The third part of Henry the Sixt [sic]
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
SummaryShakespeare's Henry VI trilogy concludes with the Yorks winning the battle of St. Albans, and thus forcing Henry from the throne. Queen Margaret, however, captures and taunts York before having him killed. She is then captured herself and forced to watch her son killed by the Yorkists. Edward becomes King and Richard, who eventually will become Richard the III, murders Henry in the Tower.
-- Television adaptations.
Henry -- VI, -- King of England, -- 1421-1471 -- Drama.
Great Britain -- History -- Henry VI, 1422-1461 -- Drama.
|Publisher|| New York :Ambrose Video Pub.,2000
|Other Titles|| Shakespeare plays (Television program)
King Henry VI.
Henry the Sixth.
Benson, Peter, 1943-2018
Hill, Bernard, 1944-
Cook, Ron, 1948-
Chapman, Paul (Paul S.)
Farr, Derek, 1912-1986.
Wing-Davey, Mark, 1948-
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Henry VI.
British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.
Ambrose Video Publishing.
Peter Benson (Henry VI), Bernard Hill (Duke of York), Ron Cook (Richard, Duke of Gloucester), Julia Foster (Queen Margaret), Rowena Cooper (Lady Grey), Paul Jesson (George, Duke of Clarence), Brian Protheroe (Edward, Earl of March, later Edward IV), Arthur Cox (Duke of Somerset), John Benfield (Earl of Northumberland), Paul Chapman (Earl Rivers), Antony Brown (Lewis, King of France; Sir John Montgomery), David Daker (Lord Hastings), Mathew David (Edmund, Earl of Rutland), Brian Deacon (Earl of Oxford), Derek Farr (Duke of Exeter; Mayor of York), Derek Fuke (Earl of Westmoreland), Mark Wing-Davey (Earl of Warwick).
Designer, Oliver Bayldon; costume designer, John Peacock; editor, Ron Bowman; cameraman, Jim Atkinson; music, Stephen Oliver, Dudley Simpson.
Reissue of the video released by Time Life Video in 1983 and Ambrose Video in 1987.
DVD includes PC/Mac downloadable script.
DVD; digitally remastered.
System requirements to download script: PC or Mac with Microsoft Word, DVD-ROM drive.
1 videodisc (210 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.