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Title The second part of King Henry the Fourth containing his death and the coronation of King Henry the Fift / by William Shakespeare ; a BBC-TV production in association with Time-Life Television ; producer, Cedric Messina ; director, David Giles.
Imprint New York : Ambrose Video Pub., [2000 or 2001]

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Series Shakespeare plays.
The complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare.
BBC Shakespeare plays.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Works. 2000. Ambrose Video.
Shakespeare plays.
Subject Henry IV, King of England, 1367-1413. -- Drama.
Historical films.
Feature films.
Great Britain -- History -- Henry IV, 1399-1413 -- Drama.
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Biography -- Drama.
Alt Name Messina, Cedric.
Giles, David.
Quayle, Anthony, 1913-1989.
Finch, Jon, 1941-2012.
Gwillim, David.
Eddison, Robert, 1908-1991.
Bruce, Brenda.
Dotrice, Michele, 1948-
Cuka, Frances.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Henry IV. Part 2.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Plays.
British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.
Time-Life Television.
Ambrose Video Publishing.
Ohio Library and Information Network.
OhioLINK Digital Media Center.
Alternate Title BBC Television Shakespeare (Television program)
Add Title Title on OhioLINK page: Henry IV. Part II.
King Henry the Fourth.
Henry the Fourth. Part two.
Henry IV. Part 2.
Description polychrome rdacc
Cast Jon Finch (Henry IV), David Gwillim (Henry, Prince of Wales), Rob Edwards (Prince John of Lancaster), Martin Neil (Prince Humphrey of Gloucester), Roger Davenport (Thomas, Duke of Clarence), Bruce Purchase (Earl of Northumberland), David Neal (Scroop, Archbishop of York), Michael Miller (Lord Mowbray), Richard Bebb (Lord Hastings), John Humphry (Lord Bardolph), Salvin Stewart (Sir John Colville), David Strong (Travers), Carl Oatley (Morton), Rod Beacham (Earl of Warwick), David Buck (Earl of Westmoreland), Brian Poyser (Gower), Ralph Michael (Lord Chief Justice), Anthony Quayle (Sir John Falstaff), Jack Galloway (Poins), Gordon Gostelow (Bardolph), Bryan Pringle (Pistol), Steven Beard (Peto), John Fowler (Page to Sir John Falstaff), Robert Eddison (Justice Robert Shallow), Leslie French (Justice Silence), Raymond Platt (Servant to Shallow), Frederick Proud (Fang, Sheriff's Officer), Julian Battersby (Ralph Mouldy), Roy Herrick (Simon Shadow), Alan Collins (Thomas Wart), John Tardoff (Francis Feeble), Roger Elliot (Peter Bullcalf), Jenny Laird (Lady Northumberland), Michele Dotrice (Lady Percy, Hotspur's Widow), Brenda Bruce (Hostress Quickly), Frances Cuka (Doll Tearsheet), Tim Brown (Servant to Lord Chief Justice), Colin Dunn (Messenger)
Credits Senior cameramen, Jim Atkinson, Geoffrey Tindale ; videotape editor, Stan Pow ; script editor Alan Shallcross.
Note Originally broadcast on the BBC series The Shakespeare plays in 1979.
Streaming video (151 min.)
Taped Apr. 11-16, 1979 at the BBC Television studios in London.
Summary Shakespeare's play that portrays the colorful panorama of Medieval English life. The revolt against Henry is finally crushed and the king broods over the uncertain future of his son. Henry IV dies, Falstaff is banished, and Prince Hal is crowned Henry V.
System Details System requirements: Real Player media software.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Access Available to OhioLINK member libraries.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Columbus, OH : OhioLINK, 2006. Digitized and made available by OhioLINK Digital Media Center from video dist. by Ambrose Video Publishing.
OCLC # 144607238
Link Digital video collection (OCoLC)52376650.
Additional Format Second part of King Henry the Fourth containing his death and the coronation of King Henry the Fift . (OCoLC)46358331.

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