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Jane Eyre (BBC, 1983) / Middlemarch
Jane Eyre / Middlemarch
BBC, 1983
Actors: Juliet Aubrey, Douglas Hodge, Robert Hardy, Peter Jeffrey, Trevyn McDowell
Directors: Anthony Page, Julian Amyes
Genres: Drama, Television
NR     2005

Studio: Warner Home Video Release Date: 03/01/2006


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Actors: Juliet Aubrey, Douglas Hodge, Robert Hardy, Peter Jeffrey, Trevyn McDowell
Directors: Anthony Page, Julian Amyes
Creators: Brian Tufano, Louis Marks, Alexander Baron, Andrew Davies, Charlotte Brontė, George Eliot
Genres: Drama, Television
Sub-Genres: Love & Romance, Television
Studio: BBC Warner
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 04/19/2005
Release Year: 2005
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 7
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Jane Eyre on DVD
B. Crim | Manassas, VA | 05/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I purchased only the Jane Eyre DVD from this set. It's the same production with Timothy Dalton as the older 2-tape VHS edition that has been out for many years. Supposedly the DVD has some additional footage but I have not been able to detect it...certainly no additional scenes. Also, I did not expect the format to be episodes of a TV series, with frequent breaks. The VHS version is a continuous movie."
An English education and history lesson all rolled up into o
Steven C. Millhorn | 04/10/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In describing my thoughts and feelings for the movies Jane Eyre and Middlemarch, it's like telling someone of an old friend. I love to watch these movies over and over again, just to get the raw education and great historical lessons from the land of my ancestry. In Jane Eyre, you have Mr. Rodchester slinging out so many ten dollar words that are not so commonly used in our American discourse, that you feel like you've just been to college and your among the elite in society. You also have the typical themes of the Rich verses Poor, and unprincipaled verses the godly and chaste. But what I like most about Jane Eyre beside the education, was how that one line spoken by Mr. Rodchester seemed to sum up what happened, and what would eventually turn to his good. He said: "fate has out maneuvered me or providence checked me" and to that the minister said Amen! Mr. Rodchester's fate of trying to force a marriage with a godly sweet angel before it's time, was rewarded at the end of the show by the Providence of God. God allowed him to be judged by fire, but then answered his hopes and prayers by letting the whisp of his anguish travel over the air, hundreds of miles to the awaiting ears of his true love. And with Jane about to enter into a marriage with a steely cleric with no heart of love for her, she received the message on the wind from God and from Mr. Rodchester just in the nick of time, and she fled to her fulfillment. I highly recommend Jane Eyre for viewing over and over again, it's an education and a heart throbbing love story all wrapped up into one. Now as far as the history lesson of MiddleMarch is concerned, time and space will not allow enough to be said about this show. It was not your typical English film, this is a series of many plots and sub plots, which show the true nature and character of a growing nation. A snippet out of time, a viewing of the developing countryside society of England's heart land. Once again though, the English protray the villian as a clergyman, and the so called good clergyman, was a pool playing, card playing, pub attendee. But the other plots of love and of riches carries well, and one wishes that Dr. Lidgate would have married Dorothea. This film has many of your favorite English actors in it, and is the kind of movie that you have spend a lot of time with and engross yourself in, to really enjoy......When we want to watch an old favorite, MiddleMarch is right up there with Pride and Prejudice, Emma and Sense and Sensibility. You'll be enriched and educated if you spend time with both of these films. We loved them!"