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Chris Hawthorne (Character)
from Hindle Wakes (1976) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Chris Hawthorn / Christopher Hawthorn


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  1. Hindle Wakes (1976) (TV) Played by Jack Hedley (as Chris Hawthorn)

  2. Holiday Week (1952) Played by Leslie Dwyer (as Chris Hawthorn)
    ... aka "Hindle Wakes" - UK (original title)
  3. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - Hindle Wakes (1950) TV episode, Played by Ernest Butcher (as Christopher Hawthorn)

  4. Hindle Wakes (1947) (TV) Played by Ernest Butcher (as Christopher Hawthorn)

  5. Hindle Wakes (1931) Played by Edmund Gwenn

  6. Fanny Hawthorne (1927) Played by Humberston Wright
    ... aka "Hindle Wakes" - UK (original title)

  7. Hindle Wakes (1918) Played by Edward O'Neill

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Fun Stuff

From Holiday Week (1952)
Chris Hawthorn: What do you think could have happened to her?
Mrs. Hawthorn: Why, it's staring you in the face! She's gone off with a chap, that's what.
Chris Hawthorn: I don't believe it. Our Jenny would never do a thing like that.
Mrs. Hawthorn: Trust you to stick up for her. Well, what else can it mean?
Chris Hawthorn: I don't know. Perhaps she's been kidnapped or something. Maybe I ought to go to the police.
Mrs. Hawthorn: You'll do no such thing. Isn't it enough for you that she's disgraced us, without telling the whole of Hindle?
Chris Hawthorn: We've no proof that she has.
Mrs. Hawthorn: Kidnapped indeed! She put yesterday's date on the card, the sly, artful little... oh, I tell you she's gone off with a chap. And it's you who're to blame Chris Hawthorn, for never having taken a stick to her!
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