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Hound of the Baskervilles, Part 3
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directed by Peter Duguid, 1923-2009; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Tom Baker, 1934-, Nicholas Woodeson, 1949- and Terence Rigby, 1937-2008, in Hound of the Baskervilles (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins
Who can rid the Baskervilles of their dreaded family curse?Elementary, my dear Watson: Sherlock Holmes, of course! Filmed on location on Dartmoor, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are hot on the trail of the legendary hound from hell.
directed by Peter Duguid, 1923-2009; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Tom Baker, 1934-, Nicholas Woodeson, 1949- and Terence Rigby, 1937-2008, in Hound of the Baskervilles (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins
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Hound of the Baskervilles, Part 4
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directed by Peter Duguid, 1923-2009; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Tom Baker, 1934-, Nicholas Woodeson, 1949- and Terence Rigby, 1937-2008, in Hound of the Baskervilles (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins
Who can rid the Baskervilles of their dreaded family curse?Elementary, my dear Watson: Sherlock Holmes, of course! Filmed on location on Dartmoor, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are hot on the trail of the legendary hound from hell.
directed by Peter Duguid, 1923-2009; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Tom Baker, 1934-, Nicholas Woodeson, 1949- and Terence Rigby, 1937-2008, in Hound of the Baskervilles (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 30 mins
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Lady of the Camellias, The Lady of the Camellias, part 2
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directed by Robert Knights, 1942-; produced by Richard Beynon, 1925-1999, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Kate Nelligan, 1950-, Peter Firth, 1953- and Garrick Hagon, 1939-, in Lady of the Camellias (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1976), 52 mins
The world-famous, tear-jerking story of a consumptive courtesan. Adapted from Alexandre Dumas fils, set in l9th-century Paris.
directed by Robert Knights, 1942-; produced by Richard Beynon, 1925-1999, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Kate Nelligan, 1950-, Peter Firth, 1953- and Garrick Hagon, 1939-, in Lady of the Camellias (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1976), 52 mins
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Little Women (1970), Part 1
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directed by Paddy Russell, 1928-2017; produced by John McRae, fl. 1967-2000, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Angela Down, 1946-, Jo Rowbottom, 1942-, Janina Faye, 1948- and Sarah Craze, 1948-, in Little Women (1970) (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1970), 26 mins
This mini-series directed by Paddy Russell is British Broadcasting Corporation's third television adaptation of author Louisa May Alcott's novel of the same name. Part 1 of 9.
directed by Paddy Russell, 1928-2017; produced by John McRae, fl. 1967-2000, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Angela Down, 1946-, Jo Rowbottom, 1942-, Janina Faye, 1948- and Sarah Craze, 1948-, in Little Women (1970) (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1970), 26 mins
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Madame Bovary (1975), Part 3, Part 3
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directed by Rodney Bennett, 1935-2017; produced by Richard Beynon, 1925-1999, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Francesca Annis, 1945- and Tom Conti, 1941-, in Madame Bovary (1975), Part 3 (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1975), 53 mins
Failed by her husband and deserted by lovers, Emma Bovary hides reality in the dangerous spending of money. Until a chance reunion brings romance surging back into her life again.
directed by Rodney Bennett, 1935-2017; produced by Richard Beynon, 1925-1999, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Francesca Annis, 1945- and Tom Conti, 1941-, in Madame Bovary (1975), Part 3 (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1975), 53 mins
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The Old Curiosity Shop, Episode 5
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directed by Julian Amyes, 1917-1992; designed by Michael Edwards, fl. 1964, Joyce Hawkins, fl. 1959-1987; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Natalie Ogle, 1960-, Trevor Peacock, 1931-, Sebastian Shaw, 1905-1994, Granville Saxton, 1948- and Christopher Fairbank, 1953-, in The Old Curiosity Shop (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1979), 27 mins
In addition to working as Brass' clerk, Swiveller is spying for Quilp. Nell and her grandfather have found work and lodging with Mrs Jarley's touring waxwork show.
