Focus on Shakespearean films. Edited by Charles W. Eckert.
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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Film and video adaptations.
viii, 184 p. illus. 21 cm.
Introduction, by C. W. Eckert.--Merely players, by I. Johnson.--Shakespeare, the imaginary cinema and the pre-cinema, by H. Lemaitre.--Finding Shakespeare on film: from an interview with Peter Brook, by G. Reeves.--A Midsummer night's dream (1935): Film reality; cinema and the theatre, by A. Nicoll. Films of a moonstruck world, by R. Watts, Jr.--Henry V (1944): Henry V, by J. Agee. Henry V, by B. Crowther.--Hamlet (1948): A prince of shreds and patches, by M. McCarthy. From school in Wittenberg, by P. Alexander.--Macbeth (1948): Macbeth; or, The magical depths, by C. Beylie.--Othello (1951): A review of Othello, by A. Bazin. From Put money in thy purse, by M. MacLiammoir.--Julius Caesar (1953): The role of the technical adviser, by P. M. Pasinetti.--Romeo and Juliet (1954): Castellani's Romeo and Juliet; intention and response, by P. A. Jorgensen. In fair Verona, by R. Walker.--Romeo and Juliet (1954): Romeo and Juliet, by G. Lambert.--Othello (1955): Othello, by D. Prouse.--Richard III (1955): Olivier's Richard III--a reevaluation, by C. Brown.--Hamlet (1964): Hamlet, by M. Kustow. Hamlet, by D. Macdonald. Screened culture--letter from Venice, by E. Rhode.--Othello (1965): Pearl throwing free style, by J. Simon.--The taming of the shrew (1966): The taming of the shrew, by C. Harrison.--Chimes at midnight (1966): Chimes at midnight, by P. Billard.--Filmography (p. 165-178).--Bibliography (p. 179-181).
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