The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde

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Importance of Being Earnest, The :: Oscar Wilde :: BBC, 1986 :: 1:23 min.
In the First Act, Algernon (Rupert Frazer) gives John Worthing (Paul McGann) a lesson on what a "bunburyist" is, and why John fits the description of one. Wilde's play

Importance of Being Earnest, The :: Oscar Wilde :: Act 1 :: Miramax (Judi Dench; Colin Firth), 2002 :: 2:42min.
Lady Bracknell (played by Dame Judi Dench) interviews her daughter's suitor (Colin Firth). Much to her chagrin, she learns of his seemingly ignominious roots. Wilde's play

Importance of Being Earnest, The :: Oscar Wilde :: South Coast Repertory, 2008 :: 2:24 min.
Included are four performance clips from Acts 1 and 2.
Cast: Gwendolen (Christine Marie Brown), Cecil (Elise Hunt), Lady Bracknell (Kandis Chappell), Jack (Tommy Schrider), Algernon (Michael Gotch).

Text for these scenes on pp. 76, 27, 66, and 85.

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