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  1. Little Dorrit (1988)

    Subject
    Literature
    Distribution
    DVD (Region 0, 360 minutes), £20.00

    A film version of the novel by Charles Dickens, released to cinemas in two parts.

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  2. Stratford Adventure, The (1954 Film)

    Director
    Morton Parker
    Producer
    Guy Glover

    Documentary telling the story of the founding of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival by Stratford-born journalist Tom Patterson. Patterson got together a committee of local people and invited Tyrone Guthrie...

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  3. Prospero’s Island: Scenes from ‘The Tempest’ (1940 Radio)

    Producer
    Barbara Burnham

    Scenes from Shakespeare’s play adapted and produced for broadcasting by Barbara Burnham. With Leon Quartermaine as Prospero, Alec Guinness as Ferdinand and Jill Furse as Miranda. Music arranged and played...

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  4. Plastic Fantastic (1994 Video)

    Producer
    David Dugan
    Subject
    Technology
    Distribution
    Sale, Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 30 min., 1996 sale: £65.00 (+VAT +p&p)

    Follows inventor and ex-hairdresser Maurice Ward on a trip to NASA to discuss his invention ‘starlite’, a new kind of indestructible plastic that interests not only NASA, but also government departments...

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  5. Music in Shakespeare (1947 Radio)

    aka: Shakespeare and His Musicians

    Producer
    Douglas Cleverdon

    Radio programme on Shakespeare’s dramatic use of contemporary music and songs. Alec Guinness, who presents the programme, is supported by the Dolmetsch Consort of Viols and Recorders, and players,...

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  6. Twelfth Night (1942 Radio)

    Producer
    Barbara Burnham

    Radio adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy produced by Barbara Burnham and adapted by Hugh Stewart. The cast includes Peggy Ashcroft as Viola, Alec Guinness as Orsino and Ralph Richardson as Sir Toby.

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  7. King Lear (1974 Audio, Radio)

    Series
    World Drama
    Producer
    John Tydeman

    Radio adaptation of the play produced by John Tydeman. With Alec Guinness as Lear; Jill Bennett, Eileen Atkins, Sarah Badel, star as his daughters, and Ronald Pickup as the Fool. The music is composed by...

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  8. All the World’s a Stage: A Collection of Shakespeare’s Speeches (1995 Audio)

    Series
    BBC Radio Collection

    An anthology of Shakespearean speeches from the BBC Sound Archive. Romeo and Juliet (I iii) - Fay Compton; Hamlet (III i) - Michael Redgrave; Henry V (IV iii) - Richard Burton; King Lear (II iv) - Alec...

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  9. Oliver Twist (1948) (2001)

    Subject
    English language and literature
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 136 minutes), £9.99 £15.99 (special)

    A classic film version of the novel by Charles Dickens, directed by David Lean. The ‘Special Edition’ also includes the 25-minute documentary A PROFILE OF OLIVER TWIST and a theatrical trailer.

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  10. Star Wars Makes Cinema History

    Date released
    29 Jan 1978
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    2539
    NoS ID
    031096
    Story no
    2 / 2

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Star Wars. DESCRIPTION: The much publicised and long-awaited film Star Wars opens in London with queues outside two West End cinemas. At the Science Museum costumes, vehicles and...

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