As you probably know, my platonic blogging buddy Siskoid has a site where he delves deeply into several movie version of Hamlet, scene-by-scene.
Me? I prefer to cover the quick and dirty comic book pastiche.
For example, poor Tom McKinney is the understudy to Roland Squire ("the greatest American Hamlet since Don Ameche"). Sadly, Squire is also a drunken, abusive lout.
For example, when McKinney drops the Yorick prop...
It's simple enough for McKinney to claim that Squire left for Stratford in a drunken rage; everyone hated the guy, so they'll buy that. But there's still one problem:
Anyway, for real Hamlet discussion, go to Hyperion To A Satyr. For more immature comedy hijnks, keep coming back here.
And for the best, most seminal version of Hamlet ever, well, go here.
From Secrets Of Haunted House #12 (1978)