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|Named Person:||Dennis Potter; Dennis Potter|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dennis Potter; Richard Loncraine; Kenith Trodd; Kika Markham; Phoebe Nicholls; Donald Pleasence; Tom Conti; Denholm Elliott; Gareth Forwood; Bill Weston; Alan Bridges; Cheryl Campbell; Malcolm Stoddard; Ewan Stewart; Madeline Hinde; Michael Culver; David Webb; George Fenton; Gavin Millar; Lionel Jeffries; Peggy Ashcroft; Martin Shaw; Shelagh McLeod; Peter Chelsom; Faith Brook; ITV Productions.; Granada Media (Firm); London Weekend Television (Firm); Pennies From Heaven Ltd.; KOCH Vision (Firm)
|Language Note:||Optional SDH English subtitles.|
|Notes:||Title from container and disc labels.
Originally broadcast on London Weekend Television in 1980.
"ITV Productions Limited ... Granada International Media Limited"--Container.
Special features: Dennis Potter : the last interview (Channel 4 television special originally broadcast April, 1994, with interviewer Melvyn Bragg).
|Credits:||Blade on the feather: Director of photography, Peter Hannan ; editor, Jon Costelloe.
Rain on the roof: Director of photography, Michael Reed ; editor, Ray Helm ; music, George Fenton.
Cream in my coffee: Director of photography, Ernest Vincze ; editor, Derek Bain ; music direction and arrangements, Max Harris.
|Cast:||Blade on the feather: Kika Markham, Phoebe Nicholls, Donald Pleasence, Tom Conti, Denholm Elliott, Gareth Forword, Bill Weston.
Rain on the roof: Cheryl Campbell, Malcolm Stoddard, Ewan Stewart, Madeline Hinde, Michael Culver, David Webb.
Cream in my coffee: Lionel Jeffries, Peggy Ashcroft, Martin Shaw, Shelagh McLeod, Peter Chelsom, Faith Brook.
|Description:||3 videodiscs (255 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, full screen (1.33:1); Dolby Digital 2.0.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Blade on the feather / [written by] Dennis Potter ; produced by Kenith Trodd ; directed by Richard Loncraine ; produced by London Weekend Television Ltd. in association with Pennies From Heaven Ltd. (82 min.) --
Disc 2. Rain on the roof / London Weekend Television ; [written by] Dennis Potter ; produced by Kenith Trodd ; directed by Alan Bridges ; produced by London Weekend Television Ltd. in association with Pennies From Heaven Ltd. (75 min.) --
Disc 3. Cream in my coffee / [written by] Dennis Potter ; produced by Kenith Trodd ; directed by Gavin Millar ; LWT (91 min.).
|Other Titles:||Blade on the feather.
Rain on the roof.
Cream in my coffee.
3 to remember
Three to remember
Rain on the roof: To get back her adulterous husband John, a disturbed Janet, begins to flirt with one of her students. Billy is the simple, mistreated young man she flirts with while giving him his reading lessons. Unfortunately, Janet's flirtation triggers aggressive behavior in Billy, which he, in turn, directs toward John.
Cream in my coffee: Past and present intertwine. The past - In the early 1930s, Bernard and June are a young couple who embark on a pre-marital fling. The present - Now elderly, the same couple revisit the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne where their blossoming romance began.
- Recluses as authors -- England -- Drama.
- Fans (Persons) -- England -- Drama.
- Seduction -- England -- Drama.
- Fathers and daughters -- England -- Drama.
- Family secrets -- England -- Drama.
- Adultery -- Drama.
- Women teachers -- Drama.
- Teacher-student relationships -- Drama.
- Flirting -- Drama.
- Aggressiveness in youth -- Drama.
- Young adults -- England -- Eastbourne (East Sussex) -- Drama.
- Older people -- England -- Eastbourne (East Sussex) -- Drama.
- Man-woman relationships -- England -- Eastbourne (East Sussex) -- Drama.
- Hotels -- England -- Eastbourne (East Sussex) -- Drama.
- Potter, Dennis -- Film adaptations.
- Potter, Dennis.
- Aggressiveness in youth.
- Family secrets.
- Fans (Persons)
- Fathers and daughters.
- Man-woman relationships.
- Older people.
- Recluses as authors.
- Teacher-student relationships.
- Women teachers.
- Young adults.
- England -- Eastbourne (East Sussex)