Hamlet (1913 film)

Hamlet is a 1913 British silent drama film directed by Hay Plumb and starring Johnston Forbes-Robertson, Gertrude Elliot and Walter Ringham.[1] It is an adaptation of the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare made by the Hepworth Company and based on the Drury Lane Theatre's 1913 staging of the work.

Cast

  • Johnston Forbes-Robertson - Hamlet
  • Gertrude Elliot - Ophelia
  • Walter Ringham - Claudius
  • Adeleine Bourne - Gertrude
  • J.H. Barnes - Polonius
  • S.A. Cookson - Horatio
  • Alex Scott-Gatty - Laertes
  • Grendon Bentley - Fortinbras
  • Montagu Rutherford - Priest
  • J.H. Ryley - A Gravedigger
  • Percy Rhodes - The Ghost
  • Robert Atkins - Marcellus
  • Eric Adeney - Reynaldo
  • Richard Andean - Second Player
  • George Hayes - Osric
  • S.T. Pearce - Second Gravedigger
  • Olive Richardson - Player Queen
  • E.A. Ross - Guildenstern

See also

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