Henry VI. Part III [DVD videorecording] by William Shakespeare ; presented by the British Broadcasting Corporation ; a BBC Television production in association with Time-Life Television ; produced by Jonathan Miller ; directed by Jane Howell.
Contributor(s): Howell, Jane | Miller, Jonathan | Benson, Peter | Hill, Bernard | Shakespeare, William. King Henry VI. Part 3 | British Broadcasting Corporation | British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service | Time-Life Television | Time-Life Films | Ambrose Video Publishing.Material type: FilmSeries: Complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare: ; Complete dramatic works of William ShakespeareHistory: Publisher: New York, NY : Ambrose Video Pub., Description: 1 videodisc (210 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Henry the Sixth. Part 3 | King Henry VI. Part 3 | King Henry the Sixth. Part 3 | Third part of Henry the Sixt [Facsimile title:] | Henry the Sixt.Subject(s): Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Film adaptations | Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471 -- Drama | Historical films | Feature filmsDDC classification: 791.45 LOC classification: PR2816.A2 | B45 2000
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DVD, digitally remastered, picture & sound enhanced.
Peter Benson, Bernard Hill.
Camera, Jim Atkinson ; videotape editor, Ron Bowman ; title music, Stephen Oliver ; incidental music, Dudley Simpson.
Special features include PC/Mac downloadable scripts and scene access.
"Produced by BBC & Time-Life Films"--Container.
Originally produced as a television play in 1982.
Concludes the King Henry VI chronicles with the War of the Roses. York, as victor at St. Albans, contemptuously forces Henry to give him succession to the crown. The merciless Margaret captures and kills York, only to be captured herself and compelled to watch as the Yorkists slay her son. In a powerful soliloquy, the vile Duke of Gloucester reveals his plans to murder Henry VI.