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Hamlet
      
"Brevity is the Soul of Wit."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Hamlet
Hamlet
      
"To Be, or Not to Be: That is the Question."
Hamlet
      
"Neither a Borrower nor a Lender Be."
Hamlet
      
"This Above All: to Thine Own Self Be True."
Hamlet
      
"Though This Be Madness, Yet There is Method in 't."
Hamlet
      
"That It Should Come to This!"
Hamlet
      
"There is Nothing Either Good or Bad, but Thinking Makes It So."
Hamlet
      
"The Lady Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks."
Hamlet
      
"In My Mind's Eye."
Hamlet
      
"A Little More Than Kin, and Less Than Kind."
Hamlet
      
"The Play's the Thing Wherein I'll Catch the Conscience of the King."
Hamlet
      
"And It Must Follow, As the Night the Day, Thou Canst Not then Be False to Any Man."
Hamlet
      
"Doubt That the Sun Doth Move, Doubt Truth to Be a Liar, but Never Doubt I Love."
Hamlet
      
"Rich Gifts Wax Poor when Givers Prove Unkind."
Hamlet
      
"I Will Speak Daggers to Her, but Use None."
Hamlet
      
"When Sorrows Come, They Come Not Single Spies, but in Battalions."
Hamlet
   is a   
Tragic Play
Ophelia
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Daughter to Polonius
Horatio
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Friend to Hamlet
Claudius
   is a character in   
Hamlet
King of Denmark
Polonius
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Lord Chamberlain
Laertes
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Son to Polonius
Rosencrantz
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Courtier. It means "wreath or crown of roses".
Guildenstern
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Courtier. The name means "golden star".
Osric
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Courtier
Father's Ghost
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Ghost of Hamlet's Father
Francisco
   is a character in   
Hamlet
A Soldier
Fortinbras
   is a character in   
Hamlet
Nephew to the King of Norway. Means "strong in arm" in French.
Hamlet
   begins   
"Who's There?"
Patrick Doyle
   wrote music for   
Hamlet (1996)
William Walton
   wrote music for   
Hamlet (1948)
Sir Laurence Olivier
   for his role in   
Hamlet (1948)
Even with his noble titles, he refused to carry on a conversation with anyone who wouldn't address him as "Larry."Knighted in 1947, made life peer in 1970, awarded the Order of Merit in 1981. He and Roberto Benigni are the only two actors to have directed themselves in Oscar-winning performances.
1948
   the winner was   
Hamlet
Directed by Lawrence Olivier for Universal-International (British)
Kate Winslet
   starred in   
Hamlet (1996)
Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark
   appeared in   
Hamlet
1948
Sarah Bernhardt
   owned a dog called   
Hamlet
Tet Offensive, Hamlet of Ap Bac, Saigon
   are all   
Famous Battles of the Vietnam War
Ophelia, Polonius, Yorick
   are all   
Characters in Hamlet
Laurence Olivier
   directed   
Hamlet (1948)
Yorick
   appeared in   
Hamlet
"Alas poor Yorick" A court jester
Hamlet (1996)
   starred   
Richard Attenborough, David Blair and Brian Blessed
Director: Kenneth Branagh. Also starred Kenneth Branagh, Richard Briers & Michael Bryant. Plot: Hamlet (Branagh), Prince of Denmark, returns home to find his father murdered and his mother remarrying the murderer, his uncle. Meanwhile, war is brewing.
William Faulkner
   wrote   
The Hamlet
Hamlet and Ophelia
   was performed by   
Gilliam and Jones
O fair Ophelia, nymph, in thy orisons, be all my sins remembered ...
Hamlet (1948)
   starred   
John Laurie, Esmond Knight and Anthony Quayle
IMDB rating 8.0/10. Director: Laurence Olivier. 4 Oscars incl. Best Picture. 2 Golden Globes. 2 Bafta Awards.
What Dreams May Come by Richard Matheson
   was titled from the literary source   
Hamlet
William Shakespeare
Laurence Olivier
   won the Golden Globe for   
Hamlet
Best Actor - Drama, 1948
Blaise Hamlet
   is located in the ceremonial county of   
Bristol
A complex of small cottages around a green
Hecuba
   is played by Judi Dench in   
Hamlet (1995)
Eugène Delacroix
   painted   
Hamlet and Horatio in the Graveyard
1839, oil on canvas; Louvre, Paris






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