King Henry IV, Part I Movies & Media Adaptations

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Henry IV; Part I. University of Michigan, 1961.

Depicts England as a society split by civil war and the Prince of Wales as a young man preparing to become the next king. Distributed by Film Video Library. 29 minutes.

Henry IV, Part I. Cedric Messina, Dr. Jonathan Miller, BBC, 1980.

Prince Hal, heir to the throne, appears to be wasting his youth in the company of the drunkard, Falstaff. Price Hal redeems himself at the battle of Shrewsbury, where the tension between King Henry IV and the rebels has come to a head. Part of the "Shakespeare Plays" series. Distributed by Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc. 147 minutes.

Henry IV; Part I: Act II, Scene IV; Act V; Scene IV. Seabourne Enterprises Ltd., 1971.

Portrayal of these scenes enables students to focus on the atmosphere and theme of the play. Distributed by Phoenix/BFA Films. 17 minutes.

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