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  1. Open Air Theatre

    Date released
    15 Aug 1955
    Series name
    Colour Pictorial
    Issue no
    033
    NoS ID
    120068
    Story no
    1 / 3
    Extras
    1 film clip

    NoS Summary - Shows rehearsals for a performance of Shakespeare’s "Macbeth " at Minack Cliff Theatre in Cornwall.

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  2. All’s Well That Ends Well (1964 Audio)

    Director
    Val May
    Subject
    Drama
    Distribution
    Out of Distribution (2006), Audiocassette. 60 min., 1997 sale: £5.99 (inc. VAT +p&p)

    A reading of an abridged version of All’s Well That Ends Well, with a cast including Dame Edith Evans, Vanessa Redgrave and Jeremy Brett, directed by Val May.

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  3. Shakespeare’s Sh*tstorm (2019 Film)

    Director
    Lloyd Kaufmann
    Producer
    Lloyd Kaufmann; Michael Herz

    Comedy based on the Tempest in the trademark over-the-top Troma company style.

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  4. Prince criticises lack of teaching of Shakespeare in UK (1991)

    Genre
    Speech

    Speech by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales in Stratford-on-Avon where he launches a scathing attack on British schools for ignoring the works of William Shakespeare.

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  5. New Shakespeare Biopic

    Date
    24 Apr 2013, 10:01
    Author
    Eve-Marie
    Post Type
    Post

    Will, a 10-part biopic which follows a young William Shakespeare in Elizabethan London, has been bought by US cable network Pivot, and will be shot in England. It will be co-produced Endor Productions, and...

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  6. Canadian Farmers

    Date released
    26 Jan 1928
    Series name
    Empire News Bulletin
    Issue no
    182
    NoS ID
    048734
    Story no
    5 / 8

    Slade catalogue entry: In Shakespeare’s Country: Canadian farmers on tour of Britain visit the poet’s birthplace and Ann Hathaway’s cottage.

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  7. Shakespeare’s Birthday

    Date released
    28 Apr 1930
    Series name
    Pathetone Weekly
    Issue no
    005
    NoS ID
    122108
    Story no
    5 / 6
    Extras
    1 film clip

    Sixty four flags of all nations were unfurled in memory of the Immortal Bard. Delegates then visited the Poet’s tomb with floral tributes.

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  8. News & Sports Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: Shakespeare Day at Stratford

    Date released
    26 Apr 1939
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    516A
    NoS ID
    009919
    Story no
    2 / 12

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Shakespeare’s Birthday Anniversary. DESCRIPTION: The birthday of the Bard is celebrated in Stratford-on-Avon. SHOTLIST: From masts flutter flags of all nations while by the memorial...

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  9. Actress and musician interview (1990)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with actress (not identified) on being in a Shakespeare play, one of her first times doing Shakespeare and on touring in a rock band with her guitarist husband. Female interviewer not identified.

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  10. Professor defends authenticity of Shakespeare poem (1988)

    Genre
    News report; Interview; Poetry

    The Oxford don who claims to have discovered an unpublished Shakespeare poem is angrily dismissing suggestions that he has mounted a publicity stunt. He insists that the verse is the work of the Bard,...

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