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The Winter's Tale (1999)

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William Shakespeare's play as performed by the Barbican Theater in 1999.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Steven Atholl ...
Ken Bones ...
Christopher Brand ...
Young Shepherd
Emily Bruni ...
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Nancy Carroll ...
Lady in waiting
Gil Cohen-Alloro ...
Guard
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Jim Fish ...
Footman
Geoffrey Freshwater ...
Alexandra Gilbreath ...
James Hayes ...
Old Shepherd
Ian Hughes ...
Nicholas Khan ...
Mariner
Estelle Kohler ...
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William Shakespeare's play as performed by the Barbican Theater in 1999.

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This movie documents Estelle Kohler's performance for which she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 2000 (1999 season) for Best Supporting Actress. See more »

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Lady: Come, my gracious lord, shall I be your playfellow?
Mamillius, son of Leontes and Hermione: No, I'll none of you!
Lady: Why, my sweet lord?
Mamillius, son of Leontes and Hermione: You'll kiss me hard and speak to me as if I were a baby still.
[turns to second lady]
Mamillius, son of Leontes and Hermione: I love you better.
Second Lady: And why so, my lord?
Mamillius, son of Leontes and Hermione: Not for because your brows are blacker. Yet black brows, they say, become some women best, so that there be not too much hair there, but in a semicircle, or a half moon made up with pen.
Second Lady: Who tought this?
Mamillius, son of Leontes and Hermione: I learned it out of women's faces.
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