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Author: Roy Battersby; Jack Davenport; Juliet Aubrey; Justine Waddell; Acorn Media (Firm)
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : Acorn Media, ©2006.
Series: The Catherine Cookson collection
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Talented carpenter Robert Bradley leaves the Jarrow shipyards in 1913 for a better life in the country and a job in his uncle's furniture business. But he soon finds himself at odds with his God-fearing uncle, and his cousin Carrie is a teenage time bomb waiting to explode. For solace, he escapes to the grounds of a dilapidated country estate, where he meets the ethereal Millie Thorman, known locally as "The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Made-for-TV movies
Melodrama, English
Drama
Love stories
Melodrama
Family
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roy Battersby; Jack Davenport; Juliet Aubrey; Justine Waddell; Acorn Media (Firm)
ISBN: 156938858X 9781569388587
OCLC Number: 65470915
Notes: Videodisc release of the 1997 television program ; based on the novel by Catherine Cookson.
DVD special features: Catherine Cookson biography and cast filmographies.
Credits: Director of photography, Robin Vidgeon ; music, Dominic Muldowney ; editor, Philip Kloss.
Cast: Jack Davenport, Juliet Aubrey, Justine Waddell.
Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 151 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation ; Dolby digital stereo.
Series Title: The Catherine Cookson collection
Other Titles: Catherine Cookson's The moth
Responsibility: a Festival Production for Tees Television in association with World Wide International Television ; produced by Ray Marshall ; screenplay by Gordon Hann ; directed by Roy Battersby.

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"Talented carpenter Robert Bradley leaves the Jarrow shipyards in 1913 for a better life in the country and a job in his uncle's furniture business. But he soon finds himself at odds with his God-fearing uncle, and his cousin Carrie is a teenage time bomb waiting to explode. For solace, he escapes to the grounds of a dilapidated country estate, where he meets the ethereal Millie Thorman, known locally as "The Moth""--Container.

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