Shogsporian play of the same name. I've cited Kenneth Branagh's version before but let's hear that again, because for many it sets the recent standard for Band-of-brothersness:
- Kenneth Branagh. You might think it don't get better than that but hark:
- Richard Burton. Even without the moving image it is just The Voice. As I said before Burton's Under Milk Wood is pure poetry.
- Young Master Hatch gives it socks. Of course the music (ripped from Branagh's film) helps; but this kid has Presence
- Laurence Olivier does his best in the WWII propaganda film but credibility is diminished by having Oliver clanking about the [rather obvious] set on a pair of legs borrowed from C3PO.