|提及的人：||John, King of England|
Shaun Sutton; David Giles; Claire Bloom; Leonard Rossiter; Mary Morris; William Shakespeare; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Time-Life Television.; Ambrose Video Publishing.
|注意：||Originally broadcast on the BBC series The Shakespeare plays in 1984.
DVD includes the complete script in Microsoft Word document format.
|制作人员：||Camera Supervisor, Geoff Feld ; music composed & conducted by Colin Sell ; videotape editor, Stan Pow ; literary consultant, Dr. John Wilders.|
|演员名单:||Leonard Rossiter (King John), William Whymper (Chatillon), Mary Morris (Queen Elinor), Robert Brown (Earl of Pembroke), John Castle (Earl of Salisbury), John Flint (Lord Bigot), John Thaw (Hubert de Burgh), George Costigan (Philip the Bastard), Edward Hibbert (Robert Faulconbridge), Phyllida Law (Lady Faulconbridge), Mike Lewin (James Gurney), Charles Kay (King Philip of France), Jonathan Coy (Lewis the Dauphin), Luc Owen (Arthur, Duke of Britaine), Gorden Kaye (Lymoges, Duke of Austria), Claire Bloom (Constance), John Moreno (Melun), Ian Barritt (French Herald), Janet Maw (Blanch), Carl Oatley (English Herald), Clifford Parrish (Citizen of Angiers), Richard Wordsworth (Cardinal Pandulph), Ian Brimble (First Executioner), Ronald Chenery (English Messenger), Alan Collins (Peter of Pomfret), Tim Brown (French Messenger), Rusty Livingstone (Prince Henry).|
|制作说明：||Taped Feb. 1-7, 1984 at the BBC Television studios in London.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (120 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD.; System requirements for script: PC or Mac with Microsoft Word, DVD-ROM drive.|
|其他题名：||Life and death of King John
Shakespeare plays (Television program)
|责任：||by William Shakespeare ; a BBC Television production in association with Time-Life Television ; produced by Shaun Sutton ; directed by David Giles.|
Shakespeare's play about the weak and despicable King John, who tries to fend off the royal claims of Arthur, Duke of Brittany, who is supported by the King of France. In spite of the support of Faulconbridge, John alienates the English nobility and runs afoul of the Pope. In the end he is poisoned and his son Henry III becomes King.