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Twelfth Night (2000, original release: 1980)


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Published: New York : Ambrose Video Pub., [2000 or 2001]
Series: Complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare
Description:  1 videodisc (124 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Language:  English

Originally broadcast on the BBC series The Shakespeare plays in 1980

DVD includes the complete script in Microsoft Word document format

Alec McCowen (Malvolio), Robert Hardy (Sir Toby Belch), Felicity Kendal (Viola), Annette Crosbie (Maria), Sinéad Cusack (Olivia), Trevor Peacock (Feste), Clive Arrindell (Orsino), Ronnie Stevens (Sir Andrew Aquecheek), Robert Lindsay (Fabian), Maurice Roëves (Antonio), Michael Thomas (Sebastian), Malcolm Reynold (Valentine), Ryan Michael (Curio), Ric Morgan (Sea Captain), Arthur Hewlett (Priest), Daniel Webb (Servant), Andrew MacLachlan (First Officer), Peter Holt (Second Officer), Jean Channon (Waiting Woman)

Taped May 16-21, 1979 at the BBC Television studios in London

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


System requirements for script: PC or Mac with Microsoft Word, DVD-ROM drive

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