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The RSC puts a modern spin on Shakespeare's Hamlet in this filmed-for-television version of their stage production. The Prince of Denmark seeks vengeance after his father is murdered and his mother marries the murderer.

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  • Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 3 nominations.
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Cast

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Hamlet
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Claudius / Ghost
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Gertrude
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Polonius
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Ophelia
Edward Bennett ...
Laertes
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Horatio
Sam Alexander ...
Rosencrantz / Second Gravedigger
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Guildenstern
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Gravedigger
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Player King
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Osric / Player Queen
Samuel Dutton ...
Dumbshow King
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Dumbshow Queen / Priest
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Reynaldo / Dumbshow Poisoner
Keith Osborn ...
Marcellus
Ewen Cummins ...
Barnardo
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Francisco / Fortinbras
Roderick Smith ...
Voltemand
Andrea Harris ...
Cornelia
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Lucianus
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Lady-in-waiting
Zoe Thorne ...
Lady-in-waiting
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
André Tchaíkowsky ...
Yorick

Directed by

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Gregory Doran

Written by

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William Shakespeare ... (play)

Produced by

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Seb Grant ... producer
David Horn ... executive producer: Thirteen for wnet.org
Bethan Jones ... executive producer: BBC
Taro Teraoka ... executive producer: NHK
Denise Wood ... executive producer: Royal Shakespeare Company
John Wyver ... producer

Music by

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Paul Englishby

Cinematography by

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Chris Seager

Film Editing by

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Tony Cranstoun

Editorial Department

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Adam Eddy ... on-line editor
Yoni Higgsmith ... post-production coordinator (as Yoni Smith)
Laura M. Kettle ... assistant editor
Jet Omoshebi ... colorist

Casting By

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Sam Jones

Production Design by

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Robert Jones

Art Direction by

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Rebecca Chippendale
James Hendy

Set Decoration by

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Naomi Reed
Verity Sadler

Costume Design by

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Robert Jones

Makeup Department

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Charlotte Le Moignan ... assistant makeup artist
Lucybelle Thompson ... assistant makeup artist
Deanne Turner ... makeup designer
Issy Webley ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Clare Bradbury ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jennie Fava ... second assistant director
Ben Rogers ... third assistant director
Toni Staples ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Callum Andrew ... construction manager (as Callum Andrews)
Joe Lucas ... set dresser
Hannah Tierney ... art department trainee

Sound Department

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Clive Derbyshire ... sound mixer
Peter Margrave ... sound maintenance
Andrew Stirk ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Scott Peters ... special effects floor supervisor

Stunts

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Terry King ... fight director

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ossian Bacon ... second assistant camera
Brian Beaumont ... gaffer
John Cooling ... rigger
John Ellis Evans ... focus puller
Neirin Jones ... digital imaging technician (as Nye Jones)
Colin Strachan ... grip
Mark Thornton ... electrician
Benjamin Michael Wearing ... camera trainee
Chris Williams ... clapper loader

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Samantha Evans ... dresser
Manuela Harding ... dresser
Andrew Joslin ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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Bruce White ... musician: viola

Script and Continuity Department

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Jayne Spooner ... script supervisor (2009)

Other crew

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Kate Andrews ... production runner
Suzy Brierley ... production runner
Ellie Kurttz ... stills photography
Ed Macdonald ... production runner
Kirsty Urquhart-Davies ... production coordinator (as Kirsty Urquhart)

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Special Effects

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Other Companies

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Гамлет (Russia)
  • Хамлет (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Гамлет (Ukraine)
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Runtime
  • 180 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Both of Sir Patrick Stewart's stints as Claudius have been opposite Time Lords from Doctor Who (1963). His first production being opposite Sir Derek Jacobi, who played The Master on Doctor Who (1963), and this production opposite David Tennant, the tenth man to play The Doctor. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Power and the Glory (2011). See more »

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