Dave Karger Intro - Hamlet (1948)
TCMs Dave Karger introduces Hamlet, 1948.
Hamlet (1948) -- (Movie Clip) To Be Or Not To Be
Laurence Olivier with his take on a well-known speech, famously mixed between oratory and voice-over, becoming the first actor ever to direct himself to an Academy Award, in Hamlet, 1948.
Hamlet (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Murder Most Foul
With camera flourishes by Desmond Dickinson, director and star Laurence Olivier meets his father's ghost, the voice performed by Olivier with various sound treatments, in the 1948 Best Picture winner, Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Hamlet (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Bended Their Light To Me
Jean Simmons as Ophelia, daughter of the adviser to the possibly murdered king, entirely in her voice-over and pantomime with the prince, (director and star Laurence Olivier) reporting, in fact to his enemies, on his visit, in the acclaimed 1948 production of Hamlet.
Laurence Olivier -- (Movie Promo) Star Of The Month, April 2013
TCM's original promo for the April, 2013 Star Of The Month, Laurence Olivier.
Hamlet (1948) -- (Movie Clip) This Is The Tragedy
The star and director narrates the opening, guard Francisco (John Laurie) relieved by Bernardo (Esmond Knight), joined by Marcellus (Anthony Quayle) and Horatio (Norman Wooland), in Laurence Olivier's 1948 production of Hamlet.