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Alice in Wonderland, Episode 3
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directed by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Jonathan Cecil, 1939-2011, Kate Dorning, 1963-, David Leonard, fl. 1965, Philip Trewinnard, Michael Wisher and Pip Donaghy, 1944-, in Alice in Wonderland (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986, originally published 1865), 29 mins
directed by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Jonathan Cecil, 1939-2011, Kate Dorning, 1963-, David Leonard, fl. 1965, Philip Trewinnard, Michael Wisher and Pip Donaghy, 1944-, in Alice in Wonderland (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986, originally published 1865), 29 mins
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Beau Geste, Episode 4
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directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 28 mins,
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John is reunited with Michael and Digby after being sent to Oran with a draft of new recruits. Their Sergeant-Major, Lejaune, takes a disliking to the three of them, and also to two American recruits, Hank and Buddy. Boldini overhears the three brothers discussing the Blue Water, and - with his criminal contacts -...
directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 28 mins,
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Beau Geste, Episode 5
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directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins,
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Boldini informs Lejaune that Michael has a stolen jewel on him. After Boldini fails to persuade two of the other recruits to steal it for him, Lejaune himself persuades Bolidar - a former pick-pocket - to do so. He is caught in the act, and only narrowly escapes being lynched. Lejaune, though, knows that they are...
directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins,
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Beau Geste, Episode 6
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directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins,
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The column marches across country to Fort Zinderneuf; once there, Lejaune has Hank, Buddy and Digby sent on to a further post. Lejaune's harsh treatment of the men, and promotion of Boldini to corporal, cause increasing resentment; when the fort's CO, Captain Renouf, shoots himself Lejaune has to take command.
directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins,
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Beau Geste, Episode 8
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directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins,
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John kills Lejaune in the struggle, and then flees the fort on the approach of the relief column. Digby finds Michael's body and, remembering a childhood promise, gives it a Viking funeral - on a pyre - before fleeing himself. He finds John and the two set off together on foot, but is killed; only John is able to...
directed by Douglas Camfield, 1031-1984; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; performed by Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Anthony Calf, 1959- and Jonathon Morris, 1960-, in Beau Geste (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins,
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David Copperfield (1986), Episode 7
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directed by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Colin Hurley, fl. 1986-2014, in David Copperfield (1986) (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986), 30 mins,
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David Copperfield is a 10 episode BBC serial broadcast in 1986 and 1987 and based on the novel David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. The series was written by James Andrew Hall and directed by Barry Letts. It was produced by Terrance Dicks.
directed by Barry Letts, 1925-2009; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Colin Hurley, fl. 1986-2014, in David Copperfield (1986) (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986), 30 mins,
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Jane Eyre, Episode 6
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written by Charlotte Bronté, 1816-1855; directed by Julian Amyes, 1917-1992; designed by Gill Hardie, fl. 1976-1988; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Timothy Dalton, 1946-, Sian Pattenden, fl. 1983 and Zelah Clarke, fl. 1972-1993, in Jane Eyre (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1983), 31 mins,
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Mr. Rochester is entertaining guests and Jane is perturbed by his evident fondness for Blanche Ingram. The arrival of Mr. Mason from the West Indies gives Rochester a shock, and that night Mason is mysteriously attacked.
written by Charlotte Bronté, 1816-1855; directed by Julian Amyes, 1917-1992; designed by Gill Hardie, fl. 1976-1988; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Timothy Dalton, 1946-, Sian Pattenden, fl. 1983 and Zelah Clarke, fl. 1972-1993, in Jane Eyre (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1983), 31 mins,
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Jane Eyre, Episode 9
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written by Charlotte Bronté, 1816-1855; directed by Julian Amyes, 1917-1992; designed by Gill Hardie, fl. 1976-1988; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Timothy Dalton, 1946-, Sian Pattenden, fl. 1983 and Zelah Clarke, fl. 1972-1993, in Jane Eyre (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1983), 28 mins,
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After days of travelling, a despondent Jane collapses outside the home of the Rivers family and is offered shelter. She conceals her true identity and gives her name as Jane Elliott. When her health is restored, St. John Rivers appoints her as a teacher to his newly established Girls' school for the poor.
written by Charlotte Bronté, 1816-1855; directed by Julian Amyes, 1917-1992; designed by Gill Hardie, fl. 1976-1988; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Timothy Dalton, 1946-, Sian Pattenden, fl. 1983 and Zelah Clarke, fl. 1972-1993, in Jane Eyre (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1983), 28 mins,
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Sense and Sensibility (1981), Episode 2
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directed by Rodney Bennett, 1935-2017; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Irene Richard, fl. 1975-1999, Tracey Childs, 1963- and Diana Fairfax, 1927-, in Sense and Sensibility (1981) (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1981), 27 mins
Jane Austen's tale of two devoted sisters with totally differing attitudes to life and love. Filmed on location in the stately homes of picturesque Dorset and Somerset.
directed by Rodney Bennett, 1935-2017; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Irene Richard, fl. 1975-1999, Tracey Childs, 1963- and Diana Fairfax, 1927-, in Sense and Sensibility (1981) (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1981), 27 mins
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Sense and Sensibility (1981), Episode 3
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directed by Rodney Bennett, 1935-2017; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Irene Richard, fl. 1975-1999, Tracey Childs, 1963- and Diana Fairfax, 1927-, in Sense and Sensibility (1981) (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1981), 28 mins
Jane Austen's tale of two devoted sisters with totally differing attitudes to life and love. Filmed on location in the stately homes of picturesque Dorset and Somerset.
directed by Rodney Bennett, 1935-2017; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Irene Richard, fl. 1975-1999, Tracey Childs, 1963- and Diana Fairfax, 1927-, in Sense and Sensibility (1981) (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1981), 28 mins
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