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Masterpiece, The Mystery of Edwin Drood - Part 2
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directed by Diarmuid Lawrence, 1947-; produced by Lisa Osborne, fl. 2001, British Broadcasting Corporation and Masterpiece; performed by Matthew Rhys, 1974-, Freddie Fox and Tamzin Merchant, 1987-, in Masterpiece (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 1 hour,
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This chilling adaptation of Charles Dickens' unfinished final novel spins a disturbing tale of obsession, addiction, and the darkness that lurks in men.

With Edwin Drood feared dead, Jasper tries desperately to remember events of the night before. He pursues Rosa with an intensity that pushes him to the edge of sa...

directed by Diarmuid Lawrence, 1947-; produced by Lisa Osborne, fl. 2001, British Broadcasting Corporation and Masterpiece; performed by Matthew Rhys, 1974-, Freddie Fox and Tamzin Merchant, 1987-, in Masterpiece (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 1 hour,
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Masterpiece, Season 37, Episode 8, Mansfield Park
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directed by Iain B. MacDonald, fl. 2003; produced by Suzan Harrison, fl. 1996, Company Pictures and WGBH Boston; performed by Maggie O'Neill, 1962-, Billie Piper, 1982-, Blake Ritson, 1978-, James D'Arcy, 1975-, Michelle Ryan, 1984-, Rory Kinnear, 1976-, Catherine Steadman, fl. 2006, Hayley Atwell, 1982-, Joseph Beattie, 1978-, Josephine Morgan and Jemma Redgrave, in Masterpiece, Season 37, Episode 8 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2008), 1 hour 33 mins,
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In one of Austen's most complex plots, Billie Piper (Doctor Who, The Ruby in the Smoke) stars as Fanny Price, who goes to live with prosperous relatives at Mansfield Park. Fanny navigates a labyrinth of intrigues and affairs among the occupants of the house, while her cousin Edmund Bertram (Blake Ritson, Inspector...
directed by Iain B. MacDonald, fl. 2003; produced by Suzan Harrison, fl. 1996, Company Pictures and WGBH Boston; performed by Maggie O'Neill, 1962-, Billie Piper, 1982-, Blake Ritson, 1978-, James D'Arcy, 1975-, Michelle Ryan, 1984-, Rory Kinnear, 1976-, Catherine Steadman, fl. 2006, Hayley Atwell, 1982-, Joseph Beattie, 1978-, Josephine Morgan and Jemma Redgrave, in Masterpiece, Season 37, Episode 8 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2008), 1 hour 33 mins,
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Middlemarch, Episode 4
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 58 mins
Dorothea is now a widow, but she vows never to finish Casaubon's book because of the vindictive codicil to his will. Will Ladislaw is out of a job.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 58 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 6
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 50 mins
The Lydgates' marriage grows increasingly bitter with the prospect of bankruptcy. The return of Raffles sets off a train of events which change the lives of everyone.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 50 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 7
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 55 mins
This 1994 syndicated series, is a television adaptation of George Elliot's 1871 novel, Middlemarch, A Study of Provincial Life. Episode 7 of 7 of worldwide release.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 55 mins
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Secret Garden, Episode 2, The Cry in the Corridor
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produced by Dorothea Brooking, 1916-1999, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Sarah Hollis Andrews, 1962-, Hope Johnstone, fl. 1975-2003, William Marsh, 1956-, Jacqueline Hoyle, fl. 1975-1991, John Woodnutt, 1924-2006 and Jennie Goossens, 1936-, in Secret Garden, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1975, originally published 1911), 28 mins,
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Recently orphaned Mary Lennox is sent to live in her uncle's lonely house on the Yorkshire moors. Frances Hodgson Burnett's timeless classic is a mystery story with a powerful atmosphere and a happy ending.
produced by Dorothea Brooking, 1916-1999, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Sarah Hollis Andrews, 1962-, Hope Johnstone, fl. 1975-2003, William Marsh, 1956-, Jacqueline Hoyle, fl. 1975-1991, John Woodnutt, 1924-2006 and Jennie Goossens, 1936-, in Secret Garden, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1975, originally published 1911), 28 mins,
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Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe
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directed by Giles Foster, fl. 1975-2014; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Ben Kingsley, 1943-, Jenny Agutter, 1952-, Patrick Ryecart, 1952- and Patsy Kensit, 1968- (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1985), 1 hour 31 mins
Keep a big box of tissues handy for George Eliot's candle-lit classic. A lonely old miser loses all his gold but finds consolation in a foundling child.
directed by Giles Foster, fl. 1975-2014; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Ben Kingsley, 1943-, Jenny Agutter, 1952-, Patrick Ryecart, 1952- and Patsy Kensit, 1968- (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1985), 1 hour 31 mins
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Vanity Fair, Episode Seven
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directed by Michael Owen Morris, fl. 1983; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Eve Matheson, 1960-, Rebecca Saire, 1963-, James Saxon, 1954-2003, David Swift, 1931-2016, Simon Dormandy, 1957-, Benedict Taylor, 1960- and Jack Klaff, 1951-, in Vanity Fair (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 57 mins,
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Thackeray's plucky adventuress Becky Sharp claws her way up through society in this lavish period production, produced in the 1980s, which boasts the Battle of Waterloo as one of its set pieces.
directed by Michael Owen Morris, fl. 1983; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Eve Matheson, 1960-, Rebecca Saire, 1963-, James Saxon, 1954-2003, David Swift, 1931-2016, Simon Dormandy, 1957-, Benedict Taylor, 1960- and Jack Klaff, 1951-, in Vanity Fair (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 57 mins,
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Vanity Fair, Episode Two
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directed by Diarmuid Lawrence, 1947-; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Eve Matheson, 1960-, Rebecca Saire, 1963-, James Saxon, 1954-2003, David Swift, 1931-2016, Simon Dormandy, 1957-, Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Shaughan Seymour, 1949-, Jack Klaff, 1951-, Siân Phillips, 1933- and Freddie Jones, 1927-, in Vanity Fair (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 58 mins,
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Thackeray's plucky adventuress Becky Sharp claws her way up through society in this lavish period production, produced in the 1980s, which boasts the Battle of Waterloo as one of its set pieces.
directed by Diarmuid Lawrence, 1947-; produced by Terrance Dicks, 1935-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Eve Matheson, 1960-, Rebecca Saire, 1963-, James Saxon, 1954-2003, David Swift, 1931-2016, Simon Dormandy, 1957-, Benedict Taylor, 1960-, Shaughan Seymour, 1949-, Jack Klaff, 1951-, Siân Phillips, 1933- and Freddie Jones, 1927-, in Vanity Fair (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 58 mins,
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