In October of 1963, he starred in the National Theatre of Great Britain's production of "Hamlet", under the direction of Laurence Olivier
, who had both starred in and directed the 1948 film version of the play. It was the National Theatre's inaugural production and, unfortunately, it was never filmed, recorded, or televised.
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[on Henry II, a king he portrayed in both Becket
(1964) and The Lion in Winter
(1968)] I like the man. He interests me. He never lost a battle, and yet he never fought a battle if he could arrange it diplomatically. The last thing he ever wanted was to fight, but when he did, he fought. A man of great wit - funny, a lawgiver - and yet at the same time, frail, human. Now, am I describing me? I ...