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Pride and Prejudice


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by JANE AUSTEN , dramatised in five parts by FAY WELDON
3: Mr Bingley 's abrupt departure to London has hurt Jane deeply and Elizabeth is convinced the disagreeable Mr Darcy was to blame, as surely as he was for the misfortunes of Mr Wickham - the most agreeable man Elizabeth ever saw.
Pride and Prejudice goes from strength to strength. (FINANCIAL times) Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by CYRIL COKE


Unknown: Jane Austen
Unknown: Fay Weldon
Unknown: Mr Bingley
Unknown: Mr Darcy
Unknown: Mr Wickham
Composed By: Wilfred Josephs
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: Cyril Coke
Elizabeth Bennet: Euzabeth Garvie
Mr Darcy: David Rintoul
Mr Bennet: Moray Watson
Mrs Bennet: Priscilla Morgan
Lady Catherine de Bourgh: Judy Parfitt
Jane Bennet: Sabina Franklyn
Mr Collins: Malcolm Rennie
Charlotte Collins: Irene Richard
Mary Bennet: Tessa Peake-Jones
Lydia Bennet: Natalie Ogle
Kitty Bennet: Clare Higgins
Col Fitzwilliam: Desmond Adams
Anne de Bourgh: Moir Leslie

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Pride and Prejudice

BBC One London, 24 May 1981 17.45

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