The Tragedy of Richard III (Season 5, episode 6)

Directed by Jane Howell

Produced by Shaun Sutton
Taping dates: 31 March-6 April 1982
First transmitted in the UK: 23 January 1983
First transmitted in the US: 2 May 1983

Running Time (PAL DVD): 239 minutes

Peter Benson as the Ghost of Henry VI/Priest (uncredited)
Antony Brown as Sir Richard Ratcliffe
David Burke as Sir William Catesby
Michael Byrne as the Duke of Buckingham
Anne Carroll as Jane Shore
Paul Chapman as Earl Rivers/Archbishop of Canterbury (uncredited)
Ron Cook as Richard III
Rowena Cooper as Queen Elizabeth
Arthur Cox as Lord Grey/Lord Mayor of London/Sir Christopher (uncredited)
Annette Crosbie as the Duchess of York
David Daker as Lord Hastings
Brian Deacon as Henry, Earl of Richmond/Second Citizen
Jeremy Dimmick as Young Duke of York
Tenniel Evans as Lord Stanley/Archbishop of York
Derek Farr as Sir Robert Brackenbury/Earl of Surrey/Scrivener (uncredited)/Third Citizen (uncredited)/Bishop of Ely (uncredited)
Dorian Ford as Edward, Prince of Wales
Julia Foster as Margaret
Derek Fuke as Sir Thomas Vaughan/Second Murderer/Richard’s Fourth Messenger (uncredited)
Alex Guard as the Marquess of Dorset
Bernard Hill as First Murderer/Sir William Brandon (uncredited)/Sheriff of Wiltshire (uncredited)
Paul Jesson as George, Duke of Clarence/Pursuivant (uncredited)/Richard’s Third Messenger (uncredited)
Patsy Kensit as Lady Margaret Plantagenet
Rusty Livingston as Richard’s Page
Oengus MacNamara as Lord Lovell/Halberdier/Elizabeth’s Messenger (uncredited)/Richard’s First Messenger (uncredited)
Brian Protheroe as Edward IV/Sir Walter Herbert (uncredited)/Richard’s Second Messenger (uncredited)
Nick Reding as the Ghost of the Prince of Wales
Stephen Rooney as Edward Plantagenet
Zoë Wanamaker as Lady Anne
Mark Wing-Davey as Sir James Tyrell/Sir James Blunt (uncredited)/First Citizen (uncredited)
Peter Wyatt as the Duke of Norfolk/Keeper (uncredited)/Stanley’s Messenger (uncredited)

Final song from Broadchurch

Watching “Broadchurch” I paid attantion on wonderful song sounding at the final of this catched triller.

Then I found that this is Hollow Talk by Choir of Young Believers. The video is charming as well.

If you haven’t watched British television crime drama “Broadchurch” it worth to start to right now. This is my favorite one as well as Danish/Swedish TV series “The Bridge“.

Reportedly that this British TV is set to remaking in US by the title Gracepoint. David Tennant will reprise his role in the US version as well. He will play the same character but his name is changed for Detective Emmett Carvery. (Who knows why do they do so?!)

A press release for the show which came out on Monday reveals that Breaking Bad alum Anna Gunn has signed up to star in it. Anna will be filling the role of Ellie Miller, a reimagining of Olivia Colman’s character of the same name in Broadchurch.

Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis were probably the greatest comedy team in the history of show business. The list of thir best includes such movies as:

1949 My Friend Irma Seymour Steve Laird Film Debut
1950 My Friend Irma Goes West Seymour Steve Laird
1950 At War with the Army PFC Alvin Korwin Sgt Victor Puccinelli
1951 That’s My Boy ‘Junior’ Jackson Bill Baker
1952 Sailor Beware Melvin Jones Al Crowthers
1952 Jumping Jacks Hap Smith Chick Allen
1952 Road to Bali ‘Woman’ in Lala’s Dream Man in Lala’s Dream Cameo; first appearance in Technicolor
1953 The Stooge Theodore Rogers Bill Miller
1953 Scared Stiff Myron Mertz Larry Todd
1953 The Caddy Harvey Miller, Jr. Joe Anthony
1953 Money from Home Virgil Yokum Herman “Honey Talk” Nelson Filmed in 3-D.
1954 Living It Up Homer Flagg Dr. Steve Harris
1954 3 Ring Circus Jerome F. Hotchkiss Pete Nelson Re-released in 1978 as ‘Jerrico The Wonder Clown’
1955 You’re Never Too Young Wilbur Hoolick Bob Miles
1955 Artists and Models Eugene Fullstack Rick Todd
1956 Pardners Wade Kingsley Sr/Wade Kingsley Jr Slim Mosley Sr/Slim Mosley Jr
1956 Hollywood or Bust

Finally, after 16 films (all of which made money, the pair never had a box-office flop), a TV series (“The Colgate Comedy Hour”), several radio shows, and scores of frenetic, unforgettable live appearances on stage and in clubs, Dean and Jerry decided to end their lucrative partnership. On July 25, 1956, 10 years to the day after they teamed up, Dean and Jerry officially called it quits.

In 1960, four years after the split, Dean and Jerry were both performing at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. After Dean’s closing show, Jerry made a surprise appearance on stage. Dean introduced his ex-partner from the stage. Jerry came on and the two clowned around together for 15 minutes. Dean sang “Come Back to Me” to Jerry. Jerry joined in and they sang the song together.

“We talked for about an hour. He cried, I cried. I said, “Life’s too short, my friend. This is one of those things that God hands us, and we have to somehow go on with our lives. That’s what Dino would have wanted.”

Judy Garland

Famous actress and singer, American icon, which had outstanding success and popularity, starting from the movie “The Wizard of Oz” and the song “Somewhere over the rainbow” she made so famous. She became a star at 15 and remains the youngest person to ever win the Academy Award’s Cecille B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement at 39. She had been loved by public trough the years, even after she failed her voice and her physical reserves had been spent in various illnesses.

Rainbow: The stormy life of Judy Garland is the book, written by Christopher Finch, that became probably one of the most completely satisfying Judy Garland’s biographies.

The author writes not only about Garland’s life in well researched, eloquent prose, hi also provides a broad overview of the world and times in which Garland had been worked and lived. It’s really good book on one of the greatest entertainers of how she lived her life.

Judy Garland wrote about herself: “No wonder I was strange. Imagine whipping out of bed, dashing over to the doctor’s office, lying down on a torn leather couch, telling my troubles to an old man who couldn’t hear, who answered with an accent I couldn’t understand, and then dashing to Metro to make movie love to Mickey Rooney.”

Unlawful Killing film online

“Unlawful Killing” is a 2011 British documentary film, directed by Keith Allen, about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997.

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