|提及的人：||Hamlet, (Legendary character); William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare|
John Gielgud; Bill Colleran; William Sargent; Alfred W Crown; Paul Brownstein; Richard Burton; Alfred Drake; Hume Cronyn; Eileen Herlie; William Redfield; George Rose; Jiří Voskovec; William Shakespeare; Paul Brownstein Productions.; Onward Production Ltd.; Atlantic programmes, Ltd.; Image Entertainment (Firm); National Film and Television Archive (Great Britain)
|注意：||Play by William Shakespeare.
"A theatrofilm made during an actual Broadway performance at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City"--Opening frame.
"Film restoration in collaboration with the National Film and Television Archive of the British Film Institute.--Container.
Interactive menus include filmographies and awards, trailer, chapter selections.
"Includes unseen interview footage"--Container.
|制作人员：||Stage director, John Gielgud ; editor, Bruce Pierce ; executive producer, Alexander H. Cohen. Digital restoration team: producer, Paul Brownstein ; supervisor, Sean Coughlin ; executive producers, Sally Burton, Alexander H. Cohen.|
|演员名单:||Richard Burton, Hume Cronyn, Alfred Drake, Eileen Herlie, William Redfield, George Rose, George Voskovec, John Gielgud, Robert Milli, John Cullum, Philip Coolidge, Hugh Alexander, Clement Fowler, Dillon Evans.|
|活动注释：||Originally filmed at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York on June 30 and July 1, 1964.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (191 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD NTSC, Dolby digital mono.|
|其他题名：||Hamlet (Motion picture : 1964 : Paul Brownstein Productions)
Richard Burton's Hamlet
|责任：||Atlantic Programmes Ltd.; restored in collaboration with the National Film & Television Archive of the British Film Institute, Onward Productions Ltd and Paul Brownstein Productions ; producers, William Sargent, Alfred W. Crown; film director, Bill Colleran.|
Staged in rehearsal room and modern dress conditions, this is Richard Burton's performance as Hamlet. This play opened on Broadway April 9, 1964. This recording is not derived from a film, but from an attempt to simply record the stage show for one cinematic showing by placing cameras in the stalls during an actual performance.