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Brideshead Revisited (1981)

Brideshead Revisited
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Jeremy Irons Jeremy Irons
 Charles Ryder
Diana Quick Diana Quick
 Julia Flyte / ...
Roger Milner Roger Milner
Phoebe Nicholls Phoebe Nicholls
 Cordelia Flyte
Simon Jones Simon Jones
 Lord Brideshead 'Bridey'
Anthony Andrews Anthony Andrews
 Sebastian Flyte
Charles Keating Charles Keating
 Rex Mottram
Claire Bloom Claire Bloom
 Lady Marchmain

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John Mortimer John Mortimer
(11 episodes, 1981)
Evelyn Waugh Evelyn Waugh
(11 episodes, 1981)


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Brideshead Revisited

2 years, 11 months ago at Jun 6 20:02
Now, it has been several years since I read Brideshead Revisited but I am fairly certain that this eleven-part mini-series simply took the novel and filmed it scene for scene. If anything’s been changed it was probably fairly subtle, same could be said if anything was left out. It feels as if Evelyn Waugh’s great novel has made the jump from page to screen fully formed and intact.

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Description: Two young men meet at Oxford. Charles Ryder, though of no family or money, becomes friends with Sebastian Flyte when Sebastian throws up in his college room through an open window. He then invites Charles to dinner after his teddy bear Aloysius 'refuses to talk to him' unless he is forgiven. Charles becomes involved with Sebastian's family, Catholic peers of the realm in Protestant England. The story is told in flashback as Charles, now an officer in the British Army, is moved with his company to an English country house that he discovers to be Brideshead, Sebastian's family home where Charles has a series of memories of his you ... (more)
Release date: 18 January 1982
UPC: 054961562992
Tags: 1981 (2), Drama (1), British (1), Tv Movie (1), Alcoholism (1), English Literature (1), Based On A Novel (1), Oxford (1), TV Mini-series (1), (1)
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