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  • Iain Glen as Richard the Lionheart wearing a gold crown and silver helmet with gold studs in the 2005 film "Kingdom of Heaven."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Kingdom of Heaven

    2005

    Costume seen on Iain Glen as Richard the Lionheart

  • Danny Huston as Richard the Lionheart wearing a gold crown and silver helmet with gold studs in the 2010 film "Robin Hood."
    • Universal Pictures

    Robin Hood

    2010

    Costume seen on Danny Huston as Richard the Lionheart

  • Alan Van Sprang as King Henry II wearing a gold crown in the 2013 series "Reign."
    • Warner Bros.

    Reign

    2013

    Costume seen on Alan Van Sprang as King Henry II

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This crown attached to a helmet has been seen three times. It first appeared in 2005 on Iain Glen as Richard the Lionheart in Kingdom of Heaven. Next it was used in 2010 on Danny Huston as Richard the Lionheart in Robin Hood. Interestingly, it appears that the crown portion is actually removable from the helmet itself, as the crown appears by itself in the first season of the CW’s Reign on Alan Van Sprang as King Henry II.

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About the Costume

This crown attached to a helmet has been seen three times. It first appeared in 2005 on Iain Glen as Richard the Lionheart in Kingdom of Heaven. Next it was used in 2010 on Danny Huston as Richard the Lionheart in Robin Hood. Interestingly, it appears that the crown portion is actually removable from the helmet itself, as the crown appears by itself in the first season of the CW’s Reign on Alan Van Sprang as King Henry II.

This crown attached to a helmet has been seen three times. It first appeared in 2005 on Iain Glen as Richard the Lionheart in Kingdom of Heaven. Next it was used in 2010 on Danny Huston as Richard the Lionheart in Robin Hood. Interestingly, it appears that the crown portion is actually removable from the helmet itself, as the crown appears by itself in the first season of the CW’s Reign on Alan Van Sprang as King Henry II.

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  • Julia
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  • Julia
Costume Designer:
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Costume Commentary

  1. Here it is on Jeffrey Dean Morgan as some kind of king (I have no clue as to the game, maybe he is supposed to be Richard the Lionheart again) in the Superbowl commercial for “The Battle of Evony”. Looks like, while doing battle, he literally broke his crown or as the German saying goes: Er hat sich Zacken aus der Krone gebrochen.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXqADkUeCNE

    I wouldn’t be surprised if someone with a keener eye will find the origins of the asian leader’s and George Washington’s (Aaron Eckhart?) costumes…

  2. I think the helmet was used in “Monarchy” 2005 on Martin Nigel-Davey as King Richard lll. I couldn’t find a picture of him wearing the helmet but he wore it.

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Costume Commentary

  1. Here it is on Jeffrey Dean Morgan as some kind of king (I have no clue as to the game, maybe he is supposed to be Richard the Lionheart again) in the Superbowl commercial for “The Battle of Evony”. Looks like, while doing battle, he literally broke his crown or as the German saying goes: Er hat sich Zacken aus der Krone gebrochen.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXqADkUeCNE

    I wouldn’t be surprised if someone with a keener eye will find the origins of the asian leader’s and George Washington’s (Aaron Eckhart?) costumes…

  2. I think the helmet was used in “Monarchy” 2005 on Martin Nigel-Davey as King Richard lll. I couldn’t find a picture of him wearing the helmet but he wore it.

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  1. Here it is on Jeffrey Dean Morgan as some kind of king (I have no clue as to the game, maybe he is supposed to be Richard the Lionheart again) in the Superbowl commercial for “The Battle of Evony”. Looks like, while doing battle, he literally broke his crown or as the German saying goes: Er hat sich Zacken aus der Krone gebrochen.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXqADkUeCNE

    I wouldn’t be surprised if someone with a keener eye will find the origins of the asian leader’s and George Washington’s (Aaron Eckhart?) costumes…

  2. I think the helmet was used in “Monarchy” 2005 on Martin Nigel-Davey as King Richard lll. I couldn’t find a picture of him wearing the helmet but he wore it.

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