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Time-Life Television

Works: 466 works in 2,798 publications in 1 language and 69,616 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Television adaptations  Film adaptations  Made-for-TV movies  Television plays  Comedy films  Televised plays  History  Historical television programs  Television programs 
Roles: prn, Producer
Classifications: PN1997, 822.33
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Publications about Time-Life Television
Publications by Time-Life Television
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Most widely held works by Time-Life Television
The taming of the shrew by William Shakespeare( visu )
49 editions published between 1980 and 2012 in English and held by 1,908 libraries worldwide
Petruchio is a poverty-stricken gentleman from Verona who journeys to Padua in search of a wealthy wife. There he meets Katharina, a self-willed shrew who leads Petruchio on a merry chase before he successfully circumvents her attempts to avoid marriage. After the honeymoon, Kate helps Petruchio win a wager that he has the most obedient wife. In reality, Kate has found a more effective way to dominate her mate
William Shakespeare's A Midsummer night's dream by William Shakespeare( visu )
69 editions published between 1981 and 2012 in English and held by 1,900 libraries worldwide
Shakespeare's play about devilish fairies, bedeviled lovers and tradesmen-actors. Plots intertwine as entangled love affairs, the comical performance of a "play within a play" by the tradesmen of Athens, and the antics in fairyland among King Oberon and his queen Titania produce a bizarre series of entanglements, but all ends happily
As you like it by William Shakespeare( visu )
52 editions published between 1975 and 2012 in English and held by 1,830 libraries worldwide
Presents a dramatization of William Shakespeare's play, a pastoral romance set in the Forest of Arden in medieval France where, after the overthrowing of Duke Senior by his tyrannical brother, Senior's daughter Rosalind disguises herself as a man and sets out to find her banished father while also counseling her clumsy suitor Orlando in the art of wooing
Antony & Cleopatra by William Shakespeare( visu )
65 editions published between 1980 and 2012 in English and held by 1,769 libraries worldwide
Octavius Caesar, Marc Antony, and Lepidus form the triumvirate, the three rulers of the Roman Empire. Antony, though married to Fulvia, spends his time in Egypt, living a life of decadence and conducting an affair with Queen Cleopatra. In Antony's absence, Caesar and Lepidus worry about Pompey's increasing strength. Caesar condemns Antony for neglecting his duties as a statesman and military officer. Hearing that his wife, Fulvia, has died and that Pompey is raising an army to rebel against the triumvirate, Antony feels he must return to Rome. Caesar and Antony try to patch up their quarrel through the marriage of Antony to Caesar's sister Octavia. In Egypt, Cleopatra is told that Antony has married and is furious with jealousy. However, when the messenger says that Octavia is not very beautiful, Cleopatra feels confident that she can win Antony back. The triumvirs meet Pompey, who agrees to keep peace in exchange for control of Sicily and Sardinia. When Antony and Octavia leave for Athens, Caesar breaks his truce, wages war against Pompey, and defeats him. After using Lepidus's army to secure a victory, he imprisons Lepidus. Antony learns this with anger; Octavia pleads him to stay friends with her brother. Antony sends her to Rome, then returns to Cleopatra. In Egypt he raises an army to fight Caesar. Antony decides to fight him at sea, although Caesar has the better navy; and he allows Cleopatra to command a ship, ignoring the protests of Enobarbus, his best friend. Enobarbus deserts him and joins Caesar's army, but then in remorse kills himself. Antony's forces lose the battle when Cleopatra's ship flees and Antony's follows, leaving the rest of the fleet vulnerable to attack. Antony swears he will kill Cleopatra, so she sends word that she has committed suicide. Full of grief, Antony commands his attendant to kill him, but the man kills himself instead. Antony then falls on his own sword. Caesar takes Cleopatra prisoner, planning to display her in Rome as a trophy, but she kills herself with the help of several poisonous asps. Caesar has the two lovers buried beside each other
William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare( visu )
62 editions published between 1980 and 2016 in English and held by 1,665 libraries worldwide
A dramatization of Shakespeare's play The merchant of Venice
A performance of Macbeth by William Shakespeare( visu )
43 editions published between 1982 and 2012 in English and held by 1,610 libraries worldwide
Dramatization of William Shakespeare's play Macbeth
King Richard the Second by William Shakespeare( visu )
54 editions published between 1978 and 2012 in English and held by 1,523 libraries worldwide
Presents a dramatization of William Shakespeare's play entitled Richard II
The comedy of errors by William Shakespeare( visu )
50 editions published between 1983 and 2012 in English and held by 1,450 libraries worldwide
Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the band "The Who," stars in Shakespeare's shortest play, a farce about two pairs of twins involved in an elaborate series of mistaken identities, word for words as written by William Shakespeare
Twelfth night, or, What you will by William Shakespeare( visu )
69 editions published between 1979 and 2012 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 1,450 libraries worldwide
Twins Sebastian and Viola are separated after a shipwreck and believe each other dead. Viola disguises herself as a page boy, Cesario, to work for Duke Orsino and falls in love with him, but he loves Olivia, who falls in love with Cesario. Seeing Sebastian one day, she mistakes him for Cesario and marries him. The confusion is cleared up when Viola and Sebastian meet again, and the Duke marries Viola. The subplot concerns the efforts of Sir Toby and Andrew to humble the presumptuous Malvolio
All's well that ends well by William Shakespeare( visu )
44 editions published between 1980 and 2012 in English and held by 1,365 libraries worldwide
William Shakespeare's comedy about Helena, the new wife of Count Bertram, who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband
The merry wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare( visu )
57 editions published between 1980 and 2012 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 1,358 libraries worldwide
Sir John Falstaff, knowing that Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Page control the money in their respective households, decides to seduce them, but they learn of his scheme and resolve to make a fool of him. A comic series of disguises and misadventures follows
Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare( visu )
48 editions published between 1981 and 2012 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 1,355 libraries worldwide
Details the transformation of a noble Athenian from a reckless spendthrift to a mad misanthrope
The first part of King Henry the Fourth with the life and death of Henry surnamed Hotspur by William Shakespeare( visu )
72 editions published between 1979 and 2010 in English and held by 1,349 libraries worldwide
After the murder of Richard II, Henry assumes the throne, and is immediately confronted with rebellion by Owen Glendower, Douglas of Scotland, Northumberland and his son Hotspur. The play also treats the moral development of the king's son Hal (later Henry V) as he appears to waste his youth in London taverns in the company of the irresponsible Sir John Falstaff
Measure for measure by William Shakespeare( visu )
63 editions published between 1977 and 2012 in English and held by 1,318 libraries worldwide
Cruel Angelo is left in charge of Vienna when the Duke pretends to leave town. He revives an old law against fornication and sentences Claudio to death for seducing Juliet, Claudio's betrothed. Claudio's sister, Isabella, pleads for his life and Angelo offers to spare him in exchange for her virginity. His corruption and severity are punished when the Duke reveals that he has witnessed it all
The tempest by William Shakespeare( visu )
1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Shakespeare's play about deposed Duke Prospero, whose brother illegally takes over the dukedom while exiling Prospero with his baby daughter Miranda. Put to sea, they find a haven on an island and live there for years until fate lands the brother and his attendaants on the island. Eventually Prospero's rights and name are restored to him
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