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August 26, 2006

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Janian Media Presentations

I am overwhelmed by the amount of media handed to me this week, mostly thanks to Thisbeciel. Since my earlier post about the Doyle/Harris musical I have been offered a DVD of the production- so watch out for a review of that sometime later. Off the top of my head, there are the two television films from 1957 and 1949 with Patrick McNee and Joan Ilan, and Charleton Heston and Mary Sinclair. There’s the renown Bloom/Quayle audiobook, an opera, a Romanian audiobook (perfect for a family friend…), perhaps a dozen radio adaptations? One of these features Ingrid Bergman as Jane, another has Michael York as Mr. Rochester. On top of this, there’s the BBC radio adaptations of Wuthering Heights, Villette, The Professor, Shirley, and Jane Eyre (with Sophie Thompson and Ciaran Hinds).

Phew.

And that’s just what is relevant to Bronte studies. In addition, there’s this Multimedia Presentation for the BBC’s 1973 mini-series. It is described as a ‘teaser’ of sorts. I have not seen it yet, since I am still on the old dial-up connection but others have complimented it. From the same site there are also three video clips from the 1944 Jane Eyre with Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles here.

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1 Comment »

  1. I have the Anthony Quayle audiobook. I listened to it again recently after many years. And quite frankly I don’t like it!

    Comment by Alison — August 28, 2006 @ 5:02 am |Reply


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