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The Catherine Cookson anthology

Author: Catherine CooksonCatherine Zeta-JonesL OwenTom BellMaria MilesAll authors
Publisher: Port Washington, NY : KOCH Entertainment LP, 2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The cinder path : The cinder path which led from the MacFell's farmhouse would always symbolize humiliation and defeat for Charlie ... until the opportunity arrives for the "loser" to prove himself.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Cookson; Catherine Zeta-Jones; L Owen; Tom Bell; Maria Miles; Rosalind Ayres; Niamh Cusack; Carmen Ejogo; Tony Armatrading; Art Malik; Billie Whitelaw; Jonathan Kerrigan; Tom Goodman Hill; Melanie Clark Pullen; Christopher Green; Colin Towns; Don Bell; Siobhan Flynn; Jonathan Cake; Malcolm Stoddard; Peter Moth; David Wheatley; Colin Buchanan; Hannah Yelland; Stephen Moyer; Clare Higgins; Elizabeth Carling; T R Bowen; Gillian Kearney; Ray Stevenson; James Purefoy; John Bowler; Diana Hardcastle; Simon Shepherd; Carli Norris; Gavin Abbott; Jill Baker; Alan Seymour; Barrington Pheloung; Keith Richardson; Ray Townsend; Ray Marshall; Simon Langton; Gordon Hann; Alan Parker; Alan Grint; World Wide International Television (Firm).; Festival Films and Television (Firm).; Tyne Tees Television (Firm).
ISBN: 1417230304 9781417230303
OCLC Number: 213357161
Notes: "Based on the best-selling novels [by Catherine Cookson]"--container.
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Production years: 1994-2000.
Credits: The cinder path (1994) : a World Wide International Television/Festival Films and Television production for Tyne Tees Television ; screenplay by Alan Seymour ; music by Barrington Pheloung ; executive producer, Keith Richardson, Ray Townsend ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by Simon Langton.
Colour blind (1998) : a Festival Films and Television production for Tyne Tees Television ; screenplay by Gordon Hann ; music by Alan Parker ; executive producer, Keith Richardson ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by Alan Grint.
A dinner of herbs (2000) : a Festival Films and Television production ; screenplay by Christopher Green and Ray Marshall ; music by Colin Towns ; associate producer, Don Bell ; executive producer, Keith Richardson ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by Alan Grint.
The girl (1996) : a Festival Films and Television production for Tyne Tees Television ; screenplay by Gordon Hann ; music by Colin Towns ; executive producer, Peter Moth ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by David Wheatley.
The secret (2000) : a Festival Films and Television production ; screenplay by T. R. Bowen ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by Alan Grint.
The tide of life (1996) : a Festival Films and Television production for Tyne Tees Television ; screenplay by Gordon Hann ; music by Colin Towns ; executive producer, Peter Moth ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by David Wheatley.
Tilly Trotter (1999) : a Festival Films and Television production for Tyne Tees Television ; screenplay by Ray Marshall ; executive producer, Keith Richardson ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by Alan Grint.
Performer(s): The cinder path : starring Catherine Zeta Jones, Lloyd Owen, Tom Bell, Maria Miles, Rosalind Ayres.
Colour blind : starring Niamh Cusack, Carmen Ejogo, Tony Armatrading, Art Malik.
A dinner of herbs : starring Billie Whitelaw, Jonathan Kerrigan, Tom Goodman Hill, Melanie Clark Pullen.
The girl : starring Siobhan Flynn, Jonathan Cake, Malcolm Stoddard, Jill Baker.
The secret : starring Colin Buchanan, Hannah Yelland, Stephen Moyer, Clare Higgins, Elizabeth Carling.
The tide of life : starring Gillian Kearney, Ray Stevenson, James Purefoy, John Bowler, Diana Hardcastle.
Tilly Trotter : starring Simon Shepherd, Carli Norris, Gavin Abbott.
Description: 8 videodiscs (ca. 21 hr.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Disc one. The cinder path --
Disc two. Colour blind --
Discs three and four. A dinner of herbs --
Disc five. The girl --
Disc six. The secret --
Disc seven. The tide of life --
Disc eight. Tilly Trotter.
Other Titles: The cinder path.
Colour blind.
A dinner of herbs.
The girl.
The secret.
The tide of life.
Tilly Trotter.

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The cinder path : The cinder path which led from the MacFell's farmhouse would always symbolize humiliation and defeat for Charlie ... until the opportunity arrives for the "loser" to prove himself.

Colour blind : Bridget seriously offends her conservative family by marrying an African sailor. After being accused of murder, her husband is forced to leave town. As their daughter grows up, she must learn to cope with the racism surrounding her.

A dinner of herbs : Hal was just a boy when his father was murdered by the ruthless Dan Bannerman. Now, with a family of his own, Hal discovers that the man his daughter hopes to marry is none other than Bannerman's grandson.

The girl : trapped in a disastrous marriage to local butcher Fred Loam, Hannah must fight for her freedom, her life, and the man she loves.

The secret : Freddie Musgrave's life is in state of turmoil when a letter implicates him in murder. Further complications arise when he discovers he has feelings for Belle, a woman married to a madman.

The tide of life : This compelling and gritty story, set at the turn of the century, follows the fortunes of young housekeeper Emily Kennedy as she learns harsh lessons about life and love through her relationships with three very different men.

Tilly Trotter : Set in rural England during the 1930s, Tilly Trotter is the compelling story of a courageous young girl, envied by women and lusted after by men, who is accused of witchcraft and forced to rise above the prejudice of her community.

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