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...  Nana 5 episodes, 1968
Sheila Brennan ...  Rose Mignon 5 episodes, 1968
...  Vandeuvres 5 episodes, 1968
...  Fauchery 5 episodes, 1968
Eric Flynn ...  Daguenet 5 episodes, 1968
...  Count Muffat 5 episodes, 1968
Josie Kidd ...  Zoe 5 episodes, 1968
...  Bordenave 5 episodes, 1968
Mary Mitchell ...  Lucy Stewart 5 episodes, 1968
...  Satin 5 episodes, 1968
...  Labordette 5 episodes, 1968
...  Auguste Mignon 5 episodes, 1968
...  Madame Tricon 4 episodes, 1968
John Bryans ...  Steiner 4 episodes, 1968
Peter Craze ...  Georges Hugon 4 episodes, 1968
Jonathan Dennis ...  Hector de la Faloise 4 episodes, 1968
Nancie Jackson ...  Countess Muffat 4 episodes, 1968
Joyce Latham ...  Gaga 4 episodes, 1968
Alex Marshall ...  Tatan Néné 4 episodes, 1968
Kay Patrick ...  Caroline Héquet 4 episodes, 1968
Eric Woodburn ...  Marquis de Chouard 4 episodes, 1968
Alan Browning ...  Fontan 3 episodes, 1968
Nancy Gabrielle ...  Laure 3 episodes, 1968
Barbara Lott ...  Madame Hugon 3 episodes, 1968
Clifford Parrish ...  Prullière 3 episodes, 1968
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Said to be the second drama made in Colour by the Bcc. See more »

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I saw this production on PBS around 1975 but it's not listed on Masterpiece Theatre's
6 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

This production of Emile Zola's Nana was one of my wife's favorite TV dramatic performances. I recall the shocking finale depicting Nana's fate. I thought it was shown on PBS's Masterpiece Theatre about 1975 because I remember some introductory comments about Zola's work and the reaction to it at the time of its publication, but there is no reference to it in the list of Masterpiece Theatre's presentations on the PBS website. IMDb lists its production date as 1968 so there's a significant gap between its creation and its American showing. This would seem to imply that there must have been some medium that the production was recorded on. Perhaps the BBC could be contacted about it?


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