Mansfield Park: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (13 Nov. 1983)

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Fanny has grown up to be an indispensable member of the household at Mansfield Park. During Sir Thomas's absence abroad, the glamorous Crawfords from London stay in the neighborhood, to the delight of almost everyone.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Angela Pleasence ...
Jackie Smith-Wood ...
Robert Burbage ...
Liz Crowther ...
Jonathan Stephens ...
Susan Edmonstone ...
Mrs. Grant
Gillian Martell ...
Mrs. Rushworth
Neville Phillips ...
Norman Mann ...


As the charming Crawfords mix in with the Bertrams, Edmund's apparent infatuation with Mary Crawford (which Mary can't equally return once she hears of his interest in becoming a clergyman) and Maria's callous disregard of her fiancé, Mr. Rushmore, at the site of a locked gate (compounded by her wandering interest in Henry Crawford) disturbs Fanny. Written by statmanjeff

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Drama | Romance





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Mrs. Grant: [of turning Henry's thoughts toward marriage] Mary, how SHALL we manage him?
Mary Crawford: We must leave him to himself. Talking does no good. He will be taken in at last.
Mrs. Grant: Oh, I wouldn't have him taken in. I wouldn't have him duped.
Mary Crawford: Oh, let him stand his chance and be taken in. It will do just as well. Everybody is.
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There is a Lady Sweet and Kind
By Thomas Ford
Performed by Samantha Bond, Jonathan Stephens, Liz Crowther, Jackie Smith-Wood and Robert Burbage
[Maria, Julia, Mr. Rushworth, Mary Crawford and Henry Crawford sing a glee at Mansfield Park]
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