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Chronicle History Of King Henry The Fifth

(Paramount Pictures Corporation, c1988)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2812 .O45 1988

Credits: Producer-director, Laurence Olivier; screenplay, Laurence Olivier and Alan Dent; art director, Paul Sheriff; photography, Robert Krasker; costume design, Roger Furse ; music, William Walton ; music director, Muir Matheson; music score, The London Symphony Orchestra. Cast: Laurence Olivier, Robert Newton, Leslie Banks, Renee Asherson, Felix Aylmer, Esmond Knight, Leo Genn. The London Symphony Orchestra Olivet and Alan Dent; art director Paul Sheriff; director of photography Robert Krasker; costume design, Roger Furse; operating cameraman, Jack Hildyard; associate producer, Dallas Bower; Music composer, Sir William Walton; Musical director Muir Matheson; music score Notes: Title on container: Henry V. Complete title from screen: The chronicle history of King Henry the Fifth with his battell faught in Agincourt in France by Will Shakespeare will be played by the Lord Chamberlain's Men at the Globe Playhouse this day the first of May, 1600. Based on the play by William Shakespeare. Originally released as a motion picture in 1944 by Two Cities. VHS format. Summary: Shakespeare's play is presented as a performance at the Globe Theater in 1600. The scene becomes progressively more realistic for the Battle of Agincourt, but once again reverts to the Globe for the conclusion. (137 min.)

Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

(Acorn Media, c2003)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2877 .C66 2003

Cast: The Reduced Shakespeare Company: Adam Long, Reed Martin, Austin Tichenor. Notes: Includes: optional commentaries by the stars and the director, and footage of an early Reduced Shakespeare Company performance. Summary: This three-man troupe perform all of Shakespeare's plays in 90 comedic minutes. (90 min.)


(Video Images, 1986)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2805 .A23 N53 1986

Credits: Director, Paul Nickell ; producer and adapter, Worthington Miner. Cast: Richard Greene, Judith Evelyn, Richard Purdy, Tom Poston. Notes: "Video Yesteryear recording". Adapted from Shakespeare's Coriolanus. Originally telecast on CBS-TV June 11, 1951. Westinghouse Studio One. Summary: Live television adaptation of Coriolanus in modern dress. The settings of ancient Rome are turned into Fascist Italy. (60 min.)


Verdi, Giuseppe. (Kultur, [2007])
PN 1584 .F35 2007

Notes: Commedia lirica in 3 acts; libretto by Arrigo Boito, based on Shakespeare's Merry wives of Windsor. Recorded in 1982 at The Royal Opera Covent Garden.

Summary: "Renato Bruson, the renowned interpreter of Verdi and one of the leading lyric baritones of the day, sings the title role. Katia Ricciarelli leads the trio of merry wives with Lucia Valentini-Terrani as Mistress Quickly and Brenda Boozer as Meg Page. Leo Nucci sings the role of Ford and the young lovers are portrayed by Dalmacio Gonzalez and Barbara Hendricks. Stunning designs by Hayden Griffen and Michael Stennett provide the perfect setting for this witty interpretation of Shakespeare's masterpiece."--Container.

Falstaff (Chimes At Midnight)

(Arthur Cantor Films, 1966)
McNichols Campus Library
PN 1995 .F215 1966

Credits: Director, Orson Welles ; photograpy, Edmund Richard ; music, Alberto Lavagnino ; narration based on Holingshed's Chronicles spoken by Ralph Richarson. Cast: Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, Margaret Rutherford, John Gielgud. Notes: Title on container: Chimes at midnight (Falstaff). Title on cassette label: Orson Welles' Chimes at midnight (Falstaff). Adapted from plays by William Shakespeare. Originally released as a motion picture under title: Campanadas a medianoche = Chimes at midnight = Falstaff in 1965. English language version released by Peppercorn Wormser, Inc. in 1967. "Harry Saltzman presents." Summary: Story of the friendship between the bohemian, boisterous Falstaff and the young Prince Hal, the future King of England. It dramatizes the betrayal of that friendship, and Falstaff's disillusionment when the prince does become king. (115 min.)


