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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING


Kill Claudio.
Marcus Stone:
Claudio, Deceived by Don John, Accuses Hero



(Allusion to title)


Gielgud
That's John Gielgud behind the
mask, in a 1952 production at
the Phoenix Theatre in London.
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