The Love School (1975– )
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Story of Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of Victorian artists.

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Episode credited cast:
... Rossetti
... John Everett Millais
... William Holman Hunt
... John Ruskin
... Jane Burden
Anne Kidd ... Effie Gray / Ruskin
... Annie Miller
... Lizzie Siddall
... William Millais
Nickolas Grace ... William Rossetti
... Stephens
... Thomas Woolner
John Quentin
... Ford Maddox-Brown
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... William Morris
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Story of Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of Victorian artists.

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22 January 1975 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Love School aka The Brotherhood
12 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

Oh how I wish this excellent drama was available to buy, but unfortunately the BBC don't have any plans to release it. Unlike 'Desperate Romantics' currently showing on BBC television (Aug.2009) 'The Love School' actually portrayed the artists' ART as well as their lives and managed to do so without all the breathless and rather too frequent sex scenes or ridiculous 'Carry On' film style music all the way through. It also featured world-class actors and actresses who actually looked like the characters they were portraying. If you would like to be able to buy a DVD of the series, I urge you to write to the BBC - perhaps if they get bombarded with requests they may listen to the people who pay them their licence fees and release it for sale.


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