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 Daniel Deronda 6 episodes, 1970
Martha Henry ...
 Gwendolen Grandcourt / ... 6 episodes, 1970
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 Henleigh Grandcourt 6 episodes, 1970
Noel Davis ...
 Mr. Vandernoodt 6 episodes, 1970
Sarah Craze ...
 Kate Meyrick 5 episodes, 1970
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 Mab Meyrick 5 episodes, 1970
Patricia Hastings ...
 Lady Mallinger 5 episodes, 1970
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 Mrs. Meyrick 5 episodes, 1970
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 Sir Hugo Mallinger 5 episodes, 1970
Vanessa Miles ...
 Mirah Lapidoth 5 episodes, 1970
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 Mordecai 3 episodes, 1970
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 Mr. Lush 3 episodes, 1970
Laurence Carter ...
 Herr Klesmer 3 episodes, 1970
Yvonne Coulette ...
 Mrs. Davilow 3 episodes, 1970
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 Rev. Gascoigne 3 episodes, 1970
Dorothy Black ...
 Lady Pentreath 2 episodes, 1970
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 Mr. Mackworth 2 episodes, 1970
Gerald Case ...
 Mr. Arrowpoint 2 episodes, 1970
Joyce Heron ...
 Mrs. Arrowpoint 2 episodes, 1970
Kate Lansbury ...
 Catherine Arrowpoint 2 episodes, 1970
Cicely Paget-Bowman ...
 Baroness von Langen 2 episodes, 1970
Antony Webb ...
 Mr. Buchan 2 episodes, 1970
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Understanding the characters
5 January 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I well remember seeing this serial version of Daniel Deronda in the old days of black and white TV. The character played by Robert Hardy was so well realised; he really seemed an unbearable person, unlike in the later version when he was merely unpleasant. Our sympathies were with Gwendolen, although she is a flawed personality. By the end of the story you feel she might reform...I don't think this gives too much away! Daniel himself is enthralling, and of course in those days the scriptwriters were allowed to give their characters so much more dialogue. You had a chance of understanding the thought-processes and developments of the characters without being bored. Later adaptations can seem so shallow.


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