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Emma, Episode 1, Part 1 of 6
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directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 42 mins,
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Set in the small town of Highbury, Emma portrays the often hilarious attempts of Jane Austen's famous character Emma Woodhouse to find proper marital matches for all of her friends. Though she is often mistaken in her judgement, she is counseled and criticized by her neighbour and brother-in-law, the wise Mr. Knig...
directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 42 mins,
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Emma, Episode 2, Part 2 of 6
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directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 44 mins,
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Set in the small town of Highbury, Emma portrays the often hilarious attempts of Jane Austen's famous character Emma Woodhouse to find proper marital matches for all of her friends. Though she is often mistaken in her judgement, she is counseled and criticised by her neighbour and brother-in-law, the wise Mr. Knig...
directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 44 mins,
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Emma, Episode 3, Part 3 of 6
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directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 44 mins,
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Set in the small town of Highbury, Emma portrays the often hilarious attempts of Jane Austen's famous character Emma Woodhouse to find proper marital matches for all of her friends. Though she is often mistaken in her judgement, she is counseled and criticised by her neighbour and brother-in-law, the wise Mr. Knig...
directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 44 mins,
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Emma, Episode 4, Part 4 of 6
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directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 4 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 43 mins,
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Set in the small town of Highbury, Emma portrays the often hilarious attempts of Jane Austen's famous character Emma Woodhouse to find proper marital matches for all of her friends. Though she is often mistaken in her judgement, she is counseled and criticised by her neighbour and brother-in-law, the wise Mr. Knig...
directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 4 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 43 mins,
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Emma, Episode 5, Part 5 of 6
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directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 5 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 45 mins,
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Set in the small town of Highbury, Emma portrays the often hilarious attempts of Jane Austen's famous character Emma Woodhouse to find proper marital matches for all of her friends. Though she is often mistaken in her judgement, she is counseled and criticised by her neighbour and brother-in-law, the wise Mr. Knig...
directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 5 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 45 mins,
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Emma, Episode 6, Part 6 of 6
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directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 6 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 45 mins,
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Set in the small town of Highbury, Emma portrays the often hilarious attempts of Jane Austen's famous character Emma Woodhouse to find proper marital matches for all of her friends. Though she is often mistaken in her judgement, she is counseled and criticised by her neighbour and brother-in-law, the wise Mr. Knig...
directed by John Glenister, 1932-; produced by Martin Lisemore, 1939-1977, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Doran Godwin, 1950-, John Carson, 1927-2016, Donald Eccles, 1908-1986, Constance Chapman, 1912-2003, Ellen Dryden, fl. 1960, Debbie Bowen, fl. 1965, Raymond Adamson, 1920-2002 and Robert East, 1943-, in Emma, Episode 6 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1972, originally published 1815), 45 mins,
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Martin Chuzzlewit, Episode 6
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written by Charles Dickens, 1812-1870; directed by Pedr James, 1940-; produced by Chris Parr, 1943-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Tom Wilkinson, 1948-, Emma Chambers, 1964-, Julia Sawalha, fl. 2002, Paul Scofield, 1922-2008, Ben Walden, fl. 2004, Keith Allen, 1953- and Pete Postlethwaite, 1946-2011, in Martin Chuzzlewit (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1842), 53 mins
Adaption of the Charles Dickens novel. Old Martin Chuzzlewit is a very rich man, but paranoid that everyone is trying to steal his money.
written by Charles Dickens, 1812-1870; directed by Pedr James, 1940-; produced by Chris Parr, 1943-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Tom Wilkinson, 1948-, Emma Chambers, 1964-, Julia Sawalha, fl. 2002, Paul Scofield, 1922-2008, Ben Walden, fl. 2004, Keith Allen, 1953- and Pete Postlethwaite, 1946-2011, in Martin Chuzzlewit (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1842), 53 mins
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Vanity Fair, Episode 1, Part 1 of 8
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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- and Benedict Taylor, 1960-, in Vanity Fair, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 59 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- and Benedict Taylor, 1960-, in Vanity Fair, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 59 mins,
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Vanity Fair, Episode 2, Part 2 of 8
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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, Episode 2 (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, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 58 mins,
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Vanity Fair, Episode 3, Part 3 of 8
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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-, Jack Klaff, 1951-, Freddie Jones, 1927- and Siân Phillips, 1933-, in Vanity Fair, Episode 3 (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-, Jack Klaff, 1951-, Freddie Jones, 1927- and Siân Phillips, 1933-, in Vanity Fair, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1987, originally published 1847), 58 mins,
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