Directed by: Stuart Burge, Great Britain, 1965

Great Britain, 1965

Cast and Credits

Producer John Brabourne
Director Stuart Burge
Based on William Shakespeare
Director of Photography William Shakespeare
Composer Richard Hampton
Editor Richard Marden
Production Design William Kellner
Costume Design Jocelyn Herbert
Cast Laurence Olivier [Othello]
Maggie Smith [Desdemona]
Joyce Redman [Emilia]
Frank Finlay [Jago]
Derek Jacobi [Cassio]
Robert Lang [Rodrigo]
Kenneth MacKintosh [Ludovico]
Nicholas Edmett [Messenger]
Edward Hardwicke [Montano]
David Hargreaves [Senate Officer]
Roy Holder [Clown]
Harry Lomax [Duke of Venice]
Keith Marsh [Senator]
Anthony Nicholls [Brabantio]
Sheila Reid [Bianca]
Janie Booth
Andrew Bradford
Peter Collier
Michael Gambon
Reginald Green
William Hobbs
Peter John
Lewis Jones
Terence Knapp
Trevor Martin
John McEnery
Dan Meaden
Petronella D. Parker
Bruce Purchase
Malcolm Reynold
Robert Russell
Clive Rust
Clive Rust [Senate Officer]
Clive Rust [Gratiano]

Technical specifications
Locations or Studios: Shepperton Studios
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:2,35 - Black and White Technicolor,
Sound System: 70 mm 6-Track Stereo

General Information

Othello is a motion picture produced in the year 1965 as a Great Britain production. The Film was directed by Stuart Burge, with Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith, Joyce Redman, Frank Finlay, Derek Jacobi, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Othello available.

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