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Georgiana Reed (Character)
from Jane Eyre (1996)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Georgiana / Georgiana as a Child / Georgianna Reed / Georginia Reed

Filmography

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  1. Jane Eyre (2011) Played by Emily Haigh / Sarah Hough

  2. "Jane Eyre"
        - Episode #1.4 (2006) TV episode, Played by Alisa Arnah
        - Episode #1.3 (2006) TV episode, Played by Alisa Arnah

  3. Jane Eyre (1996) Played by Sasha Graff
    ... aka "Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre" - USA (complete title)

  4. "Jane Eyre"
        - Episode #1.6 (1983) TV episode, Played by Tracey Childs
        - Episode #1.1 (1983) TV episode, Played by Gemma Walker (as Georgiana as a Child)

  5. "Jane Eyre"
        - Part 1 (1973) TV episode, Played by Caroline Jewson

  6. "Jane Eyre"
        - Episode #1.4 (1957) TV episode, Played by Luisa Rivelli (as Georgiana)
        - Episode #1.2 (1957) TV episode, Played by Luisa Rivelli (as Georgiana)
        - Episode #1.1 (1957) TV episode, Played by Luisa Rivelli (as Georgiana)

  7. Jane Eyre (1934) Played by Anne Howard (as Georgianna Reed)

  8. Jane Eyre (1910/I) Played by Gloria Gallop (as Georginia Reed)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "Jane Eyre: Episode #1.3" (2006)
Georgiana Reed: If only Aunt Gibson would invite me up to town. It would be so much better, if only I could get away for a month or two until it was all over.
Eliza Reed: Georgiana. If there were ever a more vain, absurd animal than you. You are completely useless and in being useless, seek only to cling onto others. If no-one can be found to burden themselves with such a fat, weak, puffy, useless thing you complain that you are ill-treated and neglected. You must be flattered. You must be admired or you languish and die away.
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