Daniel Deronda: Season 1, Episode 3

Episode #1.3 (30 Nov. 2002)

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The Grandcourt marriage develops. A critical musician, Herr Klesmer is invited to hear Mirah sing. Daniel finds Mirah's brother Ezra and arranges a meeting. Finally, Sir Hugo Mallinger hands Daniel a letter from his mother.

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Mrs. Davilow
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Contessa Maria Alcharisi
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Anna Steel ...
Catherine Arrowpoint
Marcus Baron ...
Pash
Daniel Arden ...
Gideon
Georgie Glen ...
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The Grandcourt marriage develops. A critical musician, Herr Klesmer is invited to hear Mirah sing. Daniel finds Mirah's brother Ezra and arranges a meeting. Finally, Sir Hugo Mallinger hands Daniel a letter from his mother.

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Sir Hugo Mallinger: Perhaps I liked a little too well having you to myself. But if I have caused you any pain which could have been avoided, I hope you will forgive me.
Daniel Deronda: No. You've never caused me any pain.
[gets up, approaches Sir Hugo and puts his hand on his shoulder]
Daniel Deronda: You have been the best of fathers to me.
Sir Hugo Mallinger: [puts his hand on Daniel's] And you have been the best of sons.
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Porgi amor
(from "The Marriage of Figaro")
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Vocalist Jenny Burn
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