(Paramount [Home Video], c1989)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2807 .O49

Credits: Photographer, Desmond Dickinson ; cameraman, Ray Sturgess ; editor, Helga Cranston ; music, William Walton ; text editor, Alan Dent ; by William Shakespeare ; directed by Laurence Olivier. Cast: Laurence Olivier (Hamlet), Felix Aylmer (Polonius), Jean Simmons (Ophelia), Eileen Herlie (Gertrude), Anthony Quayle (Marcellus), Basil Sydney (Claudius), Norman Wooland (Horatio), Terence Morgan (Laertes) Notes: Hi-Fi, Dolby processed. Not rated. "A J. Arthur Rank enterprise." Originally issued as a motion picture by Two Cities, Britain, 1948, as a Laurence Olivier production. "This brilliant production earned critical acclaim and four 1948 Academy Awards: Best picture, Actor, Art direction-set direction and Costume design"--Container. Videocassette release of the 1948 motion picture. Summary: The classic version of Shakespeare's Hamlet, the towering tragedy of the Danish prince who feigns madness to trap his father's murderer. (155 min.)


(Warner Home Video, [1991], c1990)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2807 .Z43

Credits: Screenplay by Christopher De Vore, Franco Zeffirelli ; produced by Dyson Lovell ; directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Cast: Mel Gibson, Glenn Close, Alan Bates, Paul Scofield, Ian Holm, Helena Bonham-Carter. Notes: Based on the play by William Shakespeare. Summary: Hamlet, a prince of medieval-era Denmark, senses treachery behind his royal father's death. His mother is all too dangerously entangled in that treachery. This film portrays Shakespeare's immortal tale of high adventure and evil deeds. (135 min.)


(Ambrose Video Publishing, [1992?])
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2807 .S52 pt.1 c -2

Credits: Producer, Cedric Messina ; director, Rodney Bennett. Cast: Derek Jacobi, Claire Bloom, Eric Porter, Patrick Stewart. Notes: Videocassette release of the dramatization broadcast in 1980. Summary: Hamlet, a prince of medieval-era Denmark, senses treachery behind his royal father's death. His mother is all too dangerously entangled in that treachery. This film portrays Shakespeare's immortal tale of high adventure and evil deeds. (216 min. on 2 videocassettes)


See also: Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Henry IV

See also: King Henry IV.

Henry V

(Fox Video, c1990)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2812 .B81

Credits: Editor, Michael Bradsell ; music composer, Patrick Doyle. Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Paul Scofield, Derek Jacobi, Ian Holm, Emma Thompson, Alec McCowen, Judi Dench, Christian Bale ; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle, conductor. Videocassette release of the 1989 motion picture. Hi-fi stereo; Dolby surround. Summary: Young King Henry of England asserts a hereditary claim to the throne of France, gathering an army and embarking on a course that will lead to one of England's greatest battlefield triumphs and forever change the face of Europe. (c.138 min.)

Henry V

See also: Chronicle History Of King Henry The Fifth

In Search Of Shakespeare

(PBS Home Video , 2003)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2894 .I49 2003 no. 1-2

Credits: Editor Gerry Branigan, Sally Hilton ; camera, Peter Harvey, David Scott, Jeff Baynes ; music composed and conducted by Howard Davidson and Played by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Notes: Series broadcast on PBS, based on the book: Shakespeare / by Michael Wood. Contents: Disc 1. Part 1, A time of revolution ; part 2, The lost years -- Disc 2. Part 1, The duty of poets ; part 2, For all time. Summary: An intimate look at William Shakespeare and his world. (208 min. on 2 videodiscs)

King Henry IV

(Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1990)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2810 .A23 K56 Tape 1

