Much ado about something [videorecording] / a Frontline co-production with a Helpful Eye and Chili Films production and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ; producers, Michael Rubbo, Penelope McDonald ; written, directed, and filmed by Michael Rubbo.
Follows Mike Rubbo as he tracks down the clues as to the identity of the author of Shakespeare's plays. He focuses on the sect that believes in Christopher Marlowe as the best candidate. The chief proponent of the Marlowe theory was Calvin Hoffman.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Originally televised as a segment of Frontline in 2003.
Editor, Jane St. Vincent Welch ; music, Christopher Gordon.
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