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Macbeth

Author: Tony ColdwellRuth PittCarolyn Reynolds, M.S.W.Sue PritchardMichael BogdanovAll authors
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Public Media Home Vision, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English, Middle [1100-1500]View all editions and formats
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Using Shakespeare's classic text, this production of Macbeth is set in a timeless zone somewhere in the twentieth century against a raw, urban industrial environment. The film is notable for a carefully edited text which enables students to explore the playwright's handling of passion, murderous fury, betrayal and guilt.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Adaptations
Named Person: Macbeth, King of Scotland; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Coldwell; Ruth Pitt; Carolyn Reynolds, M.S.W.; Sue Pritchard; Michael Bogdanov; Sean Pertwee; Greta Scacchi; Denise Black; Lorcan Cranitch; Jack Davenport; Ruth Gemmell; Lesley Joseph; Philip Madoc; Michael Maloney; Richard Coyle; William Shakespeare; Granada Productions.; Channel Four (Great Britain); English Shakespeare Company.; Home Vision (Firm)
ISBN: 0780023188 9780780023185
OCLC Number: 45062072
Notes: Letterboxed.
"Channel 4 UK and the English Shakespeare Company present"--Container.
Credits: Fight arranger, Malcolm Ranson ; art director, Rod Garwood ; graphic designer, Lucy Bryan ; animator, Matt Howarth ; music, Tot Taylor ; film editor, Oral Ottey ; production designer, Chris Truelove.
Cast: Sean Pertwee, Greta Scacchi, Denise Black, Lorcan Cranitch, Jack Davenport, Ruth Gemmell, Lesley Joseph, Philip Madoc, Michael Maloney, Richard Coyle.
Description: 1 videocassette (87 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS; stereo.
Responsibility: director of photography, Tony Coldwell ; executive producers, Ruth Pitt, Carolyn Reynolds ; producer, Sue Pritchard ; director, Michael Bogdanov ; a Granada Production for Channel Four.

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Using Shakespeare's classic text, this production of Macbeth is set in a timeless zone somewhere in the twentieth century against a raw, urban industrial environment. The film is notable for a carefully edited text which enables students to explore the playwright's handling of passion, murderous fury, betrayal and guilt.

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