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Passage To India, A (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Chandrapore 12 A scene not from the E.M. Forster but from director David Lean’s derived screenplay, working on location, Adela (Judy Davis) has just decided against marrying her fiancè, the magistrate she’s come to India to visit, and undertakes a bicycle ride, wild with suggestion, in A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought She Was A Ghost Adela (Judy Davis), visiting from England and determined to experience something of the “real India,” is conversing with Dr. Aziz (Victor Banerjee) and scholar Professor Godbole (Alec Guiness) when her fiancè, colonial judge Ronny (Nigel Havers) appears, finding everything inappropriate, in David Lean’s A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) -- (Movie Clip) The Viceroy's On Board Director David Lean’s screenplay takes a predictably cinematic grip on the E.M. Forster novel, introducing Judy Davis as Adela Quested in1920’s London, Peter Hughes the P&O man, Peggy Ashcroft, as Mrs. Moore, mother of her betrothed, opening A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) -- (Movie Clip) I Give Any Englishman Two Years Director David Lean finishes the train journey to fictional interior Chandrapore, introducing Nigel Havers as colonial official Ronny, greeting his mother (Peggy Ashcroft), his betrothed Adela (Judy Davis), his boss (Richard Wilson), then two locals central to the E.M. Forster story, Victor Banerjee and Art Malik, in A Passage To India, 1984.
Room With A View, A (1986) -- (Movie Clip) You'd Have To Fly Over The Wall Touring Florence, at the Piazza della Signoria, producer Ismail Merchant and director James Ivory working from the E.M. Forster novel, as Lucy (Helena Bonham Carter) observes Italian street action, and is rescued by rogue-ish George (Julian Sands), in A Room With A View 1986.
Room With A View, A (1986) -- (Movie Clip) I Promessi Sposi Following her eventful trip to Florence, we meet the brother and mother (Rupert Graves, Rosemary Leach) of Lucy (Helena Bonham-Carter) and Daniel Day-Lewis, who’s become her fiancè, which doesn’t please the vicar Beebe (Simon Callow), in the Merchant-Ivory breakthrough feature A Room With A View 1986.
Room With A View, A (1986) -- (Movie Clip) We Have No View Straight to the topic, we meet Lucy (Helena Bonham Carter), her chaperone (Maggie Smith) and their less polite but equally English fellows (Denholm Elliott, Julian Sands as the Emersons), ca. 1908, at a Florentine pensione, Judi Dench also dining, opening the Merchant-Ivory hit from the E.M. Forster novel, A Room With A View 1986.
Howards End -- (Movie Clip) There Wasn't Any Moon Rapid events as we meet Margaret (Emma Thompson) reading a letter from sister Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) to Aunt Juley (Prunella Scales) then return to the titular house where Paul (Joseph Bennett) revokes his promise, in Howards End, 1992, from Ismail Merchant and James Ivory.
Howards End -- (Movie Clip) Not Legally Binding Pivotal moment as Henry (Anthony Hopkins) reveals the death-bed instructions left by his wife, son Charles (James Wilby), his wife Dolly (Susan Lindeman) and daughter Evie (Jemma Redgrave) commenting, in the Merchant-Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's Howards End, 1992.
Howards End -- (Movie Clip) You Took My Umbrella Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) has just returned home from a lecture to sister Margaret (Emma Thompson) and brother Tibby (Adrian Ross-Magenty) when Leonard (Samuel West) arrives seeking his umbrella, in the Merchant-Ivory production of Howards End, 1992.