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Was Marlowe Shakespeare? Much Ado About Something

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Uploaded on Nov 9, 2008

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Scenes from my 90 min. documentary, a film which explores the possibility that William Shakespeare was actually a front man for Christopher Marlowe.

You can get the complete film from Amazon, PBS Frontline, or myself

Film clips used have been purchased.

For the latest on the Marlowe theory, get Daryl Pinksen's excellent book, Marlowe's Ghost, and go to Carlo DiNota's blog:
http://www.marlowe-shakespeare.blogsp...

Please visit The International Marlowe-Shakespeare Society
http://marloweshakespeare.org

"Much Ado About Something is a film of ideas - well, notions, anyway - that are bound to stimulate discussion, an aspect long missing from documentary [. . .] Mr. Rubbo is an old-fashioned rabble-rouser, and he knows a good story when he finds it. And he's got one in this case, with its adherents to a cause and their whipsaw articulation of thoughts." (Elvis Mitchell, New York Times)

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