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The Monday Film: Women in Love


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starring Alan Bates , Oliver Reed Glenda Jackson , Jennie Linden with Eleanor Bron
Sisters Ursula and Gudrun Brang wen, emancipated, intelligent but unfulfilled, become involved with school inspector Rupert Birkin and Gerald Crich , son of a wealthy mine-owner. Passion, doubt and finally tragedy will characterise the complex web of relationships within the quartet.
Based on the novel by D. H. LAWRENCE Director KEN RUSSELL , Films: pages 16 17


Unknown: Alan Bates
Unknown: Oliver Reed
Unknown: Glenda Jackson
Unknown: Jennie Linden
Unknown: Eleanor Bron
Unknown: Sisters Ursula
Unknown: Gudrun Brang
Unknown: Rupert Birkin
Unknown: Gerald Crich
Novel By: D. H. Lawrence
Director: Ken Russell
Rupert Birkin: Alan Bates
Gerald Crich: Oliver Reed
Gudrun Brangwen: Glenda Jackson
Ursula Brangwen: Jennle Linden
Hermione Roddice: Eleanor Bron
Mr Tom Brangwen: Michael Gough
Mrs Anna Brangwen: Norma Shebbeare
Mr Thomas Crich: Alan Webb
Mrs Crich: Catherine Wilmer
Winifred Crich: Sarah Nicholls
Laura Crich: Sharon Gurney
Lupton: Christopher Gable
Contessa: Nike Arrighi
Loerke: Vladek Sheybal
Leitner: Richard Hfffer
Minister: James Laurenson
Palmer MICHAEL: (;raham Cox
Barber: Leslie Anderson

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The Monday Film: Women in Love

BBC One London, 22 December 1975 22.05

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