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Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)
Will Graham, the fierce and intelligent London gangster, has retreated to the forest to escape the crime life. He is always in control and always on the edge. Will is the haunted center around which the other characters circle: Helen, his jaded, more refined, former lover--a chic restaurateur; Jonat
Romantic comedy thriller surrounding the man who pulled off the "Great Train Robbery" in 1963.
A made-for-cable movie about veteran newscaster, Edward R. Murrow, beginning with his return to CBS in New York at the end of World War II, after his celebrated stint as a radio newsman during the London Blitz. The depiction of Murrow, William S. Paley, Frank Stanton, and Fred Friendly, offers a por
An adaptation of Victor Herbert's operetta, with a new score by Leslie Bricusse. Following an accident on Christmas Eve, 11-year-old Lisa awakens in Toyland, a colorful place inhabited by storybook characters. But the wicked Barnaby is scheming to take over the enchanted land and, with the help of t
When Stephanie, a famous violinist, contracts multiple sclerosis her life begins to fall apart. Her career ends, her husband leaves her for another woman and her favorite pupil leave the country. Unable to bear all this loss, Stephanie attempts suicide.
A top Russian ballet dancer, who defected to the US, crash lands back in his own country. The KGB throws him in Siberia to live with an American expatriate and his Russian wife as a way of convincing him to stay in his homeland.
Russian nuclear physicist turned political dissident Andrei Sakharov, whose outspoken views on human rights oppression in his homeland brought him not only the Nobel Peace Prize, but also internal exile in the closed-to-foreigners city of Gorky, was the timely subject of this made-for-cable film. It
In this lavishly acclaimed, and equally lavish production of the Dickens classic that has been placed on a mantle beside the great film versions of the perennial story, George C. Scott's interpretation of Ebenezer Scrooge, mined for its riches and winning the actor an Emmy nomination, gives the char
In this espionage thriller that tries in its own way to emulate "Casablanca," Robert Wagner plays an American who owns a Lisbon nightclub and Teri Garr is a slightly dippy chanteuse who has stumbled across a Nazi plot to kidnap the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, living at the time (1942) in Portugal.
Gus Gorman, a computer whiz starts working for a conglomerate intent on world domination. Gorman is sent to Superman's hometown of Smallville to destroy Columbia's coffee crop by tampering with the weather satellite. In addition, Gorman unwittingly develops a hybrid of red Kryptonite, which turns Su
The Dickens classic is accorded a new recounting with George C. Scott's off-beat, fatherly approach to Fagin giving a distinct dimension to the time-honored tale. British newcomer, 10-year-old Richard Charles, who had been on the London stage, made his TV acting debut in the title role. James Goldma
The career and love life of Dr. Eleanor Bramwell reach a climax. Her father's gloomy cousin, Mrs. Bruce, has taken over Eleanor's clinic in the East End. Her father, Dr. Robert Bramwell, has run off with a brewery heiress. Her former fiance, Dr. Finn O'Neill, appears to be plotting to kill his new w
The fifth series featuring Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell, the hero of London's downtrodden. As the country enjoys the Diamond Jubilee celebration of Queen Victoria's reign in 1897, Finn O'Neil shatters Eleanor by announcing that he has married an American. At Jubilee party at the Thrift is br
Follows Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell as she continues to shake up the British medical establishment. In the first episode, Eleanor and Marsham try to help Rose, a young girl with an extraordinarily large head, who works as a "living curiosity" at a local street fair.In the second episode, E
An adaptation of the novel by Daphne du Maurier about wealthy Lady Dona St. Columb who leaves the corrupt royal society in London to seek peace and solitude in her family home in Cornwall. On her arrival, she discovers that French pirates are raiding the local community and one particular pirate, Je
Four-part special follows young doctor Eleanor Bramwell as she shakes up the staid British medical establishment in London, 1896.
Multi-part medical drama set in 1890s England. Follows the fortunes of Eleanor Bramwell, who sets her heart and sights on becoming a leading surgeon, an inconceivable ambition for a woman in Victorian England.
Two-part drama based on one of the most celebrated murder trials in British legal history. A solicitor in a small town in the 1920s is in conflict on three fronts: at home, with his domineering and unstable wife; at work, with his ambitious business rival; and outdoors, with the dandelions that have
Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)
A two-part miniseries based on Jeffrey Archer's best-selling about four men who were defrauded by a multimillionaire in a stock exchange plan, and who seek revenge against him.
Costume-Wardrobe (TV Mini-Series)
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