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  1. William Tell ( German: Wilhelm Tell, German pronunciation: [ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈtɛl] ( listen)) is a drama written by Friedrich Schiller in 1804. The story focuses on the legendary Swiss marksman William Tell as part of the greater Swiss struggle for independence from the Habsburg Empire in the early 14th century. Gioachino Rossini 's four-act opera ...

  2. The Adventures of William Tell is a British swashbuckler adventure series, first broadcast on the ITV network in 1958, and produced by ITC Entertainment. In the United States, the episodes aired on the syndicated NTA Film Network in 1958–1959. William Tell is a folk hero of Switzerland, supposedly active in the early 14th century.

    • 15 September 1958 –, 15 June 1959
    • ITV
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  4. Oct 18, 2014 · 4 William Tell, The Gauntlet Of St. Gerhardt, October 6, 1958 download 108.2M 2 William Tell, The Hostages, September 22, 1958 download

  5. Adventures of William Tell ( French: Guillaume Tell et le clown) is an 1898 French short black-and-white silent trick film, directed by Georges Méliès, featuring a clown trying to shoot fruit off the head of a dummy which comes to life.

    • 1898
    • Silent
  6. as William Tell 39 episodes • 1958–1959 Willoughby Goddard as Gessler 27 episodes • 1958–1959 Jennifer Jayne as Hedda Tell 21 episodes • 1958–1959 Richard Rogers as Walter Tell 9 episodes • 1958–1959 Nigel Green as The Bear … 8 episodes • 1958–1959 Derren Nesbitt as Capt. Frederick … 8 episodes • 1958–1959 Peter Hammond as Hofmanstahl … 6 episodes

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    • 1958-09-15
    • Adventure | Family
    • 30
  7. The Habsburgs of Austria send soldiers to the nearby mountain villages with orders to conquer them and force the men to hard labor, but three villages, led by archer William Tell, band together to fight the soldiers, forming a new nation that will always be free from the rule of others . . . Switzerland.