Moonacre (1994– )

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Jean Anderson ...
Iain Cuthbertson ...
 Father Francis
Richard Elfyn ...
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 Robin
Philip Madoc ...
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 Old Elspeth
Big Mick ...
Alannah O'Sullivan ...
Camilla Power ...
 Maria
Graham Stark ...
Thomas Szekeres ...
 Peter
Polona Vetrih ...
 Lady Blackheart
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At the time, Noah Huntley and Camilla Power played siblings Luke and Jessica McAllister in the soap opera "Emmerdale". See more »

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11 September 2003 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

This was a 6 part mini-series based on the children's book "The Little White Horse" by Elizabeth Goudge (which, incidently, is J. K. Rowling's favourite children's book). It aired in England.

PLOT SUMMARY: When Maria Merryweather is orphaned, she must move to Moonacre Manor with her ever-faithful governess, Miss Heliotrope, and her Spaniel, Wiggins. Maria hasn't been at the Manor long before she discovers that her new home has a tragic past, which she becomes determined to correct...

This is a sweet, old-fashioned story about a stubborn, bad-tempered little girl in the Victorian Era who must learn, with some help, to control herself in order to help others.


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