by William Shakespeare.
adapted for television by Andree Welstead.
[Starring] Royal Shakespeare Company
The production was originally staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company, first in Stratford-upon-Avon and then at the Company's London theatre, the Aldwych
(Michael Elliott's services and the appearance of Eric Flynn, Russell Hunter, and James Kerry by permission of the Directors of the Old Vic Trust Ltd.)
(First transmission on March 22, 1963)
Theatre setting and costumes designed by:
Music composed by:
Wrestling arranged by:
David Collison Theatre Projects
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Oliver, brother to Orlando:
Adam, servant to Oliver:
Charles, wrestler to Duke Frederick:
Rosalind, daughter to the banished Duke:
Celia daughter to Duke Frederick:
Touchstone, a clown:
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Attending on Duke Frederick - First lord:
Attending on Duke Frederick - Second lord:
Duke living in banishment:
Attending on the banished Duke - Amiens:
Attending on the banished Duke - First lord:
Sir Oliver Martext:
Jaques de Boys, brother to Oliver and Orlando:
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