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Martin Chuzzlewit, Episode 5
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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, 1968-, Paul Scofield, 1922-2008, Ben Walden, fl. 2004, Keith Allen, 1953- and Pete Postlethwaite, 1946-2011, in Martin Chuzzlewit (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1994), 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, 1968-, Paul Scofield, 1922-2008, Ben Walden, fl. 2004, Keith Allen, 1953- and Pete Postlethwaite, 1946-2011, in Martin Chuzzlewit (United Kingdom: BBC Worldwide, 1994), 53 mins
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The Old Curiosity Shop, Episode 6
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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, originally published 1840), 27 mins
Nell and her grandfather have had to leave the waxwork show in a hurry to avoid being caught by Quilp.
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, originally published 1840), 27 mins
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The Old Curiosity Shop, Episode 1
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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), 52 mins,
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Little Nell and her grandfather are harried by the odious, misshapen money lender Quilp who plans to marry Little Nell when she is older.
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), 52 mins,
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The Old Curiosity Shop, Episode 2
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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
Quilp has taken possession of the Curiosity Shop and its contents in settlement of Grandfather's gambling debts.
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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The Old Curiosity Shop, Episode 4
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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
Fourth episode of adaptation of Dickens' classic novel. Quilp has left London to search for Nell and her grandfather.
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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The Old Curiosity Shop, Episode 7
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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
Nell and her grandfather have met a kindly schoolmaster who has promised to take them to a village off the beaten track, where they will be safe and find work.
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 1
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written by William Makepeace Thackeray, 1811-1863; 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, originally published 1848), 51 mins
Destitute orphan Becky Sharp moves to London to stay with her firm friend Amelia Sedley. She soon finds employment and opportunity as a governess for Sir Pitt Crawley.
written by William Makepeace Thackeray, 1811-1863; 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, originally published 1848), 51 mins
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The Woman in White, Part 4
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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 4 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 5
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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), 56 mins
This a television adaptation of Wilkie Collins' Victorian novel of the same name. Part 5 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), 56 mins
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Wuthering Heights, Part 1
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written by Emily Brontë, 1818-1848; 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), 51 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 Brontë, 1818-1848; 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), 51 mins
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