. . . without all the annoying Shakespearean verbiage that slows down most productions of his plays?
Of course you do. So you want to see early silent movies of Shakespeare plays. Here is an 11-minute Tempest from 1908 that features special effects like Ariel disappearing:
And here is a hand-tinted King Lear from Italy in 1910:
It lasts 16 minutes, but King Lear is pretty complicated (even without the Edmund/Edgar subplot).
If you’re like me (and who isn’t?) you love this kind of stuff. And you probably also love the Reduced Shakespeare Company, which gets Shakespeare done quickly, even if they have to use words.