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Henry VI. Part 3 (1983)

Synopsis
Television production directed by Jane Howell who was also responsible for the entire tetralogy (the three parts of Henry VI plus King Richard III). Peter Benson is King Henry.
Series
BBC Television Shakespeare
Language
English
Country
Great Britain; United States
Medium
Television
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Notes
The production is commercially available on DVD as part of the BBC TV SHAKESPEARE COLLECTION box set (see separate entry).
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Doubling of roles
Related items
Henry VI. Part 1 (Sp)
Henry VI. Parts 1, 2 and 3

Credits

Director
Jane Howell
Producer
Jonathan Miller
Writer
William Shakespeare
Costume
John Peacock
Art Direction
Oliver Bayldon
Contributor
David Snodin
Cast
Alex Guard 
Antony Brown 
Arthur Cox 
Bernard Hill 
Brian Deacon 
Brian Little 
Brian Protheroe 
David Daker 
Derek Farr 
Derek Fuke 
Frank Walsh 
Gerald Blackmore 
Gerald Broadley 
John Alford 
John Benfield 
John Dempster 
Julia Foster 
Mark Wing-Davey 
Mathew David 
Merelina Kendall 
Michael Byrne 
Nick Reding 
Nigel Gomm 
Oengus MacNamara 
Paul Chapman 
Paul Jesson 
Peter Benson 
Peter Wyatt 
Ron Cook 
Rowena Cooper 
Stephen Paine 
Tenniel Evans 
Tim Fuke 

Production Company

Name

BBC

Notes
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Name

Time-Life Films Inc

Phone
0101 201 843 4545
Address
PO Box 644
NJ 07652
USA

Distributor (Sale)

Name

Simply Media

Contact
Laura Smith
Email
info@simplymedia.tv
Web
http://www.simplymedia.tv/ External site opens in new window
Phone
0203 542 3722
Address
Highlight House
57 Margaret Street
London W1W 8SJ
Notes
Formerly known as DD Home Entertainment or DDHE
Name

Trumedia Ltd

Contact
Bill Cotton
Email
sales@trumedia.co.uk
Web
https://trumedia.co.uk/ External site opens in new window
Phone
01865 847837
Fax
01865 847837
Address
9 Meadow View
Kidlington
Kidlington
OX5 2XY
Notes
Trumedia supplies video tapes and DVDs to UK schools, colleges and universities and is geared up to take official orders from educational institutions. The catalogue highlights programmes likely to be of use in the curriculum, but the company can supply any video in current UK distribution, as well as some deleted titles. Particularly strong in the areas of English literature and drama, as well as history, natural history, art & artists, and foreign language films.
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