History ReferencedBy / Hamlet

11th Aug '16 7:04:43 AM erforce
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* The chairman of Apocalypse, Inc. says "Neither a borrower nor a lender be" in ''Film/TheToxicAvenger Part II''.

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* The chairman of Apocalypse, Inc. says "Neither a borrower nor a lender be" in ''Film/TheToxicAvenger Part II''.''Film/TheToxicAvengerPartII''.
19th Jun '16 4:56:08 AM Doug86
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* An issue of ''[[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Uncanny X-Men]]'' from 1975 has the speech ("To sleep, perchance [[BadDreams to dream]].") in its opening narration.

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* An issue of ''[[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} ''[[Comicbook/XMen Uncanny X-Men]]'' from 1975 has the speech ("To sleep, perchance [[BadDreams to dream]].") in its opening narration.
27th May '16 4:45:49 AM erforce
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* ''TheDeparted'':

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* ''TheDeparted'':''Film/TheDeparted'':
4th May '16 9:08:25 AM YasminPerry
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* Eric from ''Creator/MorecambeAndWise'' decided to do Hamlet's soliloquy because drama makes more money than comedy. After Ernie interrupting him, he eventually starts: "To be or not to be. That is the question. ... Thank you." He bows and leaves. Ernies then explains that there's more to it than that, so Eric goes back to doing comedy (after the skull comments that the entire thing was rubbish).
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* Eric from ''Creator/MorecambeAndWise'' decided to do Hamlet's soliloquy because drama makes more money than comedy. After Ernie interrupting him, he eventually starts: "To be or not to be. That is the question. ... Thank you." He bows and leaves. Ernies then explains that there's more to it than that, so Eric goes back to doing comedy (after the skull comments that the entire thing was rubbish).
4th May '16 9:07:09 AM YasminPerry
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\n* "To thine own self be true" was used in ''Theatre/MerrilyWeRollAlong''







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* In ''Advance Wars: Dual Strike'', Sonja can give the speech ("What piece of work") verbatim, then muses that she said something meaningful and asks someone to write it down.



* There is a ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode called "The




* In ''Advance Wars: Dual Strike'', Sonja can give the speech ("What piece of work") verbatim, then muses that she said something meaningful and asks someone to write it down.



* "To thine own self be true" was used in ''Theatre/MerrilyWeRollAlong''
4th May '16 9:05:00 AM YasminPerry
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* An exchange on ''SaluteYourShorts'' is inspired by Hamlet's observation that "a man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that hath fed of that worm" and therefore that "a king may go a progress through the guts of a beggar."
-->'''Pinsky:''' Think about it. When you die they stick you in the ground and it's the worms that eat you up!
-->'''Z.Z.:''' Then somebody digs up the worms that ate you and use to catch fish which somebody else eats.
-->'''Donkeylips:''' So wait a second guys, when we had fish sticks the other night, I could have eaten a fish, that ate a worm, ''that ate Elvis?''
-->'''Z.Z.:''' You could be burping up the King as we speak!



* An exchange on ''SaluteYourShorts'' is inspired by Hamlet's observation that "a man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that hath fed of that worm" and therefore that "a king may go a progress through the guts of a beggar."
-->'''Pinsky:''' Think about it. When you die they stick you in the ground and it's the worms that eat you up!
-->'''Z.Z.:''' Then somebody digs up the worms that ate you and use to catch fish which somebody else eats.
-->'''Donkeylips:''' So wait a second guys, when we had fish sticks the other night, I could have eaten a fish, that ate a worm, ''that ate Elvis?''
-->'''Z.Z.:''' You could be burping up the King as we speak!

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* An exchange on ''SaluteYourShorts'' is inspired by Hamlet's observation that "a man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that hath fed of that worm" and therefore that "a king may go a progress through the guts of a beggar."
-->'''Pinsky:''' Think about it. When you die they stick you in the ground and it's the worms that eat you up!
-->'''Z.Z.:''' Then somebody digs up the worms that ate you and use to catch fish which somebody else eats.
-->'''Donkeylips:''' So wait a second guys, when we had fish sticks the other night, I could have eaten a fish, that ate a worm, ''that ate Elvis?''
-->'''Z.Z.:''' You could be burping up the King as we speak!
4th May '16 9:04:22 AM YasminPerry
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* ''TheDeparted'':
** Before an operation, Captain Queenan tells Collin that "readiness is all."
** Costigan quotes Hawthorne. Dignam isn't impressed: ''[fart noise]'' "What's the matter, smartass, you don't know any fuckin' Shakespeare?"



* ''TheDeparted'':
** Before an operation, Captain Queenan tells Collin that "readiness is all."
** Costigan quotes Hawthorne. Dignam isn't impressed: ''[fart noise]'' "What's the matter, smartass, you don't know any fuckin' Shakespeare?"
19th Dec '15 12:21:53 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': the motif of revenge and characters from the original play is used to make analogies regarding the ongoing strife between the three seasons, in class in Episode 32, eventually into the form of an argument between the students.
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24th Jul '15 4:24:27 PM nombretomado
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* "To thine own self be true" was used in ''MerrilyWeRollAlong''

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* "To thine own self be true" was used in ''MerrilyWeRollAlong''''Theatre/MerrilyWeRollAlong''
4th Jan '15 6:46:02 PM nombretomado
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* Eric from ''MorecambeAndWise'' decided to do Hamlet's soliloquy because drama makes more money than comedy. After Ernie interrupting him, he eventually starts: "To be or not to be. That is the question. ... Thank you." He bows and leaves. Ernies then explains that there's more to it than that, so Eric goes back to doing comedy (after the skull comments that the entire thing was rubbish).

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* Eric from ''MorecambeAndWise'' ''Creator/MorecambeAndWise'' decided to do Hamlet's soliloquy because drama makes more money than comedy. After Ernie interrupting him, he eventually starts: "To be or not to be. That is the question. ... Thank you." He bows and leaves. Ernies then explains that there's more to it than that, so Eric goes back to doing comedy (after the skull comments that the entire thing was rubbish).
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