Feb 01, 1981 · Storyline The Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne, must search for a new house with their mother; their former home and the majority of the money having been inherited by their half-brother at the passing of their father. The family is given the lease of a cottage by a kind cousin.
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Sense and Sensibility (1981) Season 1 (500) 1981 TV-PG Jane Austen's tale of two devoted sisters with totally differing attitudes to life and love.
Jane Austen's classic tale of two very different sisters. Tracey Childs plays the young Marianne, with her passionate hunger for emotional experience & Irene Richard plays her sister Elinor, outwardly so cool & collected. S1, Ep2 8 Feb. 1981
Having several versions of "Sense & Sensibility," I really wanted to add this adaptation to my collection. It was made for television on a lower budget than a Hollywood production. The opening scene is a bit cheesy. Yet, I was quickly drawn in by the story and the acting. The characters are very stoic and stilted in their mannerisms and speech.
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Feb 04, 2019 · TV Miniseries Review: Sense and Sensibility 1981 Sense and Sensibility is a seven-part, three-hour miniseries produced by the BBC in the early ’80s. Better than some earlier BBC Austen adaptations, where it’s all theatrical sets and indoor lighting, this Sense and Sensibility does benefit from the out-of-doors and natural lighting.
Adapted Austen: Sense and Sensibility, 1981 Ten years after its first attempt, the BBC took another stab at Sense and Sensibility. In some respects, it’s a step sideways, if not backwards; this 1981 production looks in many cases even cheaper than its predecessor, despite using actual houses of the period rather than wobbly stage sets.
Jan 06, 2011 · The 1981 BBC adaptation of Sense and Sensibility is presented in seven, half hour segments. While like its predecessor, the 1971 version (read my review here), Margaret Dashwood is not included in the script, for the most part it sticks fairly strictly to the novel.
In 1989, Lindsay Doran, the new president of production company Mirage Enterprises, was on a company retreat brainstorming potential film ideas when she suggested the Jane Austen novel Sense and Sensibility to her colleagues. It had been adapted three times, most recently in a 1981 television serial.
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