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  1. Keenan Wins Lonsdale Outright

    Date released
    2 Feb 1953
    Series name
    British Paramount News
    Issue no
    2288
    NoS ID
    044226
    Story no
    9 / 9
    Extras
    1 commentary sheet, 1 cameraman dope sheet, 1 shot list

    Glasgow idol Peter Keenan retains bantam-weight championship by knocking out Frank Williams in seventh round.

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  2. Project the Right Image (1975 Film, Video)

    Director
    Chris Pettit
    Producer
    Malcolm Kerrell
    Subject
    Education
    Distribution
    Film (16mm)

    A humorous training film on the techniques of film projection. In the first half every rule is broken. The second half shows how it should be done.

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  3. King Henry V (1964 Audio)

    Series
    Living Shakespeare
    Director
    John Hale

    A reading of an abridged version of King Henry V directed by John Hale with Richard Burton in the title role.

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  4. Deadly Affair, The (1966 Film)

    Director
    Sidney Lumet
    Producer
    Sidney Lumet

    Cold war spy thriller based on the novel Call for the Dead by John Le Carre, about espionage in London. Includes Edward’s death scene (specially staged for the film) of a Royal Shakespeare Company...

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  5. Love’s Labour’s Lost (1985 Television)

    aka: The Shakespeare Plays

    Series
    BBC Television Shakespeare
    Director
    Elijah Moshinsky
    Producer
    Shaun Sutton

    Television production starring Mike Gwilym as Berowne, Jonathan Kent as King and Jenny Agutter as Rosaline.

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  6. Comedy of Errors, The (1983 Television)

    aka: The Shakespeare Plays

    Series
    BBC Television Shakespeare
    Director
    James Cellan Jones
    Producer
    Shaun Sutton

    Television production with Michael Kitchen and Roger Daltrey doubling the roles of Antipholus and Dromio respectively. The ‘commedia dell arte style is underscored by the integration of mimes into the play.

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