ITV Sunday Night Drama: Season 3, Episode 1

Clouds of Glory: William and Dorothy (9 Jul. 1978)

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Episode credited cast:
Bridget Ashburn ...
Joanna Hutchinson
Robin Bevan ...
Young William
Anthony Carrick ...
Uncle (as Antony Carrick)
Freddie Fletcher ...
Tom Hutchinson
Thomas Henty ...
Jack Hutchinson
Reverend Dewey
Dorothy Wordsworth
Preston Lockwood ...
Dr. Carr
Amanda Murray ...
Mary Worsdwort
Annette Vallo
Sally Sheridan ...
Mrs. Hutchinson (as Sally Adams)
Trevor Wilson ...
John Wordworth
Susan Withers ...
Young Dorothy


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Interesting **1/2 (out of four)
4 February 2005 | by (America) – See all my reviews

This British television film from the late 70's is well acted and filmed. And there are some great nature shots of hillsides and waterfalls. However, this is the lesser of the two 'Clouds of Glory' films from director Ken Russell. He does do some interesting camera work that salvages the film from total mediocrity. And the actors do a good job, but the story itself does not translate well into a movie. The plot revolves around William Wordsworth's relationship with his sister, and the inspiration for his writing. Ken Russell's television films were always interesting, but this was not one of his best. Worth a look though.

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