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Henry IV (1995)

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An adaptation of the two parts of Henry IV.

Director: John Caird

Release Date: 1995-10-27
Status: Released
Run time: 175 min / 2:55
Production Company : British Broadcasting Corporation
Production Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: 1995-10-27
Status: Released
Run time: 175 min / 2:55

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Ronald Pickup
as Henry IV
Jonathan Firth
as Prince Hal
David Calder
as Falstaff
Roger Allam
as King Richard II
Rufus Sewell
as Harry Percy (Hotspur)
Corin Redgrave
as Earl of Worcester


Directing John Caird Director
Writing William Shakespeare Writer

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  • “Henry IV” Parts 1 and 2 finish their repertory run at the Shakespeare Tavern on Oct. 21, and our main review of the “Henry” plays can be found at this link. Both are directed by Jeff Watkins.

  • Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 1 is the second filmed play of the four that make up The Hollow Crown, produced by the BBC for the “Cultural Olympiad” of 2012. As the play/film opens, the king (Jeremy Irons) is struggling with insurrection on two fronts.

  • The Shakespeare Tavern is currently running the Bard’s “Henry IV, Part 1” and “Henry IV, Part II” in repertory through Oct. 21, but you must check their website carefully for performance ...

  • (Henry IV hardly appears in the two plays that bear his name, though his best scene comes moments before his death, when he sees his son with crown in hand and acknowledges that he is ready to ...

  • Henry IV Part I is personally my favorite of his plays and I take the typical stance of being a Falstaff sympathizer (expedited by Roger Allam's portrayal at Shakespeare's Globe and Orson Welles' in Chimes at Midnight), but enjoy all the characters and their interactions.

  • Tom Hanks makes his West Coast stage debut as Falstaff in Daniel Sullivan's new production of 'Henry IV,' also featuring Joe Morton and Hamish Linklater under the stars at the Japanese Garden on ...

  • Henry IV Parts I and II review – Antony Sher's magnificent, magnetic Falstaff 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. These plays embrace the whole range of human experience and the RSC's production is ...

  • Henry IV, Shakespeare’s two-part play that makes for a three hour-plus theater experience at the Japanese Garden on the V.A. campus, can be considered a frenemy bromance between Linklater’s ...

  • Henry IV Reviewed by Vanessa Cate The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles Through July 1 So, you’re considering putting down the money and making the three-plus hour commitment to see the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles’ production of Henry IV.And — if we’re being honest — you’re probably doing so because of the star power of the production.

  • Henry IV is a strange play — something that is not really whole when divided, as written, into Parts One and Two, but that feels overlong when smashed together. As Shakespeare goes, it’s the ...