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Lord Macduff, the Thane of Fife, is a character in William Shakespeare's Macbeth. Macduff plays a pivotal role in the play: he suspects Macbeth of regicide and eventually kills Macbeth in the final act. PIctured here is Dan O'Herlihy as Macduff in Orson Welles' controversial film adaptation of Macbeth from 1948.

Macduff - Oh but I wish I caught you sooner man not born of woman, You may have been the death of me but my ghost shall haunt you, thane, till Birnam Wood attacks THE Castle of Fife!

Video Sparknotes: Shakespeare's Macbeth summary

Check out Shakespeare's Macbeth Video SparkNote: Quick and easy Macbeth synopsis, analysis, and discussion of major characters and themes in the play.

MACBETH: Looking for a way to engage your students? Try this fun, but meaningful, interactive digital activity.

Macbeth Character Collages: An Interactive Digital Activity

MACBETH: Looking for a way to engage your students? Try this fun, but meaningful, interactive digital activity.

Breathtakingly amazing: Ian McKellen in 1979 analyzing Macbeth's "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow".

This is a chunk of archival gold from British television, circa As part of an "in-studio master class" on speaking Shakespeare, Ian McKellen talks in d.

lady macbeth: francesca annis   in Macbeth director Roman Polanski 1971 - Jon Finch in title role "Wash your hands, put on your nightgown; look not so pale."

lady macbeth: francesca annis in Macbeth director Roman Polanski 1971 - Jon Finch in title role "Wash your hands, put on your nightgown; look not so pale.

Scene 3 Banquo is killed by the three murderers

Martin Shaw as Banquo in Roman Polanski's film version of "Macbeth".

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