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Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 3. Thursday, 3 Jan 1991.
 
 
(1)   Date: 3 January 1991, 09:12:58 EST                     (11 lines)
      From: FLANNAGA at OUACCVMB
      Subject: ["To Be Hamlet"]
 
(2)   Date:   Thu, 3 Jan 91 12:15:27 EST                     (26 lines)
      From:   "Michael S. Hart" <HART@UIUCVMD>
      Subject:  [Zeffirelli Hamlet]
 
(3)   Date:     Thu,  3 Jan 91 10:56 EST                     (22 lines)
      From:     <DORENKAMP@HLYCROSS>
      Subject:  [Query:] The Changeling
 
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Date: 3 January 1991, 09:12:58 EST
From: FLANNAGA at OUACCVMB
Subject: ["To Be Hamlet"]
 
Did anyone else see "To Be Hamlet," an hour-long documentary
concentrating on various actors' and directors' interpretation of the
role?  I am not sure who produced it, since I switched it on after it
had started, and I think it was aired on Arts and Entertainment, the
cable channel, in the U.S.  Some memorable moments, among which was
Olivier's disclaiming of Guilgud's "sing-songy" delivery (with suitable
apologies to Sir John).  Roy Flannagan
 
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Date:   Thu, 3 Jan 91 12:15:27 EST
From:   "Michael S. Hart" <HART@UIUCVMD>
Subject:  [Zeffirelli Hamlet]
 
In response to Ken's query concerning the films of Hamlet and Romeo and
Juliet, let us not forget to comment also on The Taming of the Shrew.
 
To start things off, I would like to suggest the the presentation of
Romeo and Juliet as real adolescents created a much more refreshing
outlook on their parts, especially that of Juliet.
 
As far as Kate goes, I have yet to see a presentation that make it seem
highly unlikely that anyone could ever wear her down.
 
Thank you for your interest,
 
Michael S. Hart, Director, Project Gutenberg
 
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Date:     Thu,  3 Jan 91 10:56 EST
From:     <DORENKAMP@HLYCROSS>
Subject:  [Query:] The Changeling
 
This is not about Shakespeare but is related.  I wonder if
anyone can help me locate a film or tape of Middleton and
Rowley's *The Changeling*.
 
A number of years ago it was shown on our PBS station, WGBH,
but a call to them turned up no information, nor does it
appear in the Library of Congress *Catalog of Audiovisual
Materials*.
 
I hope this may stir someone's memory.
 
Thanks.
 
John Dorenkamp
Holy Cross College
DORENKAMP@HLYCROSS Bitnet
 

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