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Screen Two: Northanger Abbey

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Screenplay by MAGGIE WADEY from the novel by JANE AUSTEN starring
Peter Firth
Googie Withers
Robert Hardy and Katharine Schlesinger
Like teenage girls of all times Catherine Morland adores reading stories of love and adventure: maidens abducted to sinister castles, bodies concealed behind damask curtains, heroes riding to the rescue on white horses. All very different from the materialistic pleasure-seeking world of 18th-century Bath. But when aristocratic Henry Tilney invites her to Northanger Abbey it seems her fantasies may come true.
Original music composed by ILONA SEKACZ
Costume designer NICHOLAS ROCKER
Designer CECILIA BRERETON Film editor ROBIN SALES Photography NAT CROSBY Producer LOUIS MARKS
Directed by GILES FOSTER
0 FEATURE: page 98 and FILMS: page 29
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Contributors

Unknown: Maggie Wadey
Novel By: Jane Austen
Unknown: Peter Firth
Unknown: Googie Withers
Unknown: Robert Hardy
Unknown: Katharine Schlesinger
Unknown: Catherine Morland
Unknown: Henry Tilney
Composed By: Ilona Sekacz
Designer: Nicholas Rocker
Designer: Cecilia Brereton
Directed By: Giles Foster
Catherine Morland: Katharine Schlesinger
Henry Tilney: Peter Firth
General Tilney: Robert Hardy
Mrs Allen: Googie Withers
Mr Allen: Geoffrey Chater
Isabella Thorpe: Cassie Stuart
John Thorpe: Jonathan Coy
Eleanor Tilney: Ingrid Lacey
Frederick Tilney: Greg Hicks
James Morland: Philip Bird
Mrs Thorpe: Elvi Hale
Mrs Morland: Helen Fraser
Mr Morland: David Rolfe
Marchioness: Elaine Ives-Cameron
' Alice: Angela Curran
Miss Digby: Tricia Morrish
Edward Morland: Oliver Hembrough
Thorpe sisters: Anne-Marie Mullane
Thorpe sisters: Michelle Arthur
Jenny: Sarah-Jane Holm
Page boy: Raphael Alleyne

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Screen Two: Northanger Abbey

BBC Two England, 15 February 1987 22.10






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