Hamlet

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HAMLET, Eng. law. A small village; a part or member of a vill.

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Oh Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Young, spirited, influential, in love, and totally incapable of making a decision:
(18.) Philip Edwards, ed., Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, New Cambridge Shakespeare (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985), 242.
Before you can say "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark," the violins, accordion and percussion have melted into the background, and Lawrence and two colleagues begun the play's opening scene.
Sir Derek won a Bafta for the 1976 TV hit I, Claudius, and went on to take roles in BBC productions of Shakespeare's Richard II (1978) and Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark (1980), as well as US sitcom Frasier and Robert Altman's film Gosford Park (both in 2001).