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Scapino

Title
Scapino [videorecording] / Post-Newsweek presents The Young Vic ; freely adapted from the Molière play by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale ; original stage production directed by Frank Dunlop ; directed for television by Michael Redington.
Publication
London, 1974.

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Moving imageRestricted use NCOX 136Performing Arts Research Collections - TOFT

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Additional Authors
  • Molière, 1622-1673.
  • Dunlop, Frank, 1927-
  • Dale, Jim
  • Redington, Michael
  • Toms, Carl
  • Grey, Joel, 1932-
  • Reed, Gavin
  • Trigger, Ian
  • Brooke, Paul, 1944-
  • Robertson, Andrew, 1941-
  • Martin, Mel, 1947-
  • Coffey, Denise, 1936-
  • Taylor, Jeremy James
  • Charleson, Ian
  • Taylor, Ian
  • Hastings, Hugh
  • Coates, Alan
  • Austen, Jenny
  • Young Vic Theatre Company, producer.
  • Post-Newsweek Stations.
  • WTOP-TV (Television station : Washington, D.C.)
  • Post-Newsweek Stations, donor.
Description
1 videodisc (DVD) (75 min.) : sd., col.; 4 3/4 in.
Summary
Stage farce adapted from Molière's 1671 play Les Fourberies de Scapin, also known as Scapin. This adaptation is set in modern day Italy.
Alternative Title
  • Fourberies de Scapin
  • Scapin
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Drama.
  • Television.
Access (note)
  • Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits (note)
  • Designed by Carl Toms ; music by Jim Dale.
Performer (note)
  • Host: Joel Grey.
  • Jim Dale, Gavin Reed, Ian Trigger, Paul Brooke, Andrew Robertson, Mel Martin, Denise Coffey, Jeremy James Taylor, Ian Charleson, Ian Taylor, Hugh Hastings, Alan Coates, and Jenny Austen.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped at the Young Vic Theatre, London, England, 1974. The version seen on this videorecording was first broadcast on WTOP-TV, Washington, D.C., Dec. 1976.
Call Number
NCOX 136
OCLC
882110769
Title
Scapino [videorecording] / Post-Newsweek presents The Young Vic ; freely adapted from the Molière play by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale ; original stage production directed by Frank Dunlop ; directed for television by Michael Redington.
Imprint
London, 1974.
Access
Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits
Designed by Carl Toms ; music by Jim Dale.
Cast
Host: Joel Grey.
Jim Dale, Gavin Reed, Ian Trigger, Paul Brooke, Andrew Robertson, Mel Martin, Denise Coffey, Jeremy James Taylor, Ian Charleson, Ian Taylor, Hugh Hastings, Alan Coates, and Jenny Austen.
Event
Videotaped at the Young Vic Theatre, London, England, 1974. The version seen on this videorecording was first broadcast on WTOP-TV, Washington, D.C., Dec. 1976.
Local Note
Gift of Post-Newsweek Stations.
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Added Author
Molière, 1622-1673. Scapin. English.
Dunlop, Frank, 1927- adapter.
Dunlop, Frank, 1927- director.
Dale, Jim, adapter.
Dale, Jim, composer.
Dale, Jim, actor.
Redington, Michael, director.
Toms, Carl, set designer.
Toms, Carl, costume designer.
Grey, Joel, 1932- host.
Reed, Gavin, actor.
Trigger, Ian, actor.
Brooke, Paul, 1944- actor.
Robertson, Andrew, 1941- actor.
Martin, Mel, 1947- actor.
Coffey, Denise, 1936- actor.
Taylor, Jeremy James, actor.
Charleson, Ian, actor.
Taylor, Ian, actor.
Hastings, Hugh, actor.
Coates, Alan, actor.
Austen, Jenny, actor.
Young Vic Theatre Company, producer.
Post-Newsweek Stations.
WTOP-TV (Television station : Washington, D.C.)
Post-Newsweek Stations, donor.
Research Call Number
NCOX 136
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