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TMW Media Group, 1982, 2 hours 42 minutes
Director: William Woodman
Performers: Paul Shenar, Peter MacLean, John Devlin, Jeff Pomerantz, John McLiam, Logan Ramsey, Nan Martin, DeVeren Bookwalter, Jay Robinson, Nicholas Hammond, William Bassett, Charles Berendt, Lanny Broyles, Matt Conley, Jay T. Loudenback, Dan Mason, Drew Snyder, Alvah Stanley, David Birney, Peter McIean, Mary-Joan Negro
The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare. History
Call Number: UCF Main Library DVD Collection -- PR2762.D73
produced by BBC & Time-Life Films
"A dramatization of five of Shakespeare's historic plays, featuring some of Britain's most distinguished theatrical talent."
Contents: Henry IV part I (147 min.) -- Henry IV part II (151 min.) -- Henry V (163 min.) -- Richard II (157 min.) -- Richard III (228 min.).
Performers: Jon Finch, Anthony Quayle, David Gwillim (Henry IV parts I and II); David Gwillim, Rod Edwards, Julian Glover (Henry V); Derek Jacobi, Sir John Gielgud, Charles Gray, John Finch, Dame Wendy Hiller (Richard II); Michael Byrne, Brian Protheroe (Richard III). check availability
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 check 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.
Shakespeare Uncovered, Series I, 2013, 53 minutes
"You may my glories and my state depose, but not my griefs; still am I king of those. Derek Jacobi looks at Richard II and returns to a role he played 30 years ago: the story of a king who loses his crown."
Creative Arts Television, 1974, 27 minutes
"Excerpts of performance from the Company's production, featuring Ian Richardson and Richard Pasco. The focus of the play is the struggle between Bolingbroke and the king, and by extension the questions "who shall be king, what is a king?" Margaret Croyden. theater critic and writer, provides commentary and interviews the leading actors. 1974."