Her family living under the heavy burden of poverty, 10 year old Fanny Price is sent to live with her more affluent uncle and aunt, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram of Mansfield Park. Growing up, she is treated as an inferior relation by all but her best friend and cousin Edmund. Quiet, staid, and virtuous Fanny witnesses the stirrings of passion when worldly siblings Henry and Mary Crawford move in next door. Henry toys with the affections of Fanny's cousins Maria and Julia, but then his attentions unexpectedly turn towards Fanny...
Did You Know?
The lavender gown with shear sleeves worn by Liz Crowther
(Julia Bertram) at the Southerton ball is the same costume worn by a guest at the London ball in Poldark
(1996), by a guest at the Netherfield Ball in Pride and Prejudice
(1995), and by an extra in the sketch "Pride & Racial Prejudice" in The Omid Djalili Show
(2007). See more
Version of Mansfield Park