King Lear

Overview

This adaptation of William Shakespeare's drama of an aging king and the deceit and treachery that envelops his family as they fight over his estate features Mike Kellen, David Groh, Kitty Winn and Darryl Hickman. The DVD version features bonus features accessible on computers with DVD drives -- a teacher's guide to King Lear, and a text for this edition of the play.
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Overview

This adaptation of William Shakespeare's drama of an aging king and the deceit and treachery that envelops his family as they fight over his estate features Mike Kellen, David Groh, Kitty Winn and Darryl Hickman. The DVD version features bonus features accessible on computers with DVD drives -- a teacher's guide to King Lear, and a text for this edition of the play.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/30/2001
  • UPC: 032031215290
  • Original Release: 1982
  • Rating:

  • Source: Kultur Video
  • Time: 3:02:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 75,593

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mike Kellin King Lear
Charles Aidman Cloucester
David Groh Edmund
Darryl Hickman Kent
Kitty Winn Cordelia
Gela Jacobson
Technical Credits
Alan Cooke Director
Jack Nakano Producer
Shaun Sutton Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Act 1: Introduction
255. Act 1: "Which of You Doth Love Us Most"
255. Act 1: France and Burgundy
255. Act 2: Edmund the Bastard
255. Act 2: "Fellow, I Know Thee"
255. Act 3: "The Pattern of All Patience"
255. Act 3: ."..When the Old Doth Fall"
255. Act 3: "Pluck Out His Eyes"
255. Act 4: "Dost Thou Know Dover?"
255. Act 4: "Search Every Acre"
255. Act 5: "I Know the Riddle"
255. Act 5: Ending Credits
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Plays of William Shakespeare: King Lear, Vol. 2
   Play All
   Act 1
      Introduction
      Which of You Doth Love Us Most?
      France and Burgundy
   Act 2
      Edmund the Bastard
      Fellow, I Know Thee
   Act 3
      The Pattern of All Patience
      ...When the Old Doth Fall
      Pluck Out His Eyes
   Act 4
      Dost Thou Know Dover?
      Search Every Acre
   Act 5
      I Know the Riddle
      Ending
      Credits
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