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The Tenant of Wildfell Hall 

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Janet Munro ...  Helen Graham / ... 4 episodes, 1968-1969
Bryan Marshall Bryan Marshall ...  Gilbert Markham 4 episodes, 1968-1969
William Gaunt ...  Mr. Lawrence 4 episodes, 1968-1969
Margery Withers Margery Withers ...  Rachel 4 episodes, 1968-1969
Corin Redgrave ...  Arthur Huntingdon 3 episodes, 1969
Megs Jenkins ...  Mrs. Markham 3 episodes, 1968-1969
Anthony May Anthony May ...  Fergus Markham 3 episodes, 1968-1969
Jeremy Burring Jeremy Burring ...  Arthur 3 episodes, 1968-1969
Charles Lamb Charles Lamb ...  Benson 3 episodes, 1969
Suzan Farmer ...  Eliza Millward 2 episodes, 1968-1969
Felicity Kendal ...  Rose 2 episodes, 1968-1969
Jean Anderson ...  Mrs. Maxwell 2 episodes, 1969
Angela Browne Angela Browne ...  Lady Annabella Lowborough 2 episodes, 1969
Donald Burton ...  Hattersley 2 episodes, 1969
Nicola Davies Nicola Davies ...  Esther Hargrave 2 episodes, 1969
Janet Key Janet Key ...  Millicent Hargrave 2 episodes, 1969
Jonathan Newth ...  Walter Hargrave 2 episodes, 1969
John Quentin John Quentin ...  Lord Lowborough 2 episodes, 1969
Valerie Van Ost ...  Miss Myers 2 episodes, 1969
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UK

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English

Release Date:

28 December 1968 (UK) See more »

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(4 episodes)

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Color
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Episode titled "Recluse" is believed to be lost. See more »

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Version of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1996) See more »

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Excellent screen version of a lesser-known 19th century novel
8 February 2009 | by jeandavies35See all my reviews

Anne Bronte is the least known of the three Bronte sisters and this is the lesser known of HER novels, which makes it the more welcome especially in view of the plethora of versions of Jane Austen's novels which have lately filled our screens. The casting - in particular the small boy who has such a big role - is excellent. Everything, costume, homes, furniture and so on , looks right. The Yorkshire countryside is photographed to splendid effect, though a lot of time is spent travelling through it, mainly in a coach but occasionally on horseback. I could have re-read the book instead of watching this and I may still do so but I feel seeing this film version will have deepened my appreciation.


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