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Hamlet A.D.D.
Directed by Bobby Ciraldo
Andrew Swant
Produced by Bobby Ciraldo
Written by Andrew Swant
Starring Bobby Ciraldo
Andrew Swant
Mark Metcalf
Majel Barrett Roddenberry
Dustin Diamond
Kevin Murphy
Trace Beaulieu
Neil Hamburger
Mark Borchardt
Robert Richard Jorge
Leslie Hall
Tay Zonday
David Robbins
Running time 100 min.
Language English

Hamlet A.D.D., directed by Bobby Ciraldo & Andrew Swant and produced by Special Entertainment, is a 2010 independent feature film which re-imagines Shakespeare’s timeless play as a bizarre and comical tour through the ages.[1][2]

This version of Hamlet is a comedy shot entirely in front of a green screen and features live-action characters in an animated world. The story begins in 1602 and leaps chronologically through time to the present, then into the distant future.[1][2]

Guest stars include Dustin Diamond (Saved by the Bell), Mark Metcalf (Animal House), Majel Barrett Roddenberry (Star Trek), Trace Beaulieu & Kevin Murphy (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Mark Borchardt & Mike Schank (American Movie), Leslie Hall (Yo Gabba Gabba), Samwell ("What What"), Tay Zonday (Chocolate Rain), Michael Q. Schmidt (Tim & Eric Awesome Show), and comic Gregg Turkington as his character Neil Hamburger (Tim & Eric Awesome Show).[2]



The story of Hamlet A.D.D. is the story of a young man who is not quite ready to do the task at hand.

Challenged to kill his uncle Claudius by the ghost of his recently dead dad, Hamlet enthusiastically proceeds to do everything but.

From practicing stage acting in the 1800s to producing a television drama in the 1950s, from dancing at the discothèque in the 1970s to culinary prankery in the distant future, Hamlet always manages to find something to distract himself from taking revenge for his father's murder.



  1. ^ a b Milwaukee Decider by DJ Hostettler (February 5, 2009), "Screening Room: Andrew Swant and Bobby Ciraldo", accessed 02-09-2009
  2. ^ a b c, Hamlet A.D.D. cast/crew/production, accessed 02-10-2009

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