Credits: Produced by John Paul Chapple and Andy Ward ; directors, Michael Bogdanov and Michael Pennington. Cast: Michael Cronin, Barry Stanton, Michael Pennington, Andrew Jarvis, June Watson, the English Shakespeare Company. Notes: "ITEL presents a Portman Classics production in association with Contracts International and Windmill Lane Productions." Recorded live at the Grand Theatre, Swansea. Contents: Tape 1 (120 min.) -- tape 2 (62 min.) Summary: One of a sequence of seven history plays by William Shakespeare. (182 min. on 2 videocassettes

King Lear

(Kultur, 1984)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2819 .O49

Credits: Directed by Michael Elliott. Cast: Laurence Olivier (King Lear), Dorothy Tutin (Goneril), Diana Rigg (Regan), Anna Calder-Marshall (Cordelia), Colin Blakely (Kent), Jeremy Kemp (Cornwall), Robert Lang (Albany), Robert Lindsay (Edmund), Leo McKern (Gloucester), David Threlfall (Edgar), John Hurt (The fool). Notes: VHS. Summary: Emmy Award winning television presentation of Shakespeare's timeless tale of greed and lust of power with Laurence Olivier as the aged, embittered King Lear, a foolish king who divides his realm between two ungrateful daughters. (158 min.)

King Lear

(HBO Video, 1988)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2819 .A23 M3 1988

Cast: Patrick Magee as King Lear; Patrick Mower, Ann Lynn, Philip Brack, Beth Harris, Wendy Allnutt, Robert Coleby, Ronald Radd, Ray Smith. Notes: Originally produced by Thames Television Ltd. in 1988; original production some time before 1976. VHS; hi-fi; Dolby mono. Summary: Shakespeare's tragedy of the conflict between parent and child, pride and wisdom, expectation and fulfillment. (121 min.)


(Republic Pictures Home Video, c1986)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2823 .W449

Credits: Producer-director, Orson Welles; music, Jacques Ibert; photography, John L. Russell; editor, Louis Lindsay. Cast: Orson Welles, Jeanette Nolan, Dan O'Herlihy, Roddy McDowall, Edgar Barner, Alan Napier. Originally released as a motion picture in 1948 by Republic Pictures. Summary: A dramatization of William Shakespeare's tragedy entitled Macbeth. (89 min.)


(A & E Home Video, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2823 .A23 2004

Cast: Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Ian McDiarmid, Bob Peck, John Woodvine. Notes: Originally broadcast by ITV in 1978. DVD; Dolby Digital stereo. Summary: The original Royal Shakespeare Company stars in this classic, world-renowned production of the Great Bard's riveting tale of murder, revenge, and insanity from Tony Award winner Trevor Nunn. (146 min.)


See also: Tragedy Of Macbeth.

Merchant Of Venice

(LIVE Home Video, [1993])
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2825 .A2 S53 1993

Credits: Executive producer, Cecil Clarke. Cast: Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Jeremy Brett, Michael Jayston. Notes: A television version of Jonathan Miller's 1973 London stage production. Summary: Set in 1860's Venice, a young Venetian borrows money from a Jew who gives him the money on the security of one pound of flesh. Upon default the Jew insists on payment of his bond and the young Venetian is rescued by the heroine disguised as a male lawyer. (134 min.)

Midsummer Night's Dream

(Ambrose Video, 1982)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2827 .A23 1982

Credits: Produced by Jonathan Miller ; directed by Elijah Moshinsky. Cast: Helen Mirren, Peter McEnery, Pippa Guard, Brian Glover, Nigel Davenport, Nicky Henson, Robert Lindsay, Cherith Mellor, Geoffrey Palmer, Phil Daniels. Notes: Reissue of a version released by Time-Life Video; originally broadcast by the BBC in 1981. Summary: Hermia is promised to wed Demetrius, but she loves Lysander, who escapes with her to the forest. Demetrius follows them with Helena, who loves him. Oberon and Titania of the fairies are arguing. Oberon's servant Puck applies to various people a love-potion which creates a bizarre series of alliances and arguments, but all ends happily. (112 min.)

