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  1. Red Riding - Wikipedia › wiki › Red_Riding

    Red Riding is a 2009 three-part television adaptation of English author David Peace's Red Riding Quartet (1999–2002). The quartet comprises the novels Nineteen Seventy-Four (1999), Nineteen Seventy-Seven (2000), Nineteen Eighty (2001) and Nineteen Eighty-Three (2002) and the first, third, and fourth of these books became three feature-length television episodes: Red Riding 1974, Red Riding ...

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    • 5 March –, 19 March 2009
  2. Nov 11, 2009 · Trivia The title of the trilogy, "Red Riding", derives from two main sources - Yorkshire, the location of the crimes, and Red Riding Hood, the traditional tale. Yorkshire, a county of England, is divided into three sections or ridings. The action takes place in the West Riding.

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  4. Red Riding | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Red_Riding

    A series of three TV movies based on David Peace's four Red Riding novels. The three specials take place over three years - 1974, 1980, and 1983 - in Yorkshire, and deal with a series of murders mirroring the Real Life Yorkshire Ripper killings. With an ensemble cast of British actors, Red Riding is a dark and engrossing (and disgusting) trilogy.

  5. Red Riding: 1974 (2009) - Rotten Tomatoes › m › red_riding_1974

    "Red Riding: 1974" is essentially about finding a killer of children, but quite honestly, there is so much more behind the screen than you make think. Andrew Garfield is brilliant as Eddie Dunford,...

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  6. "Red Riding Hood" (Playcolt) | The Female Villains Wiki | Fandom › wiki › "Red_Riding_Hood

    "Red Riding Hood" is a minor villainess from the 1974 Italian comic "Playcolt 11: A Disneyland Ride La Morte". She is actually a henchwoman hired by Mandracca to kill Alan Velon while dressed as "Red Riding Hood" and working at Disneyland. Playcolt encounters her while giving chase to her boss.

  7. David Peace - Wikipedia › wiki › David_Peace

    David Peace (born 1967) is an English writer. Best known for his UK-set novels Red Riding Quartet (1999–2002), GB84 (2004), The Damned Utd (2006), and Red or Dead (2013), Peace was named one of the Best of Young British Novelists by Granta in their 2003 list.

  8. Watch Red Riding 1974 | Prime Video - › Red-Riding-1974-Andrew-Garfield

    Red Riding 1974 (77) 7.0 1 h 46 min 2010 18+ Based on real events, a journalist investigating The Yorkshire Ripper, a gruesome serial killer, finds the closer he gets to the truth;the more his own life is in danger.

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  9. Little Red Riding Hood - Wikipedia › wiki › Little_Red_Riding_Hood

    "Little Red Riding Hood" is a European fairy tale about a young girl and a Big Bad Wolf. Its origins can be traced back to the 17th century to several European folk tales, including one from Italy called The False Grandmother.

  10. Red Riding Trilogy movie review (2010) | Roger Ebert › reviews › red-riding-trilogy-2010

    Mar 10, 2010 · "Red Riding Trilogy" is an immersive experience like " The Best of Youth," " Brideshead Revisited " or " Nicholas Nickleby." Over the course of 302 minutes, we sink into a virtual world: the corrupt police and establishment figures of West Yorkshire in England, at the time of the real-life "Yorkshire Ripper."

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