I discovered these Hamlet paper dolls a couple of weeks ago. They are hilarious and adorable! And they print up beautifully too. And they have oodles of funny costumes for him other than this sort of to-be-expected one I'm showing here. Like Captain Denmark, Loki, Dr. Who, a pirate, and some very silly ones like the Easter bunny and a ballerina. Great fun!
If you've ever thought to yourself that Hamlet would make a wonderful film noir sort of movie, well, you're not the first to think that. A couple of years ago, I wrote up a review of a totally imaginary film noir version that I invented and created a dream cast for -- you can read it here. My talented and kind sister-in-law created this beautiful poster for it too.
If you like Hamlet-related music, you can listen to Patrick Doyle's soundtrack for the Kenneth Branagh version on YouTube here, and Ennio Morricone's soundtrack for the Mel Gibson version here.
And right now, the Paramount Vault has the Mel Gibson version available to watch on YouTube in its entirety for free, so if you've been wanting to see that, now's your chance! It is here.
Finally, my alma mater performed Hamlet a few years ago, so if you'd like to see college-age actors in the roles, you can watch it on YouTube here. I haven't seen all of it yet, but what I've seen is enjoyable.