Richard Burton: A Bio-bibliography

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 324 pages

Actor Richard Burton conquered British theater as Hamlet in 1953 at the Old Vic, and, after a series of theatrical triumphs launched a film career that earned him seven Academy Award nominations among other awards and tributes. This bio-bibliography captures the significant events of his multimedia performances in theater, film, television, radio, and recordings as well as the excitement of a tumultuous and rich life off-stage with Elizabeth Taylor.

This is a comprehensive reference guide to Burton's international career, including his performances in 28 professional stage productions, 60 films, and many performances for television, radio and recordings. Additional features include a biography and a chronology of the important events of his life, and a comprehensive annotated bibliography that includes a list of magazine and newspaper articles that illustrate and disclose the notable moments of his life.

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About the author (1992)

TYRONE STEVERSON is a senior editor for a major publisher as well as a free-lance film historian.

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