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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I'm a professional, and I'll do anything - a poetry reading, television, cinema, anything that allows me to act... [And also because] it's what I do for a living and, besides, I've got bookies to keep.
It is interesting to note that the DVD of Rogue Male
(1977) has a two page biography of Peter O'Toole that at the end reads as follows: Peter O'Toole died in 2003 after a long illness. Whoever entered that erroneous fact must have been very surprised to see Peter show up at the Academy Awards for his nomination in Venus
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