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Scarlet and Black

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The final part of Stendhal's classic novel.
Starring Ewan McGregor To conquer the heart of a woman a military campaign is needed. Julien goes into battle determined to win at all costs.
Dramatised by Stephen Lowe
Producer Rosalind Wolfes ; Director Ben Bolt

Contributors

Unknown: Ewan McGregor
Dramatised By: Stephen Lowe
Producer: Rosalind Wolfes
Julien Sorel: Ewan McGregor
Mathilde: Rachel Weisz
Napoleon: Christopher Fulford
Marquis de la Mole: Tp McKenna
Comte Norbert: Christopher Brand
Comte de Croisenois: Crlspln Bonham-Carter
Etienette: Kate Maravan
Marquise de la Mole: Jo Ross
Madame de Fervaques: Helen Fitzgerald
Abbé Pirard: Stratford Johns
Comte de Beauvoisis: Edward Atterton
Abbé de Frilair: Clive Arrindell
Valenod: Michael Attwell
Madame de Renal: Alice Krige

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