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Martin Chuzzlewit

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Six-part adaptation of the novel by Charles Dickens.
4: Jonas, seekingto insure the life of the new Mrs Chuzzlewit , meets Montague Tigg , beggar extraordinary, transformed to
Tigg Montague , man of means. Pecksniff offers Mary Graham a permanent position in his home, and Charity leaves home for the Todgers'. See today's choices.
Screenplay David Lodge: Director Pedr James Repeated next Sunday afternoon on BBC 1
Illustrated booklet. What the Dickens!, is available by sending a cheque for £3.95 to [address removed]
* See This Week: page 7
Followed by New series Tales from the Quilt
Introducing a series often short stories, the first of which is shown tomorrow after My Name Is Bill W, to be shown overthe next two weeks to commemorate World Aids Day. Each tale is linked to the stunning patchwork quilt of memorial panels made by the relatives, friends and partners of those who have died through the Aids virus. Producer Christine Hall Stereo

Contributors

Novel By: Charles Dickens.
Unknown: Mrs Chuzzlewit
Unknown: Montague Tigg
Unknown: Tigg Montague
Unknown: Mary Graham
Producer: Christine Hall
Tigg Montague: Pete Postlethwaite
Jonas Chuzzlewit: Keith Allen
Seth Pecksniff: Tom Wilkinson
Charity Pecksniff: Emma Chambers
Old Martin Chuzzlewit: Paul Scofield
Mary Graham: Pauline Turner
Mercy PecksnW: Julia Sawalha
Mrs Gamp: Elizabeth Spriggs
Tom Pinch: Philip Franks
Mrs Lupin: Lynda Bellingham
David Crimple: David Bradley
MrMould: Sam Kelly
Betsy Prig: Joan Sims
Mrs: Todgers Maggiesteed
Nadgett: Graham Stark
John Westlock: Peter Wingfield
Bailey: Paul Francis
DrJobling: Julian Fellowes
Bullamy: Colin McCormacK
Lewsome: Stephen Mapes
Augustus Moddle: John Padden
Mr Jinkins: Robin Hooper

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