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Heathcliff (1997)

When his childhood love abandons him for a man of higher social rank, Heathcliff seeks vengeance.

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Narrator / Heathcliff
Helen Hobson ...
Cathy (Catherine Earnshaw)
Jimmy Johnston ...
Hindley / Mr Earnshaw
Darryl Knock ...
Edgar Linton
Sara Haggerty ...
Isabella Linton
Gordon Giltrap ...
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Geoff Davids ...
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Robert Fardell ...
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Niki Kitt ...
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Sonia Jones ...
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Suzanne Parry ...
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Phyllida Crowley Smith ...
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Jacqui Jameson ...
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When his childhood love abandons him for a man of higher social rank, Heathcliff seeks vengeance.

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Mr Squeaky Clean goes bad
26 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

Cliff shows what a true professional he is is in this feature. I personally am not a fan but my wife is !! so I watched this with her (grudgingly at first) I admit but at the end I was impressed by solid performances from more or less all of the cast. I think Cliff was cast with the hope that he could turn Heathcliff into a "misunderstood man" instead of as the "Devil incarnate" and it works -


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