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The Mikado

Author: Donald AdamsPhilip PotterJohn ReedKenneth SandfordThomas LawlorAll authors
Publisher: Pleasantville, NY : Video Artists International, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The cheap tailor Ko-Ko was deemed Lord High Executioner under remarkable circumstances and faces a great challenge when the Mikado, Emperor of Japan, sends notice that if an execution does not take place within the month, the Town of Titipu will be dishonored and Ko-Ko himself will lose his head. The situation is complicated when Ko-Ko claims to have executed a wandering minstrel who turns out to be the Mikado's  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Donald Adams; Philip Potter; John Reed; Kenneth Sandford; Thomas Lawlor; George Cook; Valerie Masterson; Peggy Ann Jones; Pauline Wales; Christene Palmer; W S Gilbert; Arthur Sullivan; Isidore Godfrey; BHE Productions.; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
OCLC Number: 53877314
Notes: Based on the stage production by Anthony Besch.
Credits: Isidore Godfrey, conductor.
Performer(s): Donald Adams (The Mikado of Japan), Philip Potter (Nanki-Poo), John Reed (Ko-Ko), Kenneth Sandford (Pooh-Bah), Thomas Lawlor (Pish-Tush), George Cook (Go-To), Valerie Masterson (Yum-Yum), Peggy Ann Jones (Pitti-Sing), Pauline Wales (Peep-Bo), Christene Palmer (Katisha).
Description: 1 videodisc (122 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Responsibility: BHE Productions present ; the D'oyly Carte Opera Company's production ; by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.

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The cheap tailor Ko-Ko was deemed Lord High Executioner under remarkable circumstances and faces a great challenge when the Mikado, Emperor of Japan, sends notice that if an execution does not take place within the month, the Town of Titipu will be dishonored and Ko-Ko himself will lose his head. The situation is complicated when Ko-Ko claims to have executed a wandering minstrel who turns out to be the Mikado's son; and to save the lives of his friends and himself, he must win the hand of the sadistic, unattractive Katisha. The opera is considered Gilbert and Sullivan's best work, and never ceases to amaze new generations.

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