Lady Chatterley (1993– )

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Lady Constance Chatterley is married to the handicapped Sir Clifford Chatterley, who was wounded in the First World War. When they move to his family's estate, Constance (Connie) meets ... See full summary »

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Complete series cast summary:
 Lady Chatterley (4 episodes, 1993)
 Mellors (4 episodes, 1993)
 Sir Clifford Chatterley (4 episodes, 1993)
Shirley Anne Field ...
 Mrs. Bolton (4 episodes, 1993)
Melanie Hughes ...
 Simpson (4 episodes, 1993)
 Field (4 episodes, 1993)
Hetty Baynes ...
 Hilda (3 episodes, 1993)
 Sir Michael Reid (2 episodes, 1993)
Pat Keen ...
 Mrs. Mellors (2 episodes, 1993)
Judith Paris ...
 Mrs. Marshall (2 episodes, 1993)
Breffni McKenna ...
 Donald Forbes (2 episodes, 1993)


Lady Constance Chatterley is married to the handicapped Sir Clifford Chatterley, who was wounded in the First World War. When they move to his family's estate, Constance (Connie) meets their tough-yet-quiet groundskeeper, Oliver Mellors. Soon, she discovers that the source of her unhappiness is from not being fulfilled in love, and in turning to the arms of Mellors, she has a sexual awakening that will change her thoughts forever. Written by Anonymous

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6 June 1993 (UK)  »

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Hetty Baynes plays Hilda, Connie's sister. Their father is played by the mini-series' director, Ken Russell, who was married to Baynes at the time. See more »


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12 October 2005 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

Although this film wasn't thoroughly disappointing, I found it to be somewhat wanting. Before I begin, however, please observe that this mini isn't merely "based-" (a phrase often misused and given far greater emphasis than deserved) "-upon" one of D. H. Lawrence's versions of 'Lady Chatterley's Lover', but contains elements and references to - unless I'm mistaken - all three of them. This might account for the fact that the title of this miniseries has been slightly abbreviated and no longer fully resembles that of the one (version) most commonly known. Anyway, I feel I ought to warn lazy students out there thinking they might get away with just watching this instead of reading the novel - that by the way I find absolutely wonderful!

So, about this series: The acting in many scenes seems 'made for TV' and the dialogue often appears less than natural. That is to say, the actors really wait for their counterparts to finish their lines before uttering their own, something which may be befitting for a stage play, but certainly not for a moving picture, unless adapted especially for senior citizens who'd rather take their time than experience something more or less normal.

Also, Clifford's sudden outbursts and high-school-drama-club type acting gave me the impression he had suffered head trauma or perhaps an aneurysm in addition to his damaged lower half. Watch out especially for his embarrassingly poor and exaggeratedly theatrical (and "un-French") recital of Racine. Oh, and let's not forget Connie's ridiculous tango with her sister, or the ridiculous sister for that matter.

However, I don't want to advise anyone to avoid this adaptation. Richardson and Bean do a good job and are a very convincing couple. The scenes depicting sexual congress, as well as the 'innocent' nude scenes, are few and tastefully arranged. Also, much of Bean's dialogue has been cut down to avoid contrasting too severely with what is essentially well-made (TV-)erotica.

All in all, though not a masterpiece, this is a presentable homage to Lawrence.

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