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The Tenant of Wildfell Hall


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A three-part dramatisation of Anne Bronte 's classic novel.
Starring Tara Fitzgerald
Toby Stephens , Rupert Graves
Part 1: Helen Graham and heryoungson come to live at desolate Wildfell Hall.
Part 2 at 9.40pm. See today's choices.
Dramatised by David Nokes and Janet Barron Producer Suzan Harrison ; Director Mike Barker
♦ The Bronte business: page 21


Unknown: Anne Bronte
Unknown: Tara Fitzgerald
Unknown: Toby Stephens
Unknown: Helen Graham
Dramatised By: David Nokes
Dramatised By: Janet Barron
Producer: Suzan Harrison
Director: Mike Barker
Helen: Tara Fitzgerald
Gilbert Markham: Toby Stephens
Huntingdon: Rupert Graves
Mrs Markham: Pam Ferris
Reverend Millward: Kenneth Cranham
Annabella: Beatie Edney
Mr Lawrence: James Purefoy
Rose Markham: Paloma Baeza
Eliza Millward: Miranda Pleasence
Hargrave: Sean Gallagher
Hattersley: Jonathan Cake
Rachel: Sarah Badel
Miss Myers: Cathy Murphy
Arthur, aged 5: Jackson Leach
Fergus Markham: Joe Absolom
Mrs Wilson: Janet Dale
Richard: Wilson Aranbell
Betty: Kate Somersby
Lowborough: Dominic Rowan
Milicent: Susannah Wise
Benson: Kim Durham
MrBoarham: Jeremy Anthony

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The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

BBC One London, 17 November 1996 20.30

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