Shakespeare's classic tale retold in Dr. Seuss-style rhyme. Prince Hamlet seeks to avenge his father's murder, while his loyal servant SamIamlet tries to get him to sample a new food dish.

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Ronald H. Cohen ...
The King
Steve Collins ...
Allen Corcorran ...
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The Queen
Siobhán F. Jess ...
Robert A. Knop Jr. ...
Richard Mason ...
Horatio (as Richard James Mason)
Mike O'Neal ...
Josh Powlesson ...
David Santiago ...
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David Seal ...
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Shakespeare's classic tale retold in Dr. Seuss-style rhyme. Prince Hamlet seeks to avenge his father's murder, while his loyal servant SamIamlet tries to get him to sample a new food dish. Written by Andy Bogursky <bogursky@erols.com>

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Great presentation of an otherwise difficult read.
1 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We watched this in my Senior English class after reading the play and viewing the Mel Gibson version of the movie. Of course our teacher was there to help us out step by step along the way with the book so we would know what was going on, this version made it easy to follow the plot with the funny lines and good character acting. My teacher said it was created by a group of UCLA (I forget which college, Southern California though) for a school project. A great video to watch especially after the long Mel Gibson over-acting marathon. ;-) It follows the text very well and has surprisingly good costumes and settings for being a college student project.


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