Canterbury Tales: Season 1, Episode 2

The Wife of Bath (18 Sep. 2003)

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Beth Craddock is a highly successful television actress in her early fifties but her professional success is not reflected in her private life. She has had four husbands and the fourth is ... See full summary »

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Beth
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Rick Bacon ...
Pascale Burgess ...
Jessica
Jane Nash ...
Annie
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Karen
Bill Moody ...
Ernie
Michele Austin ...
Tim Hardy ...
Doctor
Annie Julian ...
The Other Woman
Dylan Charles ...
Jason
John Kirk ...
Policeman
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Beth Craddock is a highly successful television actress in her early fifties but her professional success is not reflected in her private life. She has had four husbands and the fourth is about to leave her for another woman. She begins an affair with co-star Jerome who is thirty years her junior and, despite general disapproval,they are genuinely happy. Unfortunately Jerome's health issues mean that the story does not end well for Beth. Written by don @ minifie-1

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