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Shakespeare in Pop Culture

Early Shakespeare
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Charlotte Stock

on 29 April 2011

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Shakespeare in Pop Culture Movies Shes the Man
West Side Story 10 Things I Hate About You Gnomeo & Juliet Lion King Kiss Me Kate Shakespeare in love Parodies Sassy Gay friend Hamlet 2 Looney Tunes Reading of A Night in Elsinore TV Star Trek Happy Days Twilight Zone By 2293, the works of Shakespeare were known to Klingons such as Chancellor Gorkon and General Chang. Gorkon stated that Shakespeare could only truly be experienced in "the original Klingon", and Chang quoted liberally from Shakespeare's plays. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

"The Bard" "Shakespeare", when entered into Google has more resuls than: Mozart, Hitler, Gandhi and Elvis and Oprah. More than John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Bugs Bunny, Clint Eastwood and Al Pacino combined. Twelfth Night Romeo & Juliet Taming of the Shrew Romeo & Juliet Hamlet Taming of the Shrew Phrases coined by Shakespeare A fool's paradise Romeo & Juliet (Nurse)
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet Romeo & Juliet (Juliet)
A sorry sight Macbeth (Macbeth)
All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players As You Like It (Jaques)
As dead as a doornail King Henry VI Part2 (Cade)
But, for my own part, it was Greek to me Julius Ceasar (Casca)
Come what may Macbeth
Eaten out of house and home Henry IV part 2 (Mistress Quickley)
Fair play the Tempest (Miranda)
Fancy free A Midsummer Nights Dream Oberon
Fight fire with fire King John
Heart's content Henry VI part 2, Merchant of Venice
In my mind's eye, Horatio Hamlet
Love is blind Merchant of Venice (Jessica)
Night owl The Rape of Lucrece
Primrose path Hamlet (Ophelia)
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em Twelfth Night (Malvolio)
Star crossed lovers Romeo & Juliet Prologue
Such stuff as dreams are made on The Tempest (Casablanca) Prospero
There's method in my madness Hamlet (“Though this be madness there is method in it)
To Be, or not to be Hamlet
Wear your heart on your sleeve Othello (Iago)
What a piece of work is man Hamlet (Song title from Hair)
Wild goose chase Romeo & Juliet (Mercutio)
Throne of Blood Macbeth Film/TV Titles based on Shakespeare To The Manor Born Leave Her to Heaven North By Northwest Parodies Sassy Gay Friend Looney Tunes SHAKESPEARE IN POP CULTURE Shakespeare, when entered into Google has more results than, Mozart, Hitler, Gandhi and Elvis; more than John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Bugs bunny, Clint Eastwood and Al Pacino combined. She's the Man- Twelfth Night West Side Story- Romeo & Juliet "O"- Othello Lion King- Hamlet Hamlet 2 A Night in Elsinore Reading A fool's paradise: Romeo & Juliet (Nurse)

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet: Romeo & Juliet (Juliet)

A sorry sight: Macbeth (Macbeth)

All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players: As You Like It (Jaques)

As dead as a doornail: King Henry VI Part2 (Cade)

But, for my own part, it was Greek to me: Julius Ceasar (Casca)

Come what may: Macbeth (Macbeth)

Eaten out of house and home: Henry IV Part2 (Mistress Quickley)

Fair play: The Tempest (Miranda)

Fancy free: A Midsummer Nights Dream (Oberon)

Fight fire with fire: King JohnIn my mind's eye, Horatio: Hamlet (Hamlet)

Love is blind: Merchant of Venice (Jessica)

Night owl: The Rape of LucrecePrimrose path: Hamlet (Ophelia)

Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em: Twelfth Night (Malvolio)

Star crossed lovers: Romeo & Juliet (Prologue)

Such stuff as dreams are made on: The Tempest (Prospero) *also used in Casablanca

There's method in my madness: Hamlet (Hamlet, “Though this be madness there is method in it”)

To Be, or not to be: Hamlet (Hamlet)

Wear your heart on your sleeve: Othello (Iago)

What a piece of work is man: Hamlet (Song title from Hair)

Wild goose chase: Romeo & Juliet (Mercutio) Phrases Coined by Shakespeare Gnomeo and Juliet- do we really need to say? 10 Things I Hate About You- Taming of the Shrew Throne of Blood- Macbeth Movie Adaptations Tv/Film titles from Shakeseare To The Manor Born Leave Her to Heaven North by Northwest Hamlet: Hamlet, "I am but mad north-north-west" Hamlet: Ghost, "leave her to heaven, and to those thorns that in her bosom lodge..." Hamlet: Hamlet, "though I am a native here and to the manor born..." BBC Show 1945 Film 1959 Film Kiss Me Kate- Taming of the Shrew Shakespeare Merchandise The Dogs of War "The West Wing" Episode Julius Ceasar: Marcus Antonius, "And Ceasar's spirit...shall in these confines...let slip the dogs of war" Ill Met By Moonlight "Gargoyles" espisode A Midsummer Night's Dream: Oberon, "Ill met by the moon, proud Titania." The Beast with a Billion Backs "Futurama" episode Othello: Iago, "...your daughter and the Moor are now making the beast with two backs." *Star Trek has more references to Shakespeare than any other TV show ("Thine Own Self", "Mortal Coil", "Once More Unto The Breach", "Daggar of the Mind", "By Any Other Name") just to list a few. A Witch's Tangled Hare Star Trek VI: Chancellor Gorkon, "You have not experienced Shakespeare until you have read him in the original Klingon." There are over 130 Shakespeare festivals/companies in the US http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63QnvcEjzIs
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