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All's well that ends well (Television program : 1981)

Play about the new wife of a young count who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband.

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  • "Plays written by William Shakespeare"@en
  • "Shakespeare's All's well that ends well"
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  • "Complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare"@en

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  • "Play about the new wife of a young count who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "Television presenter Barry Took gives a personal view of Shakespeare's All's well that ends well, placing it in its historical context and showing its relevance to modern audiences."@en
  • ""When Helena administers a cure to the gravely ill King of France, he offers her a choice of husband. Helena chooses Bertram, the Count of Rousillon. He insists that he will never be her 'true' husband unless she wears his family ring and becomes pregnant with his child. Following him to Florence, Helena embarks upon a plan that will lead her to claim her rightful spouse."--Container."
  • "A dramatization of Shakespeare's play All's well that ends well."@en
  • "A presentation of Shakespeare's comedy. Helena, new wife of Count Bertram, resorts to trickery to win the respect and affection of her husband. Suggested audience: senior secondary, tertiary, general."
  • "Delightful scenes and clever characters contribute to the frivolity of this light comedy in which Shakespeare uses one of his favorite devices: trickery. Helena, new wife of the young Count Bertram, resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband -- a plot relished by Elizabethan playgoers. By extolling the cunning of a woman in love, this play exemplifies a typical element of a medieval romance."@en
  • "SUMMARY: "Here Shakespeare uses one of his favorite devices-trickery in a plot relished by Elizabethan playgoers. The young countess resorts to chicanery to win her husband's respect." Ambrose Video http://www.ambrosevideo.com/displayitem.cfm?vid=569"
  • "Television dramatization of William Shakespeare's play All's well that ends well."@en
  • "Originally broadcast in 1981. Certificate U. Running time 142 mins."
  • "Delightful scenes and clever characters contribute to the frivolity of this light comedy in whcih Shakespeare uses one of his favorite devices--trickery. Helena, new wife of the young Count Bertram, resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband -- a plot relished by Elizabethan playgoers. By extolling the cunning of a woman in love, this play exemplifies a typical element of medieval romance."
  • "Presents a dramatization of William Shakespeare's play entitled All's well that ends well."@en
  • "Presents Shakespeare's play about a young countess who resorts to chicanery to win the respect of her husband."@en
  • "The dramatization of Shakespeare's play entitled All's well that ends well."@en
  • "The new wife of a young count resorts to chicanery to win her husband's respect, a typical ploy of medieval romance."@en
  • "Raconte l'histoire de la femme d'un jeune comte, utilisant tous les moyens pour gagner le respect et l'affection de son mari."
  • "Television dramatization of William Shakespeare's play: All's well that ends well."@en
  • "The wife of a young count resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband. A dark comedy by William Shakespeare."
  • "Helena loves the arrogant Bertram, and when she cures the King of France of his sickness, she claims Bertram as her reward. But her new husband, flying from Helena to join the wars, attaches two obstructive conditions to their marriage - conditions he is sure will never be met. Featuring Olivier-award winning actress Janie Dee as the Countess of Roussillon, Sam Crane as Bertram, and Ellie Piercy as Helena."
  • "A dramatization of Shakespeare's play entitled All's well that ends well."
  • "A dramatization of Shakespeare's play entitled All's well that ends well."@en
  • "Dramatisation of Shakespeare's play. It is a lesser-known play with many facets - of unrequited love, class distinction, sex, war and the role of women in society."@en
  • "Presents William Shakespeare's play about the wife of a young count who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband. Suggested audience: senior secondary, tertiary, general."
  • "Presents a dramatization of Shakespeare's comedy play entitled All's well that ends well."@en
  • "William Shakespeare's comedy about Helena, the new wife of Count Bertram, who resorts to chichanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "Helena loves Bertram, but he's of noble birth, while she's just a doctor's daughter. But Bertram is at the court of the King of France, who is ill, and Helena has a remedy that might cure him and win her the right to marry Bertram. But does Bertram want to marry her?"@en
  • "Delightful scenes and clever characters contribute to the frivolity of this light comedy in whcih Shakespeare uses one of his favorite devices--trickery. Helena, new wife of the young Count Bertram, resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband -- a plot relished by Elizabethan playgoers. By extolling the cunning of a woman in love, this play exemplifies a typical element of medieval romance."@en
  • "William Shakespeare's comedy about Helena, the new wife of Count Bertram, who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "Presentation of the play from the Peter Alexander text, directed for television."
  • "Presents William Shakespeare's comedy about the wife of a young count who resorts to chichanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "Presents William Shakespeare's comedy about the wife of a young count who resorts to chichanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."
  • "Presents William Shakespeare's play about the wife of a young count who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "Presents William Shakespeare's play about the wife of a young count who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."
  • "A dramatization of Shakespeare's play about Helena, the new wife of Count Bertram, who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "Presents Shakespeare's play about the wife of a young count who resorts to chicanery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
  • "A presentation of Shakespeare's comedy. Helena, new wife of Count Bertram, resorts to trickery to win the respect and affection of her husband."@en
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