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  • What news, my lord?
  • Yes, by Saint Patrick, but there is, Horatio, And much offense too. (...).
  • Never make known what you have seen tonight.
  • What is ’t, my lord? We will.
  • Good my lord, tell it.
  • Ah, all you up in heaven! And earth! What else? Shall I include hell as well (...).
  • My lord, we will not.
  • Oh, wonderful.
  • What news, my lord? What news, my lord?
  • Nay, but swear ’t.
  • In faith, my lord, not I.
  • Good my lord, tell it. Good my lord, tell it.
  • My lord, my lord.
  • Heaven secure him!
  • So be it.
  • Ah, all you up in heaven! And earth! What else? Shall I include hell as well (...). Ah, all you up in heaven! And earth! What else? Shall I include hell as well (...).
  • Lord, Hamlet-
  • Nor I, my lord, in faith.
  • Oh, wonderful. Oh, wonderful.
  • What news, my lord?
  • Upon my sword.
  • Indeed, upon my sword, indeed.
  • We have sworn, my lord, already.
  • Good my lord, tell it.
  • Illo, ho, ho, my lord!
  • My lord, my lord.
  • Heaven secure him!
  • So be it.
  • Ah, all you up in heaven! And earth! What else? Shall I include hell as well (...).
  • Lord, Hamlet-
  • How is ’t, my noble lord?
  • Hillo, ho, ho, boy. Come, bird, come.
  • Oh, wonderful.
  • Shot: Still eagerly to know, Horatio asks Hamlet again. Hamlet tells Horatio and Marcellus he can't tell them what his father's ghost told him. Hamlet tells them to do one favour and tell nobody that they saw the ghost. Horatio and Marcellus tell him they will not tell anyone. Lines: 139-147 (Act 1, Scene 5)
  • What news, my lord? What news, my lord?
  • Ha, ha, boy! Sayst thou so? Art thou there, truepenny? (...).
  • Good my lord, tell it. Good my lord, tell it.
  • Illo, ho, ho, my lord!
  • My lord, my lord.
  • Heaven secure him!
  • So be it.
  • Swear!
  • Ah, all you up in heaven! And earth! What else? Shall I include hell as well (...).
  • Propose the oath, my lord.
  • Lord, Hamlet-
  • How is ’t, my noble lord?
  • Hillo, ho, ho, boy. Come, bird, come.
  • Oh, wonderful. Oh, wonderful.
  • Shot: Hamlet tells Horatio and Marcellus to swear to God that they won't tell anyone. Both of them agree and swear on lord that they won't. Lines: 148-150 (Act 1, Scene 5)
  • Not I, my lord, by heaven.
  • How say you, then? Would heart of men once think? (...).
  • No. You'll reveal it. 
  • Nor I, my lord.
  • Shot: Hamlet tells Horatio and Marcellus to swear on his sword. This will relief and ensure Hamlet that they won't tell anybody. Horatio however is stubborn and declares he has already sworn on the lord. Lines: 151-153 (Act 1, Scene 5)
  • There's ne'er a villain dwelling in all Denmark but he's an arrant knave.
  • There needs no ghost, my lord, come from the grave To tell us this.
  • Shot: King Claudius's ghost tells Horatio and Marcellus to swear underneath the stage. Hamlet plays it cool by saying listen to the guy under the sage. Lines: 154-161 (Act 1, Scene 5)
  • Shot: Hamlet tells Horatio he can't tell them what the ghost said because they might tell other people, ultimately Claudius. Horatio and Marcellus promise Hamlet they won't tell anyone. Lines: 122-125 (Act 1, Scene 5)
  • Shot: Hamlet tells Horatio and Marcellus that any villian in Denmark, is going to be a villian. Horatio brushes this of as if everybody already knows this. Lines: 126-129
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