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Richard Johnson/Dorothy Tutin - Letters Exchanged 04:41. Album: The Royal Shakespeare Company Presents The Hollow Crown.
Richard Johnson, who has died aged 87, was an MGM contract star and an associate artist at the Royal Shakespeare Company from its inception in 1960. In a career of astonishing range and variety, he was a handsome leading man – a 1958 Romeo, for instance, with Dorothy Tutin as Juliet – an action hero in wartime movies, a character actor, a producer, writer, lecturer and hotelier. He also turned down the role of James Bond in the first film of the series. Hall himself said that without Johnson’s commitment to the script of John Whiting’s The Devils of Loudon (after Aldous Huxley’s novel The Devils of Loudun), the first new play presented by the RSC at the Aldwych, his artistic policy would have fallen at the first fence. Richard Johnson and Dorothy Tutin in Romeo and Juliet, 1958. Photograph: Central Press/Getty Images. But Johnson’s career was full of surprises, too.
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The fatherly, urbane Richard Johnson was well-equipped for a career as one of the leading lights of the RSC, of which he was a founder member. At 17 he was part of John Gielgud's company at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, and then moved to Perth Rep, a stint punctuated by three years in the Royal Navy. His first stage triumph was playing Warwick in Peter Brook's production of Anouilh's The Lark at the Lyric, Hammersmith in 1955. After he had played Laertes in Brook's production of Hamlet with Paul Schofield, he and Tutin reunited for Romeo and Juliet at Stratford in 1958. Johnson then followed Peter Hall from the RSC to the National Theatre, indulging in his seldom expressed passion for comedy in Blithe Spirit and in Wycherley's The Country Wife (1977).
Dame Dorothy Tutin, DBE (8 April 1930 – 6 August 2001) was an English actress of stage, film and television. For her work in the theatre, she won two Olivier Awards and two Evening Standard Awards for Best Actress. She was made a CBE in 1967 and a Dame (DBE) in 2000. Tutin began her stage career in 1949 and won the 1960 Best Actress Evening Standard Award for Twelfth Night
Richard Johnson/Max Adrian. Richard Johnson/Dorothy Tutin - Letters Exchanged 04:41. John Barton/Richard Johnson/Dorothy Tutin/Max Adrian - Poem 05:52. James Walker - The Queene's Command 01:24. Max Adrian - James the 1st Blows a Counterblast to Tobacco 02:36. Richard Johnson/John Barton - Charles the 1st Argues a Point of Law With John Bradshaw 05:45. Kevin Miller/James Walker - Ayre by Charles the 1st 01:01. Dorothy Tutin - The Madness of George the 3rd 02:34. Richard Johnson - William the 4th Makes a Good Start 02:48. Dorothy Tutin - Queen Victoria Describes Her Coronation 07:13. James Walker - Variations on God Save The Queen 03:45. Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare - Richard Johnson, Various Artists. Candide - Barbara Cook, Max Adrian, Robert Rounseville.
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