W.B Yeats: a tribute

Ireland, 1950

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The life story of the Irish poet, William Butler Yeats, is told against scenes of places which influenced his life and work, including his home county of Sligo and the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. Relevant quotations from his poems are read to create an impression of the man and his work.

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National Film Institute of Ireland

director

George Fleischmann

John Desmond Sheridan

Duration

00:22:17:00

Production places
Ireland
Production dates
1950

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