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Scottish film memories - Macbeth

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Our video special recalls classic films based on Shakespeare's play Macbeth.

In the April issue of Scottish Memories magazine, we take a look at the various film and TV depictions of William Shakespeare's Macbeth, known to many as The Scottish Play.

This video of a reading of Macbeth is played alongside still images from the 1948 Orson Welles film version of the play:



The 1972 Macbeth was directed by Roman Polanski and filmed not in Scotland but near Portmeirion, Wales:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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