Black Adder remastered.

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Curtis, Richard, 1956- screenwriter.
Atkinson, Rowan, screenwriter,
Elton, Ben, screenwriter.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, author.
Shardlow, Martin, television director.
[London] : BBC Worldwide, c2014.
DVD TV Series - 2nd Floor
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[London] : BBC Worldwide, c2014.
Physical Desc
6 videodiscs (approximately 895 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.


General Note
Special features: Disc 1: Footnotes to history: War of the roses, Edinburgh, Archibishop of Canterbury, Royal marriages, Morris dancing. Disc 2: Commentaries: Bells (Ben Elton, Richard Curtis & John Lloyd), Money (Tony Robinson & Tim McInnerny), Chains (Stephen Fry); Footnotes to history: Walter Raleigh, Queen Elizabeth I, Tudor medicine, Alchemy, Tudor sanitation. Disc 3: Commentaries: Ink and incapability (Rowan Atkinson & John Lloyd), Amy and amiability (Ben Elton, Richard Curtis & John Lloyd), Duel and duality (Stephen Fry); Footnotes to history: The Pitts, Prince of Wales, Dr Samuel Johnson, Lord Horatio Nelson, Hell fire club, The Duke of Wellington, Dogsbody, Rotten boroughs, Theater. Disc 4: Commentaries: Major Star (Tony Tobinson & Tim McInnerny), Goodbyeee (Rowan Atkinson & John Lloyd); Footnotes to history: Battles of World War I, Doctor Crippen, Field Marshall Haig, WG Grace, LBW rule, Baron Manfred von Richthofen, Black cap. Disc 5: Baldrick's video diary (30 min. behind-the-scenes footage); Footnotes to history: Wellington's Wellington, Hadrian's wall, William Shakespeare, Robin Hood, Napoleon Bonaparte, Queen Elizabeth I. Disc 6: Blackadder rides again (59 min. documentary on the making of the series); Rowan Atkinson interview; Stephen Fry interview; Richard Curtis and Ben Elton interview; Tony Robinson interview; Miranda Richardson interview; Hilary Bevan Jones interview; Hugh Laurie interview; Rik Mayall interview; Costumes revisited.
Creation/Production Credits
Music composed by Howard Goodall ; film editor, Mike Jackson, Chris Wadsworth ; costume designers, Odile Dicks-Mireaux, Sue Clewett, Annie Hardinge, Richard Croft, Richard Winter ; designers, Nigel Curzon, Chris Hull, Antony Thorpe ; (Blackadder's Christmas carol) sung by Sally-Anne Marsh, Costandia Costi, Natalie Cramer, Lyrdia Cumber ; (Blackadder's back and forth) costume designer, Hazel Pethig ; production designer, Andrew Howe-Davies ; director of photography, Tony Pierce-Roberts ; editor, Guy Bensley ; title song performed by Giles Underwood ; "Robin Hood" written by Carl Stigman.
Rowan Atkinson, Tony Robinson, (Black Adder) Brian Blessed, Elspet Gray, Robert East, Tim McInnerny, Peter Cook, Miriam Margolyes, Jim Broadbent, Frank Finlay, Rik Mayall (Black Adder II) Tim McInnerny, Miranda Richardson, Stephen Fry, Patsy Byrne, Hugh Laurie, Rik Myall, (Black Adder the third) Hugh Laurie, Helen Atkinson-Wood, Robbie Coltrane, Miranda Richardson, Stephen Fry, Tim McInnerny, (Black Adder goes forth) Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Tim McInnerny, Geoffrey Palmer, Rik Mayall, Miranda Richardson, (Blackadder's Christmas carol) Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Miranda Richardson, Robbie Coltrane, Jim Broadbent, Miriam Margolyes, Patsy Byrne, Denis Lill, Pauline Melville, Philip Pope, Nicola Bryant, Ramsay Gilderdale, (Blackadder back and forth) Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Tim McInnerny, Miranda Richardson, Patsy Byrne, Colin Firth, Rik Mayall, Kate Moss, Crispin Harris, Simon Russell-Beale, Jenny Bond ; (Blackadder rides again) narrator, John Sergeant.
Date/Time and Place of Event
Originally broadcast on television 1983-1989.
Episodes of the comedy serial about the terminally treacherous Edmund, Duke of Edinburgh (alias The Black Adder) following him through time and English history from the 15th century to World War I.
System Details
DVD; NTSC, region 1; 4:3 aspect ratio; Dolby Digital stereo.
English SDH.


APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Curtis, R., Atkinson, R., Elton, B., Shakespeare, W., Shardlow, M., Fletcher, M., Boden, R., Weiland, P., O'Casey, M., Lloyd, J., Clarke-Jervoise, S., Bennett-Jones, P., Kelehar, R., Robinson, T., Blessed, B., Gray, E., East, R., McInnerny, T., Cook, P., Margolyes, M., Broadbent, J., Finlay, F., Mayall, R., Richardson, M., Fry, S., Byrne, P., Laurie, H., Atkinson-Wood, H., Coltrane, R., Palmer, G., Lill, D., Melville, P., Pope, P., Bryant, N., Gilderdale, R., Firth, C., Moss, K., Harris, C., Beale, S. R., Bond, J., Sergeant, J., Goodall, H., Dicks-Mireaux, O., Pierce-Roberts, T., & Underwood, G. (2014). Black Adder remastered (The ultimate edition.). BBC Worldwide.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Richard Curtis et al.. 2014. Black Adder Remastered. BBC Worldwide.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Richard Curtis et al.. Black Adder Remastered BBC Worldwide, 2014.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Curtis, Richard, et al. Black Adder Remastered The ultimate edition., BBC Worldwide, 2014.

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