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Publisher's Summary

Don Juan In Hell is Act 3, Scene 2 from Bernard Shaw's 'Man and Superman' which was written in 1903. This classic staged performance features Cedric Hardwicke, Charles Boyer, Charles Laughton and Agnes Moorehead.
©2009 Saland Publishing (P)2009 Saland Publishing
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4 out of 5 stars
By Gwynne O'Reagan on 11-11-09

Great performances, mediocre Shaw.

Some terrific performers--Charles Boyer, Cedric Hardwicke, and Charles Laughton--with wonderful voices, take on Shaw's selfish, meandering discussion of the primacy of the "life force" over love, art, and any other human consideration. A witty, but generally weak play (actually a lengthy subpart of "Man and Superman"), this is still well worth a listen, with such charming actors working on all cylinders. I recommend that you listen for the vocal entertainment and wit but don't worry too much about the flimsy arguments.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Nexus on 08-02-16

Fundamental eloquence

G. B. Shaw invites us onto a firmament where having mined the words of the English language forged them into a timeless and provocative lesson on the folly of perceived consequence.

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