Much Ado About Nothing

(Columbia Tristar Home Video, 1993)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2828 .A2 B72 1993

Credits: roduced by Stephen Evans, David Parfitt, Kenneth Branagh; directed by kenneth Branagh. Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Richard Briers, Michael Keaton, Robert Sean Leonard, Keanu Reeves, Emma Thompson, Denzel Washington, Kate Beckinsale, Brian Blessed. Notes: Based on the play by William Shakespeare. A Renaissance Films production of a Kenneth Branagh film. Filmed in Tuscany, Italy. (110 min.)


(Ambrose Video Publishing, c1981)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2829 .B86 pt. 1-2

Credits: Producer, Jonathan Miller ; literary consultant, Dr. John Wilders ; script editor, David Snodin ; video tape editor, Malcolm Banthorpe ; camera, Tim Atkinson ; music, Stephen Oliver. Cast: Anthony Pedley, Bob Hoskins, Alexander Darvion, Anthony Hopkins, David Yelland, Joseph O'Conor, Penelope Wilton, Rosemary Leach, Tony Steedman. Notes: A BBC Television production in association with Time-Life Television. Summary: Presents a dramatization of William Shakespeare's play Othello. (206 min. on 2 videocassettes)


(Columbia Tristar Home Video, [1996])
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2829 .A23 1996

Credits: Director of photography, David Johnson; editor, Tony Lawson; music, Charlie Mole. Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Irene Jacob, Kenneth Branagh. Notes: Videocassette release of the 1995 motion picture. Preceded by a 13-minute preview for the motion picture, Hamlet. Title from container. Based on the play by William Shakespeare. Reformatted to fit a TV screen. Summary: A great man's vanity is manipulated by a jealous aide to bring about his downfall. Betrayal, deception and murder end the friendship between Othello, Desdemona, and Iago. (c.124 min.)

Playing Shakespeare

(Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 3091 .P539 2004 no.1-11

Notes: Originally broadcast on London Weekend Television in 1979 (v. 1) and 1982. Contents: [1] Speaking Shakespearean verse -- [2] Preparing to perform Shakespeare -- [3] The two traditions -- [4] Using the verse -- [5] Language and character -- [6] Set speeches and soliloquies -- [7] Irony and ambiguity -- [8] Passion and coolness -- [9] Rehearsing the text -- [10] Exploring a character -- [11] Poetry and hidden poetry. Summary: Trained and experienced Shakespearean actors, stars of the Royal Shakespeare Company, examine Shakespeare's works and words. Guided by director John Barton, himself a Shakespearean scholar, the actors explore every facet of Shakespeare's work to find the meaning without which they can only recite, not perform, Shakespeare. (562 min. on 11 videodiscs)

Richard III

(Embassy Home Entertainment, c1987,1955)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2821 .O49

Credits: Produced and directed by Sir Laurence Olivier. Cast: Laurence Olivier, Claire Bloom, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson. Videocassette release of the 1955 motion picture. Newly remastered original full length version. Adapted from the play by William Shakespeare. "Newly Remastered original full length version." (155 min.)

Richard III

(MGM/UA Home Video, c1997)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2821 .A23 1997

Credits: Director of photography, Peter Biziou; editor, Paul Green; music, Trevor Jones. Cast: Ian McKellen, Annette Bening, Jim Broadbent, Robert Downey, Jr., Nigel Hawthorne, Kristin Scott Thomas, Maggie Smith, John Wood. Notes: Based on the play of the same title by William Shakespeare ; based on a stage production by Richard Eyre. Originally produced as a motion picture in 1995. Dolby surround; stereo; digital video transfer. Summary: In 1930's Britain, in the wake of a bloody civil war, the younger brother of the new King sets in motion a monstrous scheme to claim the throne for himself. Updated version of Shakespeare's (104 min.)

