Richard Burton on stage, screen, radio and record

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Richard Burton as King Arthur in the original Broadway production of Camelot (1960).

Richard Burton (10 November 1925 – 5 August 1984) was a Welsh actor who had an extensive career primarily on stage and in film. He was known for his powerful presence and baritone voice.

Theatre[edit]

Stage credits of Richard Burton
Show Dates Theatre Role Director Notes Ref(s)
Druid's Nest November 1943 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool Glen Emlyn Williams [1]
Druid's Nest January 1944 St Martin's Theatre, London Glen Emlyn Williams [1]
Measure for Measure 1944 Christ Church, Oxford Angelo Nevill Coghill [1]
Castle Anna February 1948 Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith Hicks Daphne Rye [1]
The Lady's Not for Burning May 1949 Globe Theatre, London Richard John Gielgud,
Esme Percy
[2]
The Boy With A Cart January 1950 Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith Cuthman John Gielgud [3]
A Phoenix Too Frequent March 1950 Dolphin Theatre, Brighton Tegeus Christopher Fry [3]
The Lady's Not for Burning 8 November 1950 – 17 March 1951 Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, New York City Richard John Gielgud Theatre World Award [4]
[5]
Henry IV, Part 1 1951 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Prince Hal Anthony Quayle,
John Kidd
[3]
Henry IV, Part 2 1951 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Prince Hal Michael Redgrave [3]
Henry V 1951 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Henry V of England Anthony Quayle [3]
The Tempest 1951 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Ferdinand Michael Benthall [3]
Legend of Lovers 26 December 1951 – 12 January 1952 Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, New York City The Musician Peter Ashmore [3]
[6]
Montserrat April 1952 Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith Montserrat Noel Willman,
Nigel Green
[7]
Hamlet September 1953 General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh Prince Hamlet Michael Benthall [8]
Hamlet 1953–1954 The Old Vic, London Prince Hamlet Michael Benthall [8]
King John 1953–1954 The Old Vic, London Philip of Cognac George Devine [8]
Twelfth Night 1953–1954 The Old Vic, London Sir Toby Belch Denis Carey [8]
Coriolanus 1953–1954 The Old Vic, London Gaius Marcius Coriolanus Michael Benthall [8]
The Tempest 1953–1954 The Old Vic, London Caliban Robert Helpmann [8]
Henry V 1955–1956 The Old Vic, London Henry V of England Michael Benthall [8]
Othello 1955–1956 The Old Vic, London Othello Michael Benthall [8]
Time Remembered 12 November 1957 – 28 June 1958 Morosco Theatre, New York City Albert Albert Marre Nominated – Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play [9]
[10]
Camelot 1 December 1960 – 5 January 1963 Majestic Theatre, New York City King Arthur Moss Hart Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical
New York Drama Critics Award for Best Male Performance in a Musical
[11]
[12]
Richard Burton's Hamlet 9 April 1964 – 8 August 1964 Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City Prince Hamlet John Gielgud Nominated – Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play [11]
[13]
Doctor Faustus February 1966 Oxford Playhouse, Oxford Faustus Nevill Coghill [11]
Equus 14 October 1974 – 2 October 1977 Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, New York City (14 October 1974 – 11 September 1976)
Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City (11 September 1976 –2 October 1977)
Martin Dysart John Dexter [11]
[14]
Camelot 30 June 1980 – 8 August 1980 David H. Koch Theater, New York City King Arthur Frank Dunlop [11]
[15]
Private Lives 28 April 1983 – 17 July 1983 Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City Elyot Chase Milton Katselas [11]
[16]

Filmography[edit]

