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Cold Comfort Farm (TV Movie 1995) Poster

(1995 TV Movie)

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Towards the end of the film, Judith Starkadder can be seen reading tarot cards. The one that she has in her hand is "the Sun". This is considered to represent "earthly happiness" in tarot interpretation.
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The Jane Austen quote - "What a pleasant life may be had in this world by a handsome, sensible old lady of good fortune blessed with a sound constitution and a firm will." - is fictitious and not from any Jane Austen book or other writing.
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The quotes from Flora's novel-in-progress are abridged from the original novel of Cold Comfort Farm." Most of them are from sections that the author playfully wrote to be over-florid and wordy.
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Though made for television, the film was released to theaters.
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Originally made for British TV, this received a theatrical release in the US. This was sufficiently well received to subsequently secure the film a cinema release in the UK.
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Last film of Frederick Jaeger.
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Freddie Jones, who plays Adam Lambsbreath, played Dr. Mudel and Urk in the 1968 TV movie version of Cold Comfort Farm (1968)
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The copyright at the end of the film is listed as MCMXV, which is translated to 1915. The movie was copyrighted in 1995, so the numerals should read MCMXCV.
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Charles Fairford's biplane is a 1930 De Havilland DH 60G Gipsy Moth (construction number 1259, registration G-ABAG).
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