Little Dorrit (2008– )
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London; the 1820s. Amy Dorrit was born in the Marshalsea, a debtors' prison, where her father has been incarcerated for so long he dines out on the fact,regarding himself as a local ... See full summary »

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Mr. Dorrit
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Arthur Clennam
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John Chivery
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Mrs. Clennam
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Jeremiah Flintwinch / Ephraim Flintwinch
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Affery Flintwinch
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Mr. Clennam
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Mr. Meagles
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Pet Meagles
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Tattycoram
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Miss Wade
Janine Duvitski ...
Mrs. Meagles
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Rigaud
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Cavalletto
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London; the 1820s. Amy Dorrit was born in the Marshalsea, a debtors' prison, where her father has been incarcerated for so long he dines out on the fact,regarding himself as a local celebrity. She has just got a job as a seamstress to Mrs. Clennam, a widowed invalid and a ruthless businesswoman who lives in a crumbling town house with her sinister butler Flintwinch and his nervous wife Affery. Arthur Clennam, her son, is returning home after nine years working for the family firm in China. In France he meets a solitary Englishwoman Miss Wade and the retired couple, Mr. and Mrs. Meagles, who have gone abroad to take their spoilt daughter Pet's mind off the unsuitable boyfriend Henry Gowan. They also have an adopted daughter Tattycoram, whom they patronize, and Miss Wade is drawn to her as a kindred spirit. On his return to London Arthur cannot understand why his usually uncharitable mother has engaged Amy and recalls his father's dying words to 'put it right'. He assumes that his ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Mystery | Romance

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29 March 2009 (USA)  »

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The tune Rigaud (Andy Serkis) often sings is called "Le Chevalier du Guet", also known as "Les compagnons de la Marjolaine". See more »

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Le Chevalier du Guet
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