William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy

Overview

This release offers performances of three of Shakespeare' best loved plays, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, and Love's Labour Lost, as performed at the Globe Theatre. The plays are performed in Shakespeare's period English, with subtitles in modern, conversational English.
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Overview

This release offers performances of three of Shakespeare' best loved plays, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, and Love's Labour Lost, as performed at the Globe Theatre. The plays are performed in Shakespeare's period English, with subtitles in modern, conversational English.
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Special Features

Cast gallery; Famous speeches
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/2010
  • UPC: 809478010425
  • Source: Bbc / Opus Arte
  • Region Code: 0
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 8:04:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 52,487

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / As You Like It
1. Opening
2. Act 1 - Scene 1
3. Act 1 - Scene 2
4. Act 1 - Scene 3
5. Act 2 - Scene 1
6. Act 2 - Scene 2
7. Act 2 - Scene 3
8. Act 2 - Scene 4
9. Act 2 - Scene 5
10. Act 2 - Scene 6
11. Act 2 - Scene 7
12. Act 3 - Scene 1
13. Act 3 - Scene 2
14. Act 3 - Scene 3
15. Act 3 - Scene 4
16. Act 3 - Scene 5
17. Act 4 - Scene 1
18. Act 4 - Scene 3
19. Act 5 - Scene 1
20. Act 5 - Scene 2
21. Act 5 - Scene 4
22. End Credits
Disc #2 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / Love's Labour's Lost
1. Opening
2. Act 1 - Scene 1
3. Act 1 - Scene 2
4. Act 2 - Scene 1
5. Act 3 - Scene 1
6. Act 4 - Scene 1
7. Act 4 - Scene 2
8. Act 4 - Scene 3
9. Act 5 - Scene 1
10. Act 5 - Scene 2
11. End Credits
Disc #3 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / Romeo & Juliet - Disc 1
1. Opening
2. Prologue
3. Act 1 - Scene 1
4. Act 1 - Scene 2
5. Act 1 - Scene 3
6. Act 1 - Scene 4
7. Act 1 - Scene 5
8. Act 2 - Scene 1
9. Act 2 - Scene 2
11. Act 2 - Scene 4
12. Act 2 - Scene 5
13. Act 2 - Scene 6
14. Act 3 - Scene 1
15. Act 3 - Scene 2
16. Act 3 - Scene 3
Disc #4 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / Romeo & Juliet - Disc 2
1. Opening
2. Act 3 - Scene 4
3. Act 3 - Scene 5
4. Act 4 - Scene 1
5. Act 4 - Scene 2
6. Act 4 - Scene 3
7. Act 4 - Scene 4
8. Act 4 - Scene 5
9. Act 5 - Scene 1
10. Act 5 - Scene 2
11. Act 5 - Scene 3
12. Music and Dancing
13. End Credits
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Menu

Disc #1 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / As You Like It
   Play
      Stereo
      DTS Surround
   Chapters
   Extras
      Cast Gallery
      Famous Speeches
         Fortune Reigns in Gifts of the World
         The Little Foolery That Wise Men Have
         Hereafter, In a Better World Than This
         Beauty Provoketh Thieves Sooner Than Gold
         Sweet Are the Uses of Adversity
         Thou Art Not Home for the Fashion of These Times
         When I Was At Home I Was in a Better Place
         If Thou Rememberest Not the Slightest Folly
         I Shall Ne'ere Be Ware of Mine Own Wit
         I Met a Fool in the Forest
         And So From Hour to Hour We Ripe and Ripe
         Under the Shade of Melancholy Boughs
         True Is It That We Have Seen Better Days
         All the World's a Stage
         He That Wants Money, Means and Content
         I Do Desire We May Be Better Strangers
         Time Travels in Divers Paces With Divers Persons
         Neither Rhyme Nor Reason Can Express How Much
         It Is a Melancholy of My Own
         I Had Rather Have a Fool to Make Me Merry
         Men Have Died From Time to Time
         Can One Desire Too Much of a Good Thing?
         For Ever, And a Day
         Men Are April When They Woo
         'So So' Is Good, Is Very Good
         The Fool Doth Think Himself to Be a Wise Man
         No Sooer Met But They Looked
         O, How Bitter a Thing It Is to Look Into Happiness Through Another Man's Eyes!
         I Can Live No Longer By Thinking
         It Is Not Fashion to See the Lady Epilogue
   Set-Up
      Audio: Stero
      Audio: DTS Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: None
Disc #2 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / Love's Labour's Lost
   Play
      Stereo
      Surround
   Chapters
   Extras
      Cast Gallery
      Famous Speeches
         Why, All Delights Are Vain, But That Most Vain
         Devise, Wit, Write Pen, for I Am for Whole Volumes in Folio
         Beauty Is Bought by Judgement of the Eye
         A Merrier Man, Within the Limit of Becoming Mirth
         The Boy Hath Sold Him a Bargain, a Goose
         This Senior-Junior, Giant-Dware, Don Cupid
         He Hath Not Eat Paper as It Were: He Hath Not Drunk Ink
         These Are Begot in the Ventricle of Memory
         From Women's Eyes This Doctrine I Derive
         He Draweth Out the Thread of His Verbosity
         They Have Been at a Great Feast of Languages, and Stolen the Scraps
         In the Posteriors of This Day, Which the Rude Multitude Call This Afternoon
         Master, Let Me Take You a Buttonhole Lower
         A Jest's Prosperity Lies in the Ear of Him That Hears It
   Set-up
      Audio: Stereo
      Audio: Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: None
Disc #3 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / Romeo & Juliet - Disc 1
   Play
      Stereo
      DTS Surround
   Chapters
      Act 2 - Scene 3
   Extras
      Cast Gallery
      Famous Speeches
         Two Households, Both Alike In Dignity
         A Pair Of Star-Crossed Lovers Take Their Life
         Do You Bite Your Thumb At Us, Sir?
         Ah, Then I See Queen Mab Hath Been With You
         Good Pilgrim, You Do Wrong Your Hand Too Much
         My Only Love Sprung From My Only Hate
         But Soft, What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks?
         O Romeo, Romeo, Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?
         What's In A Name?
         A Plague On Both Your Houses, I Am Sped
         Oi I Am Fortune's Fool
   Set-Up
      Audio
         Stereo
         DTS Surround
      Subtitles
         English
         Subtitles: None
Disc #4 -- William Shakespeare: Comedy, Romance, Tragedy / Romeo & Juliet - Disc 2
   Play
      Stereo
      DTS Surround
   Chapters
   Extras
      Cast Gallery
      Famous Speeches
         O Woe, O Woeful, Woeful, Woeful Day
         Then I Defy You, Stars!
         O Happy Dagger!
   Set-Up
      Audio
         Stereo
         DTS Surround
      Subtitles
         English
         Subtitles: None
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