Sir Larry Works much better if you close your eyes, I find. The set's a trifle dated and the wig makes him look like Michael Jackson, but look no further as far as voice is concerned (I didn't know it was possible to roll your Ws . . .) Also possibly the first time I've heard an actor shout properly without losing the rhythm of the verse; he's a little squeaky sometimes, but I blame the video. Interestingly, too, the speech is a compound of the actual "Sun of York" soliloquy and Richard's long solo in 3 Henry VI. I'd be most fascinated to learn how often bits of the 3H6 speech are interpolated; they certainly give a good deal more insight into Richard's motives. Plus it's a darn good speech which suffers from being in a relatively obscure play. Peter Sellers Oh my If not to heaven, then hand in hand to hell . . . because that's one of the funniest things ever. Not only does he nail Olivier's precise and deliberate style of speaking, it's astonishing how funny a song can be when it's spoken slowly enough to hear the lyrics Sir Ian Didn't have a chance to watch the clip, but I've seen the movie, and it's great. He's great. May I reiterate how much I'm looking forward to his playing Lear?