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A scholarly king and his three companions swear off the society of women for three years, only to have a diplomatic visit from a French princess and her three ladies-in-waiting thwart their... See more »

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Jonathan Kent ...
Ferdinand, King of Navarre
Christopher Blake ...
Longaville
Geoffrey Burridge ...
Dumain
Mike Gwilym ...
Berowne
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Don Armado
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Moth
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Costard
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Dull
Paddy Navin ...
Jaquenetta
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Boyet
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The Princess of France
Katy Behean ...
Maria
Petra Markham ...
Katharine
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Rosaline
Jay Ruparelia ...
Adrian
John Burgess ...
Sir Nathaniel
John Wells ...
Holofernes
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Marcade
Linda Kitchen ...
Spring
Susanna Ross ...
Winter

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Elijah Moshinsky

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William Shakespeare ... (play)

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Shaun Sutton ... producer

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Stephen Oliver

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John Summers

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Stan Pow

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Tony Abbott
Barbara Gosnold

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Colin Lavers

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Kezia De Winne ... makeup artist

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Derek Miller-Timmins ... sound

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Garth Tucker ... camera supervisor

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John Wilders ... literary consultant
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When the King of Navarre and three of his cronies swear to spend all their days in study and not to look at any girls, they've forgotten that the daughter of the King of France is coming on a diplomatic visit. And the lady herself and her attendants play merry havoc with their intentions. Written by Kathy Li

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  • The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost (United States)
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Trivia Elijah Moshinsky used the paintings of Jean-Antoine Watteau, especially his use of fête galante in pictures such as L'Embarquement pour Cythère, the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the writing of Pierre de Marivaux as inspiration during the making of this episode See more »
Movie Connections Version of Love's Labour's Lost (1965). See more »
Quotes Ferdinand, King of Navarre: I love to hear him lie.
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