Charlotte Bronte


Life Events


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Jane Eyre (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Could Amuse Me Blustery Rochester (Orson Welles) separates the new governess Jane (Joan Fontaine) from his ward Adele (Margaret O'Brien) in an attempt to address his boredom, in Jane Eyre, 1944, directed by Robert Stevenson from the Charlotte Bronte novel.
Jane Eyre (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I've Never Seen Him New governess Jane (Joan Fontaine) with pupil Adele (Margaret O'Brien) speculates about the master she's never met, followed by his gaudy first appearance (Orson Welles, as "Rochester") on the Yorkshire moors, in the 1944 20th Century Fox Jane Eyre.
Jane Eyre (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Change In England Fake literature, Joan Fontaine as the mature title character narrating an opening that does not appear in the Charlotte Bronte novel, young Jane (Peggy Ann Garner), Mrs. Reed (Agnes Moorehead) and schoolmaster Brocklehurst (Henry Daniell) introduced, in Robert Stevenson's Jane Eyre, 1944.
Devotion (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Thou Art Not So Unkind Aspiring novelist Emily Bronte (Ida Lupino) at work, sister Charlotte (Olivia De Havilland) agonizing, as their rogue brother Branwell (Arthur Kennedy) is delivered home by Nicholls (Paul Henreid), just-arrived assistant to their clergyman father, in the loose literary bio-pic Devotion, 1946.
Devotion (1946) -- (Movie Clip) We Wish To See Life Vignette introducing the Bronte' brother and sisters (Arthur Kennedy as Branwell, Nancy Coleman as Anne, Olivia De Havilland as Charlotte, Ida Lupino as Emily), two of whom wish to become governesses, in West Yorkshire, England ca. 1835, in the fanciful family biography Devotion, 1946.
Jane Eyre (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Dreaming Again Peggy Ann Garner as young the young orphan title character in her famous school punishment, friend Helen (an un-credited Elizabeth Taylor) stealing the scenes, Dr. Rivers (John Sutton) riding by, in Jane Eyre, 1944, starring Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles.