Richard Burton - Doctor Faustus - Christopher Marlowe - HD Restored - Remastered

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The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus - Richard Burton - Christopher Marlowe - AUDIO VERSION (1966) - HD Restored - Remastered

Directed By – Denis Comper

[Dr. Faustus] – Richard Burton
[1st Scholar] – Richard Heffer
[2nd Scholar] – Hugh Williams
[3rd Scholar] – Gwydion Thomas
[Chorus] – Robert Scott
[Cornelius] – Richard Carwardine
[Covetousness] – Phillip Hodson
[Envy] – Antony Braime
[Gluttony] – Alan Moses
[Lechery] – Jenny Moss
[Lucifer] – David McIntosh
[Mephistophilis] – Andreas Teuber
[Pride] – Nicholas Gray
[Sloth] – Patrick Barwise
[Wagner] – David Wood
[Wrath] – Michael Meneaugh

Richard Burton and members of the Oxford University Dramatic Society.
A recording based on the celebrated Oxford production of 1966.
Recorded in England.

AUDIO / IMAGE HD Restoration - Sources and/or Archive copies quality used for this restoration: poor/medium.

This recording is for educational purposes only and is covered under Fair Use doctrine - Copyright - All rights reserved to their respective owners.

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