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Hamlet (Sep-1969)

Director: Tony Richardson

Writer: Tony Richardson

From a play: Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Music Composed by: Patrick Gowers

Producer: Neil Hartley

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marianne Faithfull
Singer/Songwriter
29-Dec-1946   Sister Morphine
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Anjelica Huston
Actor
8-Jul-1951   The Grifters
Gordon Jackson
Actor
19-Dec-1923 15-Jan-1990 Butler on Upstairs, Downstairs
Roger Livesey
Actor
25-Jun-1906 4-Feb-1976 The League of Gentlemen
Judy Parfitt
Actor
7-Nov-1935   Girl with a Pearl Earring
Nicol Williamson
Actor
14-Sep-1938 16-Dec-2011 Merlin in Excalibur

CAST

Nicol Williamson   ...   Hamlet
Gordon Jackson   ...   Horatio
Anthony Hopkins   ...   Claudius
Judy Parfitt   ...   Gertrude
Mark Dignam   ...   Polonius
Michael Pennington   ...   Laertes
Marianne Faithfull   ...   Ophelia
Ben Aris   ...   Rosencrantz
Clive Graham   ...   Guildenstern
Peter Gale   ...   Osric
John J. Carney   ...   Player King
Richard Everett   ...   Player Queen
Roger Livesey   ...   Gravedigger
Robin Chadwick   ...   Supporting Cast
Ian Collier   ...   Supporting Cast
Michael Elphick   ...   Supporting Cast
Mark Griffith   ...   Supporting Cast
Anjelica Huston   ...   Supporting Cast
Bill Jarvis   ...   Supporting Cast
Roger Lloyd-Pack   ...   Supporting Cast
John Railton   ...   Supporting Cast
John Trenaman   ...   Supporting Cast
Jennifer Tudor   ...   Supporting Cast

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