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The rector's wife

Author: Lindsay DuncanRonald PickupJonathan CoyHugh WhitemoreAlan WrightAll authors
Publisher: [New York?] : A & E Home Video : A & E Network, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Anna Bouverie, a vibrant woman who has spent 20 years scrimping and saving to raise a family and support her husband's parish work, takes a job at a supermarket when her husband is passed over for a promotion. This simple expression of independence brings her the shocked disapproval of the parish and the icy fury of her husband. Isolated from her community, Anna finds a new self-reliance and attracts the interest of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television plays
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lindsay Duncan; Ronald Pickup; Jonathan Coy; Hugh Whitemore; Alan Wright; Giles Foster; Joanna Trollope; Talisman Production.; Channel Four (Great Britain); Arts and Entertainment Network.; Arts and Entertainment Home Video.
ISBN: 1565014170 : 9781565014176 1565014189 9781565014183 1565014197 9781565014190 1565014200 9781565014206 1565014219 9781565014213
OCLC Number: 31910850
Notes: Based on the novel The rector's wife by Joanna Trollope.
Originally broadcast on Masterpiece theatre.
Credits: Executive producer, Alan Shallcross ; music, Richard Hartley ; film editor, Dick Allen ; camera, Rodrigo Guttierez.
Cast: Lindsay Duncan, Ronald Pickup, Jonathan Coy, Stephen Dillane, Miles Anderson, Joyce Redman, Prunella Scales.
Description: 4 videocassettes (208 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Other Titles: Masterpiece theatre (Television program)
Responsibility: Talisman production for Channel Four ; producer, Alan Wright ; director, Giles Foster ; dramatized by Hugh Whitemore.

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Anna Bouverie, a vibrant woman who has spent 20 years scrimping and saving to raise a family and support her husband's parish work, takes a job at a supermarket when her husband is passed over for a promotion. This simple expression of independence brings her the shocked disapproval of the parish and the icy fury of her husband. Isolated from her community, Anna finds a new self-reliance and attracts the interest of three very different men: Daniel Byrne, the new archdeacon; his younger brother Jonathan, a philosopher and academic; and Patrick O'Sullivan, the brash newcomer to the parish.

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