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A ruthlessly ambitious Scottish lord siezes the throne with the help of his scheming wife - and a trio of witches. Anthony Quayle, Robert Hardy, Ian Holm, Stanley Holloway, and Jill Balcon star in an unabridged performance of Shakespeare's Macbeth.

©2010 Saland Publishing (P)2010 Saland Publishing

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  • Andrew
  • 23-02-11

Most of Act III is missing

If Audible can correct, then this version is highly recommended, with Anthony Quayle as Macbeth.

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  • Telorast
  • 25-07-12

New release-- Act IIII is fixed ... Sooo good

If you want Macbeth, this version is the one to get-- I must have listened to at least 8 or 10 audio renditions of Macbeth, and there always was something that didn't seem right (usually Lady Macbeth and/or the sisters). Not so in this dramatization. Anthony Quayle is excellent but Jill Balcon deserves equal kudos as a superb Lady Macbeth. Really I like everything about the production. The only downside is the incessant drumming in the war scenes. It obscures the dialog & is generally irritating. Regardless, it's a solid 5 star performance.

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