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The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (1989)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama, Family | 15 December 1989 (UK)
Willoughby Chase is the grand but remote home of Sir Willoughby and Lady Green and their daughter Bonnie.

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Letitia Slighcarp
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Mr. Grimshaw
Emily Hudson ...
Bonnie
Aleks Darowska ...
Sylvia
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Gertrude Brisket
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James
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Pattern
Lynton Dearden ...
Simon
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Lord Willoughby
Eleanor David ...
Lady Willoughby
Gillian Hanna ...
Mrs. Shubunkin
Dilys Hamlett ...
Aunt Jane
Abbie Dabner ...
Rupert
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Dr. Morne
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Emma
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Willoughby Chase is the grand but remote home of Sir Willoughby and Lady Green and their daughter Bonnie.

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15 December 1989 (UK)  »

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La strega di Willoughby Chase  »

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Plot varies from Aiken's book but still great fun!!!
26 December 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I remember being enthralled by both the book and this film when I was little. Stephanie Beacham performs brilliantly as the evil Miss Slighcarp. She is well supported by Mel Smith, Jane Horrocks and Richard O'Brien (really likable as James and totally unrecognisable here from his "Rocky Horror" persona). The plot moves quickly and despite not faithfully mirroring the story of Joan Aiken's novel manages to portray all the characters just as they were depicted in the text. I continue to enjoy watching this as an adult - some fans of the book may be unhappy with some of the added material but as a fan of Joan Aiken myself, I think this adaptation and the actors' performances do great justice to her writing.


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