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Brideshead revisited. / Volume one, Episodes 1-2

Author: Derek GrangerCharles SturridgeMichael Lindsay-HoggJeremy IronsAnthony AndrewsAll authors
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : Distributed exclusively by Acorn Media Pub., ©2002.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Episode 1: "In early spring 1944, Charles Ryder, a disillusioned Army captain, is preparing to transport his company to Brigade Headquarters at a secret location. Upon their arrival, Charles discovers that his destination is Brideshead Castle, the scene of some of the happiest--and most anguished--times of his earlier life. The sight of the house takes him back to Oxford, 1922, where he first encounters Sebastian
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Derek Granger; Charles Sturridge; Michael Lindsay-Hogg; Jeremy Irons; Anthony Andrews; Diana Quick; Laurence Olivier; Claire Bloom; Evelyn Waugh; Granada Television.; Acorn Media (Firm)
OCLC Number: 50173382
Notes: Based on the book by Evelyn Waugh, adapted by John Mortimer.
Originally produced for television in 1981.
At head of title on container: Evelyn Waugh's.
Cast: Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, Diana Quick, Laurence Olivier, Claire Bloom.
Description: 1 videocassette (152 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Episode 1: Et in Arcadio ego --
Episode 2: Home and abroad.
Other Titles: Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead revisited
Responsibility: Granada Television ; produced by Derek Granger ; directed by Charles Sturridge and Michael Lindsay-Hogg.

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Episode 1: "In early spring 1944, Charles Ryder, a disillusioned Army captain, is preparing to transport his company to Brigade Headquarters at a secret location. Upon their arrival, Charles discovers that his destination is Brideshead Castle, the scene of some of the happiest--and most anguished--times of his earlier life. The sight of the house takes him back to Oxford, 1922, where he first encounters Sebastian Flyte and finds himself drawn into a world of unbridled pleasure and privilege"--Container.

Episode 2: "Charles and Sebastian are left alone in high summer to explore the glories of the great house. Their idyll ends when Lord Brideshead arrives with Cordelia and the family begins to argue about religion. Charles reflects on how little he really knows about his friend"--Container.

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