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TMW Media Group, 1980, 2 hours 20 minutes
Director: Jack Manning
Performers: Phillip Persons, Eugene Brezany, Richard Cordery, Lanny Broyles, Leon Charles, Lee Fishel, Joel Asher, David Stifel, William Nye, David Allen Brooks, Matt W. Wills, Lyle Stephen, Addison Randall, Paul Aron Scott, Lisa Barnes, Valerie Seelie-Snyder, Gloria Grahame, Lucinda Dooling, Bert Hinchman, Dixie Tymitz
BBC TV, 1982, 2 hours, 48 minutes
Director: David Hugh Jones
Performers: Alan Bennett, Richard O'Callaghan, Tenniel Evans, Richard Griffiths, Nigel Terry, Judy Davis, Prunella Scales, Ron Cook
Related Film - Chimes at Midnight
Chimes at Midnight
Call Number: UCF Main Library DVD Collection -- PR3093.C48 2008
Criterion Collection/Janus Films, 1966, 117 minutes ch3ck availability
Adapted by Orson Welles from William Shakespeare's plays (Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, Henry V, Richard II, and The Merry Wives of Windsor).
"The crowning achievement of Orson Welles's extraordinary film career, Chimes at Midnight was the culmination of the filmmaker's lifelong obsession with Shakespeare's ultimate rapscallion, Sir John Falstaff. Usually a comic supporting figure, Falstaff--the loyal, often soused friend of King Henry IV's wayward son Prince Hal--here becomes the focus: a robustly funny and ultimately tragic screen antihero played by Welles with looming, lumbering grace."
Chimes at Midnight
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- PN1997.C46437 1988
Contains an introduction, continuity script of the film, an interview with Welles, reviews, and commentaries. Includes filmography and bibliographical references.
Creative Arts Television, 1964, 26 minutes
"The character of Falstaff as seen by Shakespeare and Verdi. With performance of scenes from Verdi's "Falstaff" by Geraint Evans and Regina Resnik (Falstaff and Mistress Quickly respectively at the New York City Metropolitan Opera's production, 1964) and Maynard Mack, Professor of English at Yale University. Includes a photo montage of the stages of make-up construction for Mr. Evans and Ms. Resnik. Discussion topics include Did Verdi change the Shakespearean character of Falstaff?, Verdi's identification with Falstaff, who really was Falstaff? 1964."