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Saturday Cinema The Wild Heart

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starring
Jennifer Jones , David Farrar with Cyril Cusack
This story of tempestuous romance was photographed in the border country of Shropshire - the setting of Mary Webb 's novel Gone to Earth, from which it is adapted.
Jennifer Jones , who was the wife of David O. Selznick , came from Hollywood to star as Hazel Woodus , an untamed country girl - a creature of the moorland like the animals she befriends but who barely comprehends the customs of human society.
Written, produced, and directed by MICHAEL POWELL and EMERIC PRESSBURGER

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Jones
Unknown: David Farrar
Unknown: Cyril Cusack
Unknown: Mary Webb
Unknown: Jennifer Jones
Unknown: David O. Selznick
Unknown: Hazel Woodus
Directed By: Michael Powell
Hazel Woodus: Jennifer Jones
Jack Reddin: David Farrar
Edward Marston: Cyril Cusack
Abel Woodus: Esmond Knight
Mrs Marston: Sybil Thorndike
Andrew Vessons: Hugh Griffith
Mr James: Edward Chapman
Aunt Prowde: Beatrice Varley
Albert: George Cole

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Saturday Cinema The Wild Heart

BBC Two England, 18 October 1969 15.00






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