The Winter's Tale

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This feature is a filmed stage production of the tragedy by William Shakespeare. Laurence Harvey stars as Leontes, the jealous king who eventually repents his wrongdoings. Moira Redmond is Queen Hermione who is victimized by the indiscretions of her monarch husband. Jane Asher is the village peasant girl Perdita and Diana Churchill plays Paulina. The role of Autocylus is played admirably by Jim Dale, who also provided the music for this production. The performance comes from a television show produced at the Intertel Wembley studios. Along with Romeo and Juliet, 1968 was a good year for the immortal bard, whose timeless plays were being received by a younger, receptive audience through shrewd production and prudent casting with an eye towards capturing a more youthful audience.

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Laurence Harvey
as King Leontes
Jane Asher
as Perdita
Moira Redmond
as Hermione
Jim Dale
as Autolycus
Richard Gale
as Polixenes
Richard Gale
as Polixenes
David Weston
as Florizel/Archidamas
John Gray
as Clown
Alan Foss
as Antigonus
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