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Jan 10, 2008 | 3:38 PM EST
  • Daily 4th Place January 11, 2008

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[Edit:] Front page! Yes! Thank you!

This was something I decided to do for fun one day. I only did the audio though then some people suggested I animate it. So I did.

Hamlet's Mother - Ariellabee
Ophelia - Laura L'Artiste
Everyone else - Tygerman

In regards to the duck:
(This is a warning, this may ruin the randomness of it. For those who do not wish to make it less funny, do not read this)
In scene seventeen of Hamlet NOTHING HAPPENS. So originally I was just going to have Horatio standing there saying "I-" But when I recorded it and cut it off my sister thought it sounded like a duck quack. So I made it that.

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bgvalobgvalo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 21, 2008

very funny

hahaha good work



Jach5Jach5

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Countless hours reading or this...

Just read Hamlet recently and to think this is all I had to watch instead...

lol



SeamonkySeamonky

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Hahaha. Made me laugh.

Although the Art and Animation wasn't too great, the voices and acts were really hilarious. The scenes were really quick and some of them were just plain hilarious, especially the duck. He was only there for not even a second. I've never read Hamlet and now you gave me an idea on what it's about in 60 seconds. Nice..... Thanks for the laughs Tygerman! :D

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DeadMixDeadMix

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Let's Kung-Fu fight!

This vid is proof that you don't have to be amazing at flash to create a great piece of work. You should totally make a series out of this, Romeo and Juliet being the obvious sequel.


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cunexttuecunexttue

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Encore, encore!

More please! That was fantastic. I suffered throught Shakespear in high school. I wish it had been presented more like this.
I know it's hard to make the sound clear when they are talking so fast but improving that would make the whole thing awesome. The graphics were ... ok ... but who cares right? They only flash on the screen for a couple of seconds.

I don't remember there being a duck in seen 17, but then again I never paid much attention in class.

Please keep up the good work.


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