Julius Caesar [videorecording] / by William Shakespeare ; a BBC-TV production in association with Time-Life Television ; producer, Cedric Messina ; director, Herbert Wise
DVDs | Ambrose Video Pub. | 2001
Available at Adult DVD-Nonfiction (Call number: 822.33 T1bb)
New York : Ambrose Video Pub., [2000 or 2001]
1 videodisc (161 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
The complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare. Tragedy
Richard Pasco (Marcus Brutus), Charles Gray (Julius Caesar), Keith Michell (Marcus Antonius), David Collings (Cassius), Virginia McKenna (Portia), Elizabeth Spriggs (Calphurnia), Sam Dastor (Casca), Jon Laurimore (Flavius), John Sterland (Marullus), Garrick Hagon (Octavius Caesar), Brian Coburn (Messala), Leonard Preston (Titinius), Alexander Davion (Decius Brutus), Darien Angadi (Cinna), Andrew Hilton (Lucilius), Anthony Dawes (Ligarius), Roger Bizley (Metellus), Manning Wilson (Cicero), Ronald Forfar (Soothsayer), Patrick Marley (Artemidorus), William Simons (Trebonius), John Tordoff (Cinna the Poet), Philip York (Young Cato), Christopher Good (Clitus), Robert Oates (Pindarus), Alan Thompson (1st Citizen/1st Plebeian), Leo Dolan (2nd Citizen/2nd Plebeian), Johnnie Wade (3rd Plebeian/1st Soldier), David Henry (4th Plebeian/2nd Soldier), Jonathan Scott-Taylor (Lucius), Tom Kelly (Claudius/Antony's Servant), Jack Elliott (Octavius' Servant/Messenger), Michael Cogan (Caesar's Servant), Reginald Jessup (Poet), Maurice Thorogood (Strato), Michael Greatorex (Varro), Nicholas Gecks (Volumnius), Michael Jenkinson (Dardanius), Roy Spencer (Lepidus), Terence Conoley (Popilius), Noel Johnson (Publius).
Originally broadcast on the BBC series The Shakespeare plays in 1979.
Taped July 26-31, 1978 at the BBC Television studios in London.
DVD includes the complete script in Microsoft Word document format.
System requirements for script: PC or Mac with Microsoft Word, DVD-ROM drive.
Details the transformation of a noble Athenian from a reckless spendthrift to a mad misanthrope.
A play about power, assassination and revenge. Presents a broad range of historical personalities as complicated human beings in agonizing conflict with one another and themselves.
BBC TV Shakespeare (Television program)