Re: Comparison of Henry V Films
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.008 Thursday, 2 January 2003
From: John Zuill <
Date: Wednesday, 01 Jan 2003 12:35:08 -0300
Subject: 13.2480 Re: Comparison of Henry V Films
Comment: Re: SHK 13.2480 Re: Comparison of Henry V Films
>There is another Henry V on film, and in my opinion it might very well
>be the most intriguing of all -- CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT, the Orson Welles'
>reprise of IV-V, which I think had a strong influence on Branagh --
>notably the charnel house Agincourt sequence -- and stands as a
>remarkable work in its own right. I presume it has been discussed
>before here, although I haven't followed any of the threads.
Boy would I ever love to see this film. Where does one find it in NTSC?
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