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Vickie Church English 402 Final Paper May 3rd 2001 The Making of Richard III I believe that the only way to do Richard III justice is to produce it as a western using the famous gunfight at the OK Corral as the setting Actions packed movies are underlined with the same themes that I find in Shakespeares Richard III Deceit double-crossing power lust and of course murder In fact most historical conflicts have more than one of the elements that I have just mentioned When we weave the right historical moment into Richard III we will get a Hollywood phenomena Richard should be portrayed close to John Henry Holliday who was more known as Doc Holliday In Shakespeares story Richard is physically deformed Doc Holliday was also physically deformed but he had TB Richard appears to have no real friends as did Doc They both appeared to be cold-blooded killers and feared by many even shunned by family The opening scene of the film would be in the Oriental Saloon Richard would be sitting at a poker table alone throwing back shots of Kentucky whiskey as he speaks his first silique Now is the winter of our discontentMade glorious by this son of YorkAnd all the clouds that loured upon our housein the deep bosom of the ocean buriedNow are our brows bound with victorious wreathsour bruised arms hung up for monuments our stern alarums changed to merry meetings our dreadful marches to delightful measures lines 1-8 11 Then we see Richard as he stands up bring a handkerchief to his mouth thus implying that his deformity in this version is Tuberculosis He lays his money on the bar and begins to talk to the bartender But I am not shaped for sportive tricksNor made to court an amorous looking-glassI that am rudely stamped and want loves majesty to strut before a wanton ambling nymphcheated of feature by dissembling nature
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