Romeo and Juliet

(Paramount Home Video, c1980)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2831 .R65

Credits: Director, Franco Zeffirelli; producers, Anthony Havelock-Allan, John Brabourne; screenplay, Franco Brusati and Masolino D'Amico. Cast: Olivia Hussey, Leonard Whiting, Milo O'Shea, Michael York, John McEnery, Pat Heywood, Natasha Parry, Robert Stephens. Videorecording release of the 1968 motion picture by Paramount. (138 min.)

Romeo and Juliet

(Paramount Home Video, c1979)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2831 .Z43

Credits: Screenplay by Franco Brusati and Masolino D'Amico ; directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Cast: Olivia Hussey, Leonard Whiting, Michael York, Milo O'Shea. Notes: VHS. Videorecording of 1968 motion picture. Summary: Franco Zeffirelli directs this tragedy of "star-crossed lovers" which depicts the fatal consequences of a feud between the Veronese families of Montague and Capulet. (138 min.)

Romeo & Juliet

(Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1996)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2831 .A2 M65 1996

Credits: Stage director, Richard Monette ; producer-director for television, Norman Campbell ; music, Alan Laing. Cast: Cast: Megan Porter Follows, Antoni Cimolino, Colm Feore, Barbara Bryne, Bernard Hopkins, Lewis Gordon, Kate Trotter. Notes: Film originally made in 1993. A CBC production in association with the Stratford Festival of Canada. Summary: Shakespeare's tragedy set in fascist Italy. (161 min.)

Romeo & Juliet

See also: William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.

Shakespeare In Love

(Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 1998)
McNichols Campus Library
PN 1997 .S524 1998

Credits: Director of photography, Richard Greatrex; editor, David Gamble; music, Stephen Warbeck; executive producers, Bob Weinstein, Julie Goldstein. Cast: Gwyenth Paltrow, Joseph Fiennes, Geofrey Rush, Colin Firth, Ben Affleck, Judi Dench, Simon Callow, Jim Carter, Martin Clunes, Antony Sher, Imelda Staunton, Tom Wilkinson, Mark Williams. Notes: Originally produced as motion picture. Enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions. Summary: When Will Shakespeare needs passionate inspiration to break a bad case of writer's block, a secret romance with the beautiful Lady Viola starts the words flowing like never before! (124 min.)

Shakespeare Sessions

(Applause/Hal Leonard, [2002?])
McNichols Campus Library
PR 3091 .S39 2002

Credits: Cinematographers, Slawomir Grünberg, Michael Chin, Tom Hurwitz ; editor, Nancy Baker ; music, Brian Keane. Cast: Presenters: John Barton, Sir Peter Hall; commentators and workshop participants: Kevin Kline, Dustin Hoffman, David Hyde Pierce, Cynthia Nixon, Liev Schreiber, Charles S. Dutton, Harriet Walter, Patrick Stewart. Notes: Originally produced in 2002. Summary: Royal Shakespeare Company directors John Barton and Sir Peter Hall travel to America to conduct workshops with the all-star cast of the Broadway production of The merchant of Venice. Subjects covered include: creating a world with words, the clues are in the text, playing the story, Shakespeare's advice to the actor, changing gears from prose to verse, the questions reveal the character, handling emotion, setting the word against the word, and connecting with the audience. Also includes the actors' talking about their experiences working with John Barton. (58 min.)

Shakespeare's Globe Restored

(TMW Media Group, 1997)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2920 .S43

Credits: Producer, Hugh Richmond ; stage directors, Hugh Richmond, Louis Fantasia ; director, Audrey Ichinose. Notes: Originally produced in 1996. Summary: A student production of selected scenes from Shakespeare's play, Much ado about nothing, performed in the restored Globe Theatre on July 15, 1996. (35 min.)

