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    Chapter headings based on the play script: * 01 = 00:00:00.000 - introduction, an orchard before Leonato's house - * 02 = 00:02:38.000 - Act 1-1, an orchard before Leonato's house - * 03 = 00:08:29.000 - Act 1-1, Leonato's house - * 04 = 00:16:30.000 - Act 1-3, a room in Leonato's house - * 05 = 00:19:03.000 - Act 2-1, the garden of Leonato's house - * 06 = 00:34:38.000 - Act 2-3, Leonato's garden - * 07 = 00:45:54.000 - Act 3-1, Leonato's garden - * 08 = 00:49:03.000 - Act 3-3, a street - * 09 = 00:52:18.000 - the house - * 10 = 00:52:48.000 - Act 2-2, an underground corridor in Leonato's house - * 11 = 00:53:34.000 - Act 3-2, a room in Leonato's house - * 12 = 00:55:54.000 - Act 3-3, a street - * 13 = 00:57:08.000 - Act 3-5, the doorway of Leonato's house - * 14 = 00:59:05.000 - Act 4-1, Leonato's garden - * 15 = 01:10:33.000 - an underground corridor - * 16 = 01:10:54.000 - Act 4-2, a prison - * 17 = 01:14:27.000 - Act 5-1, a street, near Leonato's house - * 18 = 01:24:53.000 - Act 5-3, a churchyard - * 19 = 01:27:55.000 - Act 5-2, Leonato's orchard - * 20 = 01:31:57.000 - Act 5-4, Leonato's garden - * 21 = 01:42:47.000 - end credits - * 22 = 01:46:07.000 - end -

    .000 is a placeholder for the exact time.

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  • Don John is referred to twice in the play as a "bastard", so he is only his half-brother. In Sicily of the time, it is not impossible that a light-skinned lord would be married to a black woman and have another son by a white mistress. Edit

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