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|Named Person:||Benito Mussolini; Clara Petacci; Benito Mussolini; Clara Petacci|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Helen Mirren; Brian Cox; Alan Webb; T P McKenna; Nigel Davenport; Peter Barkworth; Bill Fraser; Beryl Reid; Prunella Scales; Thorley Walters; Robert Hardy; Ronald Pickup; James Bolam; Charles D Gray; Jacqueline Pearce; Colin Higgins; Amanda Knott; Ian Ogilvy; Bill Simpson; Nicholas Jones; Bernard Cribbins; Anthony Andrews; Colin Welland; Michael Elphick; Robin Ellis; John Bird; Janine Duvitski; Colin Jeavons; Brad Davis; Ralph Bates; Ian Holm; Nigel Havers; Celia Gregory; William Rowley; Cedric Messina; Anthony Page; Alan Shallcross; Rosemary Hill; Claude Whatham; Stuart Burge; Donald McWhinnie; Kenith Trodd; Brian Gibson; Piers Haggard; Charles Sturridge; Thomas Middleton; Bernard Shaw; Jack Russell; Christopher Hampton; J M Barrie; William Wycherley; Dennis Potter; Edna O'Brien; Stephen Poliakoff; BBC Worldwide Ltd.; British Broadcasting Corporation.; BBC Video (Firm); 2 Entertain Video (Firm); BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.; Warner Home Video (Firm)|
|Language Note:||In English, with optional English captions.|
|Notes:||Title from container.
The changeling originally broadcast on BBC television in 1974 ; The apple cart originally broadcast on BBC television in 1975 ; Caesar and Claretta originally broadcast on BBC television in 1975 ; The philanthropist originally broadcast on BBC television in 1975 ; The little minister originally broadcast on BBC television in 1975 ; The country wife originally broadcast on BBC television in 1977 ; Blue remembered hills originally broadcast on BBC television in 1979 ; Mrs. Reinhardt originally broadcast on BBC television in 1981 ; Soft targets originally broadcast on BBC television in 1982.
Special features: Disc 1: Helen Mirren remembers: exclusive, newly-recorded interview with Helen Mirren ; Disc 2: BBC talk-show host Michael Parkinson interviews Helen Mirren in 1975.
|Credits:||The changeling: Script editor, Frank Hatherley ; music, Geoffrey Burgon.
Caesar and Claretta: Script editor, Frank Hatherley.
The philanthropist: Stills photographer, Mike Sanders ; script editor, Alan Shallcross.
The little minister: Videotape editor, Malcolm Banthorpe.
The country wife: Script editor, Alan Shallcross.
Blue remembered hills: Photographer, Nat Crosby ; film editor, David Martin ; music, Marc Wilkinson.
Mrs. Reinhardt: Photographers, Elmer Cossey, Barry McCann ; film editor, Dan Rae ; script editor, Erika Bond ; music, Howard Blake.
Soft targets: Photographer, Nat Crosby ; film editor, David Martin ; music, Geoffrey Burgon.
|Cast:||The changeling: Helen Mirren, Brian Cox, Alan Webb, T.P. McKenna.
The apple cart: Nigel Davenport, Peter Barkworth, Bill Fraser, Helen Mirren, Beryl Reid, Prunella Scales, Thorley Walters.
Caesar and Claretta: Robert Hardy, Helen Mirren.
The philanthropist: Ronald Pickup, Helen Mirren, James Bolam, Charles Gray, Jacqueline Pearce, Colin Higgins, Amanda Knott.
The little minister: Helen Mirren, Ian Ogilvy, Peter Barkworth, Bill Simpson, Nicholas Jones.
The country wife: Helen Mirren, Bernard Cribbins, Anthony Andrews.
Blue remembered hills: Colin Welland, Michael Elphick, Robin Ellis, John Bird, Helen Mirren, Janine Duvitski, Colin Jeavons.
Mrs. Reinhardt: Helen Mirren, Brad Davis, Ralph Bates.
Soft targets: Ian Holm, Helen Mirren, Nigel Havers, Celia Gregory.
|Description:||5 videodiscs (ca. 810 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ( p. : ill.)|
|Details:||DVD9, NTSC, region 1, full screen (4:3) presentation; Dolby digital mono.|
|Contents:||Disc 1: The changeling / by Thomas Middleton & William Rowley ; producer, Cedric Messina ; directed by Anthony Page. Disc 2: The apple cart / by Bernard Shaw ; producer, Alan Shallcross ; directed by Cedric Messina --
Caesar and Claretta / by Jack Russell ; producer, Rosemary Hill ; directed by Claude Whatham. Disc 3: The philanthropist / by Christopher Hampton ; producer, Cedric Messina ; directed by Stuart Burge --
The little minister / by J.M. Barrie ; producer, Alan Shallcross ; directed by Cedric Messina. Disc 4: The country wife / by William Wycherley ; producer, Cedric Messina ; directed by Donald McWhinnie --
Blue remembered hills / by Dennis Potter ; produced by Kenith Trodd ; directed by Brian Gibson. Disc 5: Mrs. Reinhardt / by Edna O'Brien ; produced by Alan Shallcross ; directed by Piers Haggard --
Soft targets / by Stephen Poliakoff ; produced by Kenith Trodd ; directed by Charles Sturridge.
Caesar and Claretta.
Blue remembered hills.
Private affairs :
|Responsibility:||BBC Worldwide Ltd. ; British Broadcasting Corporation.|
The apple cart: The king must match wits with an unruly mistress and a cabinet wanting a constitutional monarchy.
Caesar and Claretta: The story of Mussolini and his lover, Claretta Petacci on their last night together.
The philanthropist: A circle of friends talks of unimportant things, seemingly oblivious to the chaos around them.
The little minister: A gypsy girl and the new 'little minister' fall in love, but must overcome her secret, his religion, and his mother.
The country wife: A rake devises a brilliant scheme to lure wives from their husbands, but is stumped by a newlywed from the country.
Blue remembered hills: Two years before the end of WWII, seven children play in the woods until a prank turns deadly.
Mrs. Reinhardt: Mrs. Reinhardt has left her adulterous husband and thinks she can be happy again with a young American, until he changes as well.
Soft targets: Two people find themselves exiles, in their own way, and are drawn together.
- Betrothal -- Drama.
- Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
- Murder for hire -- Drama.
- Kings and rulers -- Drama.
- Mistresses -- Drama.
- Adultery -- Drama.
- Mussolini, Benito, -- 1883-1945 -- Drama.
- Petacci, Clara, -- 1912-1945 -- Drama.
- Friendship -- Drama.
- Clergy -- Drama.
- Romanies -- Drama.
- Married women -- Drama.
- Seduction -- Drama.
- Children -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Drama.
- Ireland -- Social life and customs -- Drama.
- Russians -- England -- Drama.
- Cold War -- Drama.
- Man-woman relationship -- Drama.
- Homicide -- Drama.
- Gypsies -- Drama.
- Wives -- Drama.