent sealing on active leases simply by filing plans to make use of the well eventually. Such wells are not considered idle. Other wells without any conceivable use must be plugged after five years, but temporary sealing is then acceptable until the lease expires. Some leases have lasted for almost 70 years.
It takes a mere 10 minutes by boat to navigate to New York City's Hart Island, one of the United States' largest paupers' cemetery.
But it took Rosalee Grable more than a year to reach the gravesite where her mother was buried on the uninhabited strip of land off the city's Bronx borough.
Grable, 64, was one of a few dozen mourners who for the first time walked across the barren island on Sunday. The trip marked the end of the long isolation of the site, where about 1 million people are buried.
For years, city rules confined mourners to a small memorial gazebo, furnished with a few benches and tucked away on an island's corner.
But following the settlement of a class-action lawsuit earlier this month, authorities have begun ferrying relatives and their guests, at least once a month, to the island for visits beyond the restricted area.
Marvel's "Ant-Man" punched above its weight at the weekend box office, debuting with an estimated $58 million, while Amy Schumer's "Trainwreck" also opened strongly with $30.2 million.
The result for "Ant-Man" didn't match some of Marvel's better known and brawnier properties. But "Ant-Man" - a relatively inexpensive superhero movie with a $130 million budget - still dominated North American multiplexes, edging out the little yellow guys of Universal's "Minions," which took in $50.2 million in its second week.
The $30.2 million opening for Schumer's big-screen debut, "Trainwreck," which the comedian also wrote, earned an estimated $30.2 million, making the R-rated Universal release one of the biggest comedy successes this summer. It's also the second best opening for Judd Apatow as a director following "Knocked Up."
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Rentrak. Where available, the latest international numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Monday:
1. "Ant-Man," $58 million ($56.4 million international).
2. "Minions," $50.2 million ($66.2 million international).
3. "Trainwreck," $30.2 million.
4. "Inside Out," $11.7 million ($21. 3 million international).
5. "Jurassic World," $11.4 million ($12.3 million international).
6. "Terminator Genisys," $5.4 million ($22.2 million international).
7. "Magic Mike XXL," $4.5 million ($5.8 million international).
8. "Gallows," $4 million ($2.1 million international).
9. "Ted 2," $2.7 million ($7.5 million international).
10. "Mr. Holmes," $2.5 million.
Character actor Alex Rocco, who played casino owner Moe Greene in "The Godfather" and appeared in dozens of other movies and TV shows, died Saturday of cancer in Studio City, Calif. He was 79.
Often appearing as a heavy, hood or cop, in "The Godfather," he had the famous line, "Do you know who I am?" Recently he had a recurring role in Starz's "Magic City" and appeared on "Episodes" and "Maron." His daughter Jennifer Rocco reported his death on her Facebook page.
Perry "Buddy" Buie, a songwriter and producer who helped form the Atlanta Rhythm Section and then fuel its success with the lyrics he wrote for the band, has died. He was 74.
Singer Rodney Justo, one of the band's original members, remembers how Buie brought him and other musicians together to form the Atlanta Rhythm Section in the early 1970s.
"He calls me one day, and he says 'I have an idea Rodney, and I'd like you to be a part of it,'" Justo recalled on Sunday. "He said 'I want to get all the top musicians in the South, put them together and build a super group."
The band had wide influence, and "they helped define the Southern Rock genre with other bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd," according to Buie's biography in the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
Though Buie is known for his work with the Atlanta Rhythm Section, he has also written or co-written numerous hits performed by artists such as Carlos Santana (the song "Stormy"); Gloria Estefan ("Traces"); and Garth Brooks ("Mr. Midnight"), according to the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
Buie, a native of Dothan, Alabama, was once Roy Orbison's road manager, Justo said.
Over the years, Buie created many of his songs in a small fishing trailer on a creek in the Eufaula area, according to the biography, which credits him with writing or co-writing hundreds of songs.
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