Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video

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Brook, Peter (1948) “Style in Shakespearean Production”, John Lehman (ed.) Orpheus I. London: 139-46.
Brook, Peter (1989) The Shifting Point: Forty Years of Theatrical Exploration. London.
Coursen, H.F. (1991) “The Peter Brook/Orson Welles King Lear”, Shakespeare on Film Newsletter XV, 3 (April).
Davies, Anthony and Wells, Stanley (1994) Shakespeare and the Moving Image: The Plays on Film and Television. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Griffin, Alice (1955) “Shakespeare Through the Camera's Eye 1953-54”, Shakespeare Quarterly VI:65-6.
Higham, Charles (1985) Orson Welles: The Rise and Fall of an American Genius. New York and London: St Martin's Press.
Leeming, Glenda (1985) Orson Welles. London.
Rosenberg, Marvin (1954) “Shakespeare on TV: An Optimistic Survey”, Quarterly Journal of Film, Radio and Television IX, 2 (Winter): 166-74.
Wadsworth, Frank W. (1954) “Sound and Fury: King Lear on Television”, Quarterly Journal of Film, Radio and Television VIII, 3 (Spring): 254-68.
Welles, Orson (1954) “The Third Audience”, Sight and Sound, January/March: 120-22.
Welles, Orson and Peter Bogdanovich (1993) This Is Orson Welles. London.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Plates vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Totally Clueless? 8
  • Notes 20
  • 2 - Race-Ing Othello, Re-Engendering White-Out 23
  • Notes 41
  • 3 - War is Mud 45
  • 4 - Top of the World, Ma 67
  • Notes 78
  • 5 - Popularizing Shakespeare 80
  • Notes 93
  • 6 - Shakespeare Wallah and Colonial Specularity 95
  • Notes 102
  • 7 - Poetry in Motion 103
  • References 119
  • 8 - When Peter Met Orson 121
  • References 134
  • 9 - In Search of Nothing 135
  • References 146
  • Stage Performances of King Lear Cited 147
  • 10 - A Shrew for the Times 148
  • Films and Videos Discussed 168
  • 11 - Shakespeare in the Age of Post-Mechanical Reproduction 169
  • References 185
  • 12 - Grossly Gaping Viewers and Jonathan Miller's Othello 186
  • 13 - Age Cannot Wither Him 198
  • Notes 213
  • 14 - Asta Nielsen and the Mystery of Hamlet 215
  • References 224
  • 15 - The Family Tree Motel 225
  • References 239
  • 16 - The Love That Dare Not Speak Shakespeare's Name 240
  • References 267
  • Index 269
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