Filmography of Richard Burton
Film Year Role Director Notes Ref(s)
The Last Days of Dolwyn 1949 Gareth Emlyn Williams [17]
Now Barabbas 1949 Paddy Gordon Parry [17]
Waterfront 1950 Ben Satterthwaite Michael Anderson [17]
The Woman with No Name 1950 Nick Chamerd Ladislao Vajda [17]
Green Grow the Rushes 1951 Robert "Bob" Hammond Derek N. Twist [18]
My Cousin Rachel 1952 Philip Ashley Henry Koster Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor
Nominated – Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
[19]
[20]
The Desert Rats 1953 "Tammy" MacRoberts Robert Wise [21]
The Robe 1953 Marcellus Gallio Henry Koster Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor [19]
Thursday's Children 1954 Narrator Lindsay Anderson Documentary film [22]
Prince of Players 1955 Edwin Booth Philip Dunne [19]
The Rains of Ranchipur 1955 Rama Safti Jean Negulesco [23]
Alexander the Great 1956 Alexander the Great Robert Rossen [19]
Sea Wife 1957 Biscuit Bob McNaught [24]
Bitter Victory 1957 Jimmy Leith Nicholas Ray [25]
Look Back in Anger 1959 Jimmy Porter Tony Richardson Nominated – BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
[26]
[27]
[28]
Ice Palace 1960 Zeb Kennedy Vincent Sherman [26]
The Bramble Bush 1960 Guy Montford Daniel Petrie [26]
Dylan Thomas 1962 Narrator Jack Howells Documentary film [29]
The Longest Day 1962 David Campbell Ken Annakin,
Andrew Marton,
Bernhard Wicki,
Gerd Oswald
[30]
[31]
Cleopatra 1963 Mark Antony Joseph L. Mankiewicz [32]
The V.I.P.s 1963 Paul Andros Anthony Asquith [33]
Zulu 1964 Narrator Cy Endfield [34]
Becket 1964 Thomas Becket Peter Glenville Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama
[35]
[36]
The Night of the Iguana 1964 T. Laurence Shannon John Huston [37]
What's New Pussycat? 1965 Clive Donner Guest appearance [38]
The Sandpiper 1965 Edward Hewitt Vincente Minnelli [35]
[39]
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold 1965 Alec Leamas Martin Ritt BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (also for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?)
Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
[35]
[40]
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 1966 George Mike Nichols BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (also for The Spy Who Came in from the Cold)
Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
[35]
[40]
[41]
Florence: Days of Destruction 1966 Narrator Franco Zeffirelli Documentary film [42]
The Taming of the Shrew 1967 Petruchio Franco Zeffirelli Also producer
Nominated – BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
[43]
[44]
[45]
Doctor Faustus 1967 Faustus Richard Burton Also director and producer [46]
The Comedians 1967 Brown Peter Glenville [43]
The Comedians in Africa 1967 Himself Peter Glenville [47]
Boom! 1968 Chris Flanders Joseph Losey [48]
Where Eagles Dare 1968 Jonathan Smith Brian G. Hutton [49]
Candy 1968 McPhisto Christian Marquand [43]
Staircase 1969 Harry Stanley Donen [50]
Anne of the Thousand Days 1969 Henry VIII of England Charles Jarrott Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
[51]
[52]
Raid on Rommel 1971 Alex Foster Henry Hathaway [53]
Villain 1971 Vic Dakin Michael Tuchner [54]
Under Milk Wood 1972 First Voice Andrew Sinclair [55]
The Assassination of Trotsky 1972 Leon Trotsky Joseph Losey [56]
Hammersmith Is Out 1972 Hammersmith Peter Ustinov [51]
Bluebeard 1972 Baron Kurt von Sepper Edward Dmytryk [51]
Battle of Sutjeska 1973 Josip Broz Tito Stipe Delić [57]
Massacre in Rome 1973 Herbert Kappler George P. Cosmatos [58]
The Voyage 1974 Cesare Braggi Vittorio De Sica [59]
The Klansman 1974 Breck Stancill Terence Young [59]
Exorcist II: The Heretic 1977 Philip Lamont John Boorman [59]
Equus 1977 Martin Dysart Sidney Lumet Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
[60]
[61]
The Medusa Touch 1978 John Morlar Jack Gold [62]
The Wild Geese 1978 Allan Faulkner Andrew V. McLaglen [60]
Absolution 1978 Goddard Anthony Page [60]
Breakthrough 1979 Rolf Steiner Andrew V. McLaglen [63]
Circle of Two 1981 Ashley St. Clair Jules Dassin [60]
Lovespell 1981 Mark of Cornwall Tom Donovan [60]
Wagner 1983 Richard Wagner Tony Palmer [64]
Nineteen Eighty-Four 1984 O'Brien Michael Radford [64]

Television[edit]