Shakespeare's Hamlet

(Columbia TriStar Home Video, c1997)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2807 .R53 1997

Credits: Editor, Charles Reese ; music, Patrick Gowers ; photographed by Jerry Fisher. Cast: Nicol Williamson, Anthony Hopkins, Marianne Faithfull, Gordon Jackson, Anjelica Huston]. Notes: Originally released as motion picture in 1969. Summary: An adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet. (118 min.)

Taming Of The Shrew

(Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment, c1967)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2832 .Z43

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton. Notes: Released as a motion picture in 1967. Screenplay by Paul Dehn, Suso Cecchi D'Amico, Franco Zeffirelli. (122 min.)

Taming Of The Shrew

(Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1996)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2832 .A23 1996 no.1-2

Credits: Directed for the stage by Peter Dews; production designed by Suann Benson; music composed by Norman Symonds; lighting designed by Harry Frehner; produced and directed for television by Norman Campbell. Cast: Petruchio, Len Cariou; Kate, Sharry Flett. Notes: Originally broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 1982. Performed by the Stratford Festival of Canada. (154 min. on 2 videocassettes)


(Ambrose Video, 1980)
McNichols Campus Library
PN 2833 .A23 1980

Credits: Produced by Cedric Messina ; directed by John Gorrie. Cast: Pippa Guard, Michael Hordern, David Dixon, Warren Clarke, Derek Godfrey, David Waller, Alan Rowe, Christopher Guard. Notes: Reissue of the version released by Time-Life Video; originally broadcast by the BBC in 1979. Summary: Prospero, exiled on an enchanted island with his daughter Miranda, raises a magical tempest to wash ashore a ship carrying the enemies who usurped his dukedom years ago -- his brother Antonio and Alonso, the king of Naples. Alonso's son Ferdinand is feared dead but has washed to another part of the island, where he meets and falls in love with Miranda. Prospero punishes the usurpers and regains his dukedom, as Miranda gains a royal husband. (124 min.)

Tragedy Of Macbeth

(Kultur Heritage [distributor], c1981)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2823 .T72 pt.1-2

Credits: Artistic executive producer, Jack Manning. Cast: Jeremy Brett, Piper Laurie, Simon MacCorkindale. The Shakespeare Video Society production of Macbeth. "A project of Santa Barbara Gazebo Theatre One, Inc." (150 min. on 2 videocassettes)

Tragedy Of Macbeth

(Columbia Tristar Home Video, c1987)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2823 .A2 P65 1987

Credits: Screenplay, Roman Polanski, Kenneth Tynan ; producer, Andrew Braunsberg ; director, Roman Polanski. Cast: Jon Finch, Francesca Annis. Based on: The tragedy of Macbeth / William Shakespeare. Videocassette release of the 1971 motion picture. Summary: A nightmarish vision of Shakespeare's classic tragedy about the lust for power--and its bloody consequences. (139 min.)

Twelfth Night

(Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1991)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 3099 .T93 B8 1991 pt.1-2

Credits: Produced and directed for television by Paul Kafno ; music composed by Pat Doyle ; directed by Kenneth Branagh ; produced by David Parfitt. Cast: Cast: Richard Briers, Frances Barber, Caroline Langrishe, Christopher Ravenscroft, James Saxon. Contents: [no.1] Parts I and II (1 hour, 20 min.)--[no.2] Parts III and IV (1 hour, 19 min.) Summary: Dramatization of Shakespeare's comedy where order is restored, evil punished, and all who deserve it live happily ever after. (159 min. on 2 videocassettes)

William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet

(Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment/Fox Video, c1997)
McNichols Campus Library
PR 2831 .L84 1997

Credits: Director of photography, Donald M. McAlpine; film editor, Jill Bilcock; music, Nellee Hooper. Cast: Leonardo di Caprio, Claire Danes, Brian Dennehy, John Leguizamo, Pete Postlethwaite, Paul Sorvino, Diane Venora. Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1996. Summary: A modern adaptation of the classic love story, moved to the futuristic urban backdrop of Verona Beach. (120 min.)

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