Hamlet (DVD, 2009)

Product code: 63110

Hamlet (DVD, 2009)

David Tennant as Hamlet
Patrick Stewart as Claudius / Ghost
Penny Downie as Gertrude
Oliver Ford Davies as Polonius
Mariah Gale as Ophelia
Edward Bennett as Laertes
Peter De Jersey as Horatio
Sam Alexander as Rosencrantz / Second Gravedigger
Tom Davey as Guildenstern
Mark Hadfield as Gravedigger
John Woodvine as Player King
Ryan Gage as Osric / Player Queen
Samuel Dutton as Dumbshow King
Jim Hooper as Dumbshow Queen / Priest
David Ajala as Reynaldo / Dumbshow Poisoner
Keith Osborn as Marcellus
Ewen Cummins as Barnardo
Robert Curtis as Francisco / Fortinbras
Roderick Smith as Voltemand
Andrea Harris as Cornelia
Ricky Champ as Lucianus
Riann Steele as Lady-in-waiting
Zoe Thorne as Lady-in-waiting

Certificate 12
Running Time 182 mins
Region 2
Main Language English
Subtitles English
Release Date 04/01/2010

Number of Discs 1
Special Features
Interactive Menu
Scene Access
The Making of Hamlet, a 35-minute film with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with, among others, David Tennant, Patrick Stewart and Gregory Doran.
An audio commentary track by director Gregory Doran, director of photography Chris Seager and co-producer Sebastian Grant.

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