directed by Julian Amyes, 1917-1992; designed by Michael Edwards, fl. 1964, Joyce Hawkins, fl. 1959-1987; produced by Barry Letts, 1925-2009, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Natalie Ogle, 1960-, Trevor Peacock, 1931-, Sebastian Shaw, 1905-1994, Granville Saxton, 1948- and Christopher Fairbank, 1953-, in The Old Curiosity Shop (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1979), 27 mins
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Vanity Fair, Part 3
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directed by Marc Munden, fl. 1989-2017; designed by Rosalind Ebbutt, fl. 1980; produced by Gillian McNeill, fl. 1993-2016, British Broadcasting Corporation and A&E Television Networks; performed by Natasha Little, 1969-, Frances Grey, 1970-, Philip Glenister, 1963-, Tom Ward, 1971- and David Ross, 1945-, in Vanity Fair (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1998), 53 mins
Dramatisation of William Thackeray's satire of English society during the Napoleonic wars. Becky and Rawdon are short of money, but are being ignored by polite society.
directed by Marc Munden, fl. 1989-2017; designed by Rosalind Ebbutt, fl. 1980; produced by Gillian McNeill, fl. 1993-2016, British Broadcasting Corporation and A&E Television Networks; performed by Natasha Little, 1969-, Frances Grey, 1970-, Philip Glenister, 1963-, Tom Ward, 1971- and David Ross, 1945-, in Vanity Fair (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1998), 53 mins
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The Woman in White, Part 1
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written by Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889; directed by John Bruce, fl. 1967; designed by Barbara Kronig, fl. 1970-1993; produced by Jonathan Powell, 1947-, British Broadcasting Corporation and RCTV (Production company); performed by Diana Quick, 1946-, Ian Richardson, 1934-2007, John Shrapnel, 1942-, Jenny Seagrove and Daniel Gerroll, 1951-, in The Woman in White (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 55 mins
This a television adaptation of Wilkie Collins' Victorian novel of the same name. Part 1 of 5.
written by Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889; directed by John Bruce, fl. 1967; designed by Barbara Kronig, fl. 1970-1993; produced by Jonathan Powell, 1947-, British Broadcasting Corporation and RCTV (Production company); performed by Diana Quick, 1946-, Ian Richardson, 1934-2007, John Shrapnel, 1942-, Jenny Seagrove and Daniel Gerroll, 1951-, in The Woman in White (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 55 mins
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The Woman in White, Part 2
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written by Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889; directed by John Bruce, fl. 1967; designed by Barbara Kronig, fl. 1970-1993; produced by Jonathan Powell, 1947-, British Broadcasting Corporation and RCTV (Production company); performed by Diana Quick, 1946-, Ian Richardson, 1934-2007, John Shrapnel, 1942-, Jenny Seagrove and Daniel Gerroll, 1951-, in The Woman in White (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 53 mins
This a television adaptation of Wilkie Collins' Victorian novel of the same name. Part 2 of 5.
written by Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889; directed by John Bruce, fl. 1967; designed by Barbara Kronig, fl. 1970-1993; produced by Jonathan Powell, 1947-, British Broadcasting Corporation and RCTV (Production company); performed by Diana Quick, 1946-, Ian Richardson, 1934-2007, John Shrapnel, 1942-, Jenny Seagrove and Daniel Gerroll, 1951-, in The Woman in White (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1982), 53 mins
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Wuthering Heights, Part 2
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written by Emily Bronté; directed by Peter Hammond, 1923-; designed by Clare Andrade, fl. 2000; produced by Jonathan Powell, 1947-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Ken Hutchinson, 1943-, Kay Adshead, 1954- and John Duttine, 1949-, in Wuthering Heights (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1978), 53 mins
Adaptation of Emily Bronte's haunting classic about the doomed love between Cathy and the tormented Heathcliff, whose heartbreak propels him into a quest for revenge that reaches across generations.
written by Emily Bronté; directed by Peter Hammond, 1923-; designed by Clare Andrade, fl. 2000; produced by Jonathan Powell, 1947-, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Ken Hutchinson, 1943-, Kay Adshead, 1954- and John Duttine, 1949-, in Wuthering Heights (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1978), 53 mins
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