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Miss Scatcherd (Character)
from Jane Eyre (2011)

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Alternate Names:
Miss Scatchered / Mrs. Scatcherd


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  1. Jane Eyre (2011) Played by Sandy McDade

  2. Jane Eyre (1997) (TV) Played by Ruth Mitchell (as Miss Scatchered)
  3. Jane Eyre (1996) Played by Geraldine Chaplin
    ... aka "Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre" - USA (complete title)

  4. "Jane Eyre"
        - Episode #1.2 (1983) TV episode, Played by Avril Clark (as Miss Scatchered)
        - Episode #1.1 (1983) TV episode, Played by Avril Clark (as Miss Scatchered)

  5. "Jane Eyre"
        - Part 1 (1973) TV episode, Played by Anne Tirard
  6. Jane Eyre (1970) (TV) Played by Barbara Young

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From Jane Eyre (2011)
Mr. Brocklehurst: [Helen is about to be beaten by Ms. Scatcherd] I see you are mortifying this girl's flesh.
Miss Scatcherd: Sir, she was not...
Mr. Brocklehurst: It is your mission to render her contrite and self-denying. Continue.
[Ms. Scatcherd begins beating Helen with a rod. Jane drops her chalkboard as a distraction]
Mr. Brocklehurst: And you, girl.
[He has Jane stand on her stool]
Mr. Brocklehurst: This is the pedestal of infamy, and you will remain on it all day long. You will have neither food nor drink for you must learn how barren is the life of a sinner. Children, I exhort you to shun her, exclude her, shut her out from this day forth. Withhold the hand of friendship and deny your love to Jane Eyre, the liar.
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