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Author: C S ForesterAndrew GrieveRussell LewisJim GoddardDavid EdgarAll authors
Publisher: New York : A & E Television Networks, [2005]
Series: Horatio Hornblower Vol. I.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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The year is 1793 as England prepares for war with France, young Horation Hornblower reports for duty aboard the battleship, Justinian. His welcome to the King's Navy is harsh, however, as the sadistic Midshipman Simpson takes an instant and violent dislike to the young sailor. An A & E Emmy Award winning series.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Fiction
Named Person: Elspeth Huxley; Catherine, Empress of Russia
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: C S Forester; Andrew Grieve; Russell Lewis; Jim Goddard; David Edgar; Marc Munden; Andrew Davies; Roy Baker; John Hawkesworth; David Thacker; E A Whitehead; Marvin J Chomsky; John Goldsmith; Ian Sharp; Robert Markowitz; John J McLaughlin; Ioan Gruffudd; Robert Lindsay; Dorian Healy; Michael Byrne; Robert Bathurst; Roger Rees; Emily Richard; David Threlfall; John Woodvine; Jane Downs; Natasha Little; Tom Ward; Nathaniel Parker; Miriam Margolyes; Philip Glenister; Hayley Mills; David Robb; Holly Aird; Ben Cross; Nicholas Jones; Ciarán Hinds; Jodhi May; Polly Walker; James Purefoy; Catherine Zeta-Jones; Paul McGann; Ian Richardson; Brian Blessed; Craig McLachlan; Omar Sharif; Hannes Jaenicke; Jeanne Moreau; Mel Ferrer; Justine Waddell; Jason Flemyng; Oliver Milburn; Mira Sorvino; Toby Stephens; Paul Rudd; Martin Donovan; Charles Dickens; William Makepeace Thackeray; Elspeth Huxley; Thomas Hardy; F Scott Fitzgerald; Arts and Entertainment Network.; A & E Home Video (Firm); New Video Group.
ISBN: 0767023056 9780767023054 0767023064 9780767023061 0767049160 9780767049160 0767049179 9780767049177 0767049195 9780767049191 0767049187 9780767049184 0767052749 9780767052740 0767052757 9780767052757 0767078926 9780767078924 076705654X 9780767056540 0767032713 9780767032711 0767052722 9780767052726 076702818X 9780767028189
OCLC Number: 643060192
Language Note: Closed-captioned.
Notes: Special features: about C.S. Forester (Horatio Hornblower, the duel); nautical terms and definitions (Horatio Hornblower, the fire ships); Charles Dickens episode of A & E's Biography; Charles Dickens biography/bibliography (The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby); Thomas Hardy biography and bibliography (The mayor of Casterbridge); cast filmographies (Catherine the Great); F. Scott Fitzgerald episode of A & E's Biography; cast filmographies (The great Gatsby).
Credits: Horatio Hornblower, volume!, the duel: Andrew Grieve, director ; Andrew Benson, producer ; screenplay by Russell Lewis ; based upon the novels by C.S. Forester.
Horatio Hornblower, volume II, the fire ships: Andrew Grieve, director ; Andrew Benson, producer ; screenplay by Michael Cullen ; based upon the novels by C.S. Forester.
The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby: Jim Goddard, director ; Colin Callender, producer ; adapted and written by David Edgar ; based on the original Royal Shakespeare Company production by Trevor Nunn and John Caird ; based on the novel by Charles Dickens.
William Thackeray's Vanity fair: Marc Munden, director ; Gillian McNeill, producer ; adapted by Nigel Davies ; based on the novel by William Thackeray.
The flame trees of Thika: directed by Roy Ward Baker ; John Hawkesworth and Christopher Neame, producers ; dramatized by John Hawkesworth ; based on the novel by Elspeth Huxley.
The mayor of Casterbridge: David Thacker, director ; Georgina Lowe, producer ; adapted for the screen by Ted Whitehead ; based on the novel by Thomas Hardy.
Catherine the Great: Marvin J. Chomsky, director ; Konstantin Thoeren, Wolf Bauer, Marvin J. Chomsky, producers ; screenplay by John Goldsmith.
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles: Ian Sharp, director ; Sarah Wilson, producer ; adapted by Ted Whitehead ; based on the novel by Thomas Hardy.
The great Gatsby: directed by Robert Markowitz ; David Roessell & Craig McNeil, producers ; screenplay by John McLaughlin ; based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Cast: Horatio Hornblower volume I: the duel: Ioan Gruffudd, Robert Lindsay, Dorian Healy, Michael Byrne, Robert Bathurst.
Horatio Hornblower, volume II, the fire ships: Ioan Gruffudd, Robert Lindsay, Dorian Healy, Michael Byrne, Robert Bathurst.
The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby: Roger Rees, Emily Richard, David Threlfall, John Woodvine, Jane Downs.
William Thackeray's Vanity fair: Natasha Little, Frances Gray, Tom Ward, Nathaniel Parker, Jeremy Swift, Miriam Margolyes, Philip Glenister.
The flame trees of Thika: Hayley Mills, David Robb, Holly Aird, Ben Cross, Nicholas Jones, Sharon Mughan.
The mayor of Casterbridge: Ciaran Hinds, Jodhi May, Polly Walker, James Purefoy.
Catherine the Great: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Paul McGann, Ian Richardson, Brian Blessed, Craig McLachlan, Omar Sharif, Hannes Jaenicke, Jeanne Moreau, Mel Ferrer.
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles: Justine Waddell, Jason Flemyng, Oliver Milburn.
The great Gatsy: Mira Sorvino, Toby Stephens, Paul Rudd, Martin Donovan.
Target Audience: Not rated by the MPAA.
Description: 14 videodiscs (approximately 1970 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; Dolby digital stereo.
Contents: Horatio Hornblower, volume!, the duel (1998, ca. 100 min.) --
Horatio Hornblower, volume II, The fire ships (1998, ca. 100 min.) --
The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1982, ca. 9 hr.) --
William Thackeray's Vanity fair (1998, ca. 300 min.) --
The flame trees of Thika (1981, ca. 350 min.) --
The mayor of Casterbridge (2001, ca. 200 min.) --
Catherine the Great (1995, ca. 100 min.) --
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1998, ca. 180 min.) --
The great Gatsby (2000, ca. 100 min.).
Series Title: Horatio Hornblower Vol. I.
Other Titles: Horatio Hornblower, the duel.
Duel.
Horatio Hornblower, the fire ships.
Fire ships.
Life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.
Nicholas Nickleby.
William Thackeray's Vanity fair.
Vanity fair.
Flame trees of Thika.
Mayor of Casterbridge.
Catherine the Great.
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
Great Gatsby.
Romance collection.
Arts and Entertainment literary classics.
Hornblower (Television program)

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The year is 1793 as England prepares for war with France, young Horation Hornblower reports for duty aboard the battleship, Justinian. His welcome to the King's Navy is harsh, however, as the sadistic Midshipman Simpson takes an instant and violent dislike to the young sailor. An A & E Emmy Award winning series.

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