Around 46:28 in the 2012 DVD release, Nelly opens the (poorly constructed) door to Catherine's bedroom from within. While one person manages to barely escape full view, there is a guy seated and wearing a shirt and tie from the mid-20th century. See more »
Songe d'une nuit du sabbat (Dream of the Night of the Sabbath) from Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14
Written by Hector Berlioz See more »
I have just watched Westinghouse Studio One: WUTHERING HEIGHTS starring a very young and handsome 27 year old: Charlton Heston. This production of the classic book, by Emily Bronte, was done very well. Charlton Heston played a superb 'Heathcliff' with Mary Sinclair as 'Cathy'.
This early TV production is one of the best I have seen and over all the cast did a beautiful job with it. Charlton Heston did several productions for Westinghouse Studio One before he was discovered by Hollywood. WUTHERING HEIGHTS was one of his earliest endeavors. Charlton Heston was outstanding with his wonderful resounding, masterful voice delivering his lines with strength and conviction.
If you ever get a chance to view or purchase this RARE production...do so. I only want to caution fans to beware of poor-inferior copies of this film. Make sure your source for purchase is a good one. However, WUTHERING HEIGHTS is a 'MUST SEE' for any Charlton Heston fan.
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