Much Ado About Nothing (1993)

Fooling Benedick

Don Pedro (Denzel Washington) and Leonato (Richard Briers) trick Benedick (Kenneth Branagh) into thinking Beatrice loves him.

Directed by Kenneth Branagh.

Released in 1993 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Bachelor
  • character-type: Prince
  • character-type: Friend
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  • editors-choice: Dirty Tricks
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Romance
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  • prop: Fountain
  • prop: Chair
  • setting: Garden
  • theme: Dating
  • theme: Attraction
  • theme: Romance
  • theme: Love
  • theme: Deception
  • actor: Denzel Washington
  • actor: Robert Sean Leonard
  • actor: Richard Briers
  • actor: Kenneth Branagh
  • director: Kenneth Branagh
  • producer: Stephen Evans
  • producer: Kenneth Branagh
  • producer: David Parfitt
  • cinematographer: Roger Lanser
  • composer: Patrick Doyle
  • editor: Andrew Marcus
  • costume-designer: Phyllis Dalton
  • production-designer: Tim Harvey
  • role-name: Don Pedro
  • role-name: Leonato
  • role-name: Benedick
  • role-name: Claudio
  • screenwriter: Kenneth Branagh
  • screenwriter: William Shakespeare
  • year: 1993
  • studio: MGM