Television appearances of Richard Burton
Programme Date Role Notes Ref(s)
Celanese Theatre 1952 Mat Burke Episode: "Anna Christie" [65]
DuPont Show of the Month 1958 Heathcliff Episode: "Wuthering Heights" [66]
Hallmark Hall of Fame 1960 Caliban Episode: "The Tempest" [67]
A Subject of Scandal and Concern 1960 George Holyoake Television film by BBC Television [68]
The Ed Sullivan Show 1961 Himself Episode: "Salute to Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe — with Julie Andrews, Richard Burton, Robert Goulet" [69]
Camera Three 1961 Himself Episode: "A Child's Christmas in Wales" [70]
The Ed Sullivan Show 1963 Himself Episode: "Richard Burton, Morecombe and Wise, Arthur Worsley, Dave Madden" [71]
The Ed Sullivan Show 1969 Himself Episode: "The Swinging, Soulful Sixties" [72]
Here's Lucy 1970 Himself Episode: "Lucy Meets the Burtons" [73]
Mooch Goes to Hollywood 1971 Narrator Television film by Jim Backus — Jerry Devine Productions [74]
Divorce His, Divorce Hers 1973 Martin Reynolds Television film by the American Broadcasting Company [75]
The Merv Griffin Show 1974 Himself Episode: "May 15, 1974" [76]
Film... 1974 Himself Episode: "Film '74 Special, Richard Burton: If it Stops, I'm Dead" [77]
Hallmark Hall of Fame 1974 Alec Harvey Episode: "Brief Encounter" [78]
Parkinson 1974 Himself Episode: "Richard Burton" [79]
Hallmark Hall of Fame 1974 Winston Churchill Episode: "The Gathering Storm" [75]
[80]
The Hollywood Greats 1977 Himself Episode: "Humphrey Bogart" [81]
Film... 1977 Himself Episode: "Film 77 Episode 8" [82]
Good Morning America 1977 Himself Episode: "October 11, 1977" [83]
Good Morning America 1977 Himself Episode: "October 12, 1977" [84]
Good Morning America 1977 Himself Episode: "October 13, 1977" [85]
Dinah! 1977 Himself Episode: "October 17, 1977" [86]
Dinah! 1977 Himself Episode: "November 18, 1977" [87]
Good Morning America 1978 Himself Episode: "March 28, 1978" [88]
Film... 1978 Himself Episode: "Film '78 Episode 11" [89]
The Bob Hope Salute to 1920s and '30's 1979 Himself Television special [90]
Good Morning America 1981 Himself Episode: "July 27, 1981" [91]
Entertainment Tonight 1982 Himself Episode: "February 1, 1982" [92]
Entertainment Tonight 1982 Himself Episode: "February 4, 1982" [93]
Bob Hope's Star-Studded Spoof of the New TV Season, G-Rated, with Glamour, Glitter and Gags 1982 Himself Television special [94]
The Fall Guy 1982 Himself Episode: "Reluctant Traveling Companion" [95]
[96]
Great Performances 1983 White Knight Episode: "Alice in Wonderland" [95]
[97]
Entertainment Tonight 1984 Himself Episode: "July 31, 1984" [98]
Ellis Island 1984 Phipps Ogden Main role: 2 episodes
Nominated – Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
[95]

Selected radio broadcasts[edit]

Selected radio broadcasts of Richard Burton
Programme Date Ref(s)
The Corn Is Green 27 January 1945 [99]
In Parenthesis September 1948 [99]
The Last Days of Dolwyn 10 July 1949 [99]
Nightmare Abbey 7 November 1949 [99]
New Judgement 20 November 1949 [99]
[100]
Hippolytus March 1950 [99]
The Lady's Not for Burning 1950 [99]
Sea Flood 1 May 1950 [99]
[100]
Men of Steel, the Birth of a Giant 15 July 1951 [99]
Night Birds 19 September 1951 [99]
Taffy was a Welshman 13 October 1951 [99]
Good for the Boy November 1953 [99]
Younger Generation December 1953 [99]
Night Must Fall 13 January 1954 [100]
[101]
Under Milk Wood 25 January 1954 [102]
The Duchess of Malfi 16 May 1954 [100]
[103]
The Old Vic Comes North June 1954 [99]
Henry of Agincourt 22 April 1956 [104]
The Dark Tower 14 May 1956 [105]
[106]
Under Milk Wood 11 October 1963 [100]
[107]
A Christmas Story 25 December 1965 [99]
Vivat Rex 13 February 1977 – 9 August 1977 [100]
[101]

Discography[edit]

Album recordings by Richard Burton
Title Year Label Type Notes Ref(s)
Homage to Dylan Thomas 1954 Argo Records PLP 1060 Solo [108]
Under Milk Wood 1954 Spoken Arts SA 791 SA 792, 791-792 Cast Recording [109]
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner 1954 Argo Records RG 41 Solo [110]
Richard Burton Reads 15 Poems By Dylan Thomas 1955 Argo Records SW 503 Solo [101]
[111]
Love Poems Of John Donne 1958 Caedmon Audio TC 1141 Solo [112]
Camelot 1960 Columbia Masterworks KOL 5620 Cast Recording [113]
The Poetry of Thomas Hardy 1961 Caedmon Audio TC 1140 Solo [114]
Coriolanus 1962 Caedmon Audio SRS M 226 Cast Recording [115]
[116]
Richard Burton's Hamlet 1964 Columbia Masterworks DOL 302 Cast Recording [117]
[118]
Famous Scenes From Sir John Gielgud's Production Of William Shakespeare's Hamlet 1964 Columbia Masterworks OL 8020 Cast Recording [119]
The Night of the Iguana 1964 MGM Records PR 4 Cast Recording [120]
The English Poets — Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1965 Argo Records RG 438 Solo [121]
The Days of Wilfred Owen 1966 Warner Bros. Records B 1635 Solo [122]
Doctor Faustus 1969 His Master's Voice ALP 2270 Cast Recording [123]
The World Of Dylan Thomas 1971 Argo Records PA/A 166 Cast Recording [124]
The Little Prince 1975 P.I.P. Records PIP 6813 Cast Recording Grammy Award for Best Album for Children [125]
[126]
A Personal Anthology 1978 Argo Records ZDSW 714 Solo [127]
Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds 1978 CBS Records S CBS 96000 Cast Recording [128]
Singles by Richard Burton
Title Year Label Billed as Notes Ref(s)
"Married Man" 1964 DRG Records DARC 2100/B Richard Burton Part of the Broadway musical Baker Street. [129]

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