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All's well that ends well

Author: Elijah MoshinskyWilliam ShakespeareCelia JohnsonIan CharlesonAngela DownAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Ambrose Video Publishing [distributor], ©1980.
Series: Shakespeare plays (British Broadcasting Corporation)
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Delightful scenes and clever characters contribute to the frivolity of this light comedy in whcih Shakespeare uses one of his favorite devices--trickery. Helena, new wife of the young Count Bertram, resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband -- a plot relished by Elizabethan playgoers. By extolling the cunning of a woman in love, this play exemplifies a typical element of medieval romance.
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Genre/Form: Made-for-TV movies
Television adaptations
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Elijah Moshinsky; William Shakespeare; Celia Johnson; Ian Charleson; Angela Down; British Broadcasting Corporation.; Time-Life Films.; Ambrose Video Publishing.
OCLC Number: 151321695
Notes: VHS.
Credits: Producer, Jonathan Miller ; choreographer, Eleanor Fazan.
Cast: Celia Johnson, Ian Charleson, Angela Down, Michael Hordern, Peter Jeffrey, Kevin Stoney, Donald Sinden, Paul Brooke.
Description: 3 videocassettes (141 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Series Title: Shakespeare plays (British Broadcasting Corporation)
Other Titles: All's well that ends well (Television program : 1981)
Responsibility: British Broadcasting Corporation in association with Time-Life Films ; director, Elijah Moshinsky.

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Delightful scenes and clever characters contribute to the frivolity of this light comedy in whcih Shakespeare uses one of his favorite devices--trickery. Helena, new wife of the young Count Bertram, resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband -- a plot relished by Elizabethan playgoers. By extolling the cunning of a woman in love, this play exemplifies a typical element of medieval romance.

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