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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tommy Steele ...
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Sheila Reid ...
Riggs O'Hara ...
Paul Curran ...
Richard Leech ...
John Byron ...
Christopher Timothy ...
Kurt Christian ...
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Stellar cast is excellent in the bard's whimsical confection
3 April 2004 | by (Fairfax, VA) – See all my reviews

Stellar cast is excellent in the bard's whimsical confection...don't expect to see it better done anytime soon. As one would expect, the principle actors are wonderful. However,I must note the equally enchanting presences of two of the supporting players: Gary Raymond as the handsome, somewhat loftily arrogant prince, and Tommy Steele as a his minstrel who performs a lovely medieval ballad accompanying himself on a lute. They both added a great deal of character and romance to this delightful work. This is a prime example of what television is capable of presenting if only there were more producers interested in elevating the tone. I haven't seen anything this enjoyable or star studded since Hallmark Hall of Fame's presentation of another Shakespeare favorite "The Tempest", which boasted Richard Burton, Lee Remick, and Tom Poston in its cast.

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