ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Season 2, Episode 44

Twelfth Night (6 Jan. 1969)
"ITV Saturday Night Theatre" Twelfth Night (original title)

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John Moffatt ...
Sheila Reid ...
Maria
Riggs O'Hara ...
Paul Curran ...
Richard Leech ...
Antonio
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Christopher Timothy ...
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Good adaptation
1 March 2000 | by (Pittsburgh, PA, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a good adaptation of the Shakespearean play, Twelfth Night, a romantic comedy. Although a few scenes and some dialogue from speeches are missing, the acting is superb with Alec Guinness and Tommy Feste giving brilliant performances as Malvolio and Feste the fool. Joan Plowright also gave a strong performance in her two parts, Viola and Sebastian, the long-lost siblings. I highly recommend this movie to anyone. It has comedy-you cannot help but laugh when Malvolio puts on yellow stockings and struts done the walkway-and love triangles that everyone should enjoy.


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