- Edition: Special edition ; widescreen.
- Description: 2 videodiscs (300 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: English
- Format: DVD
- Firth, Colin, 1960-
- Ehle, Jennifer, 1969-
- Steadman, Alison, 1946-
- Whitrow, Benjamin.
- Harker, Susannah.
- Bonham-Carter, Crispin.
- Chancellor, Anna.
- Sawalha, Julia, 1968-
- Bamber, David.
- Langton, Simon.
- Austen, Jane, 1775-1817.
- Arts and Entertainment Network.
- British Broadcasting Corporation.
- A & E Home Video (Firm)
- Austen, Jane, -- 1775-1817. -- Film and video adaptations.
- Young women -- Drama. -- England
- Courtship -- Drama. -- England
- Television adaptations.
- England. -- Drama. -- Social life and customs -- 19th century
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Pride and prejudice 1995
There are currently 2 available and 1 request on 4 copies
Where To Find It
Call number: DVD TV Pride
Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor
Based on the novel by Jane Austen.
Originally produced for television broadcast.
Dolby, digital, stereo.
Bonus features exclusive to this edition listed on containers.
Colin Firth, Jennifer Ehle, Allison [i.e. Alison] Steadman, Benjamin Whitrow, Susannah Harker, Crispin Bonham-Carter, Anna Chancellor, Julia Sawalha, David Bamber, David Bark-Jones.
The story of lively and rebellious Elizabeth, one of five unmarried daughters living in the countryside of 19th century England, in a world where an advantageous marriage is a woman's sole occupation.
Contents: Pride and prejudice.
It is faithful to the book and sure to delight anyone who loves P&P. If you haven't read it yet, by all means, be introduced to Jane Austen's comedy of class and manners in Regency England through this adaptation.
The settings are lovely and every performer talented and well-used. I can watch this version of the book again and again and enjoy the details anew each time. For instance, when Mr. Collins and Lydia run into each other in the stairwell, she in a state of undress. It cracks me up every time, and I've seen it at least 15 times.
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