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The National Film and Television Archive collection of Shakespeare productions ranges from the first Shakespearean film ever made (King John in 1899) to the most recent television recordings. This book presents a critique of these holdings - the conventional renditions of the plays, the operas, documentaries, animation and commercials, and the parodies. In total, this amou The National Film and Television Archive collection of Shakespeare productions ranges from the first Shakespearean film ever made (King John in 1899) to the most recent television recordings. This book presents a critique of these holdings - the conventional renditions of the plays, the operas, documentaries, animation and commercials, and the parodies. In total, this amounts to over 400 titles.

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The National Film and Television Archive collection of Shakespeare productions ranges from the first Shakespearean film ever made (King John in 1899) to the most recent television recordings. This book presents a critique of these holdings - the conventional renditions of the plays, the operas, documentaries, animation and commercials, and the parodies. In total, this amou The National Film and Television Archive collection of Shakespeare productions ranges from the first Shakespearean film ever made (King John in 1899) to the most recent television recordings. This book presents a critique of these holdings - the conventional renditions of the plays, the operas, documentaries, animation and commercials, and the parodies. In total, this amounts to over 400 titles.

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