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The Taming of the Shrew (27-Feb-1967)

Director: Franco Zeffirelli

Writers: Paul Dehn; Suso Cecchi d'Amico; Franco Zeffirelli

From a play: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare

Music Composed by: Nino Rota

Keywords: Comedy, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Burton
Actor
10-Nov-1925 5-Aug-1984 Nineteen Eighty Four
Cyril Cusack
Actor
26-Nov-1910 7-Oct-1993 Gone to Earth
Vernon Dobtcheff
Actor
14-Aug-1934   Priceless
Michael Hordern
Actor
3-Oct-1911 2-May-1995 The Slipper and the Rose
Victor Spinetti
Actor
2-Sep-1933 19-Jun-2012 Oh! What A Lovely War
Elizabeth Taylor
Actor
27-Feb-1932 23-Mar-2011 Cleopatra
Alan Webb
Actor
2-Jul-1906 22-Jun-1982 English character actor
Michael York
Actor
27-Mar-1942   Logan's Run

CAST

Elizabeth Taylor   ...   Katharina
Richard Burton   ...   Petruchio
Also Starring
Cyril Cusack   ...   Grumio
Michael Hordern   ...   Baptista
Alfred Lynch   ...   Tranio
Alan Webb   ...   Gremio
with
Victor Spinetti   ...   Hortensio
Roy Holder   ...   Biondello
Mark Dignam   ...   Vincentio
Bice Valori   ...   The Widow
and
Giancarlo Cobelli   ...   The Priest
Vernon Dobtcheff   ...   Pedant
Ken Parry   ...   Tailor
Anthony Gardner   ...   Haberdasher
And Introducing
Natasha Pyne   ...   Bianca
Michael York   ...   Lucentio
and
Tina Perna   ...   Supporting Cast
Alberto Bonucci   ...   Supporting Cast
Milena Vukotich   ...   Supporting Cast
Alfredo Bianchini   ...   Supporting Cast
Valentino Macchi   ...   Supporting Cast

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