D. H. Lawrence: Fifty Years on Film

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The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd. Directed by Claude Watham. Granada TV, 1961. With Jennifer Wilson (Lizzie Holroyd), Edward Judd (Charlie Holroyd), Paul Daneman (Blackmore), Jimmy Ogden (Jack Holroyd), and Jennifer Quarmby (Minnie Holroyd).

D. H. Lawrence Short Story Series. Produced by Margaret Morris. Granada TV, 1965– 1967.

The Granada series adapted sixteen Lawrence stories for television, including “The Blind Man, ” “The Blue Moccasins, ” “Daughters of the Vicar, ” “In Love, ” “Monkey Nuts, ” “Mother and Daughter, ” “None of That, ” “The Prussian Officer, ” “Samson and Delilah, ” “Strike Pay, ” “Tickets, Please, ” “Two Blue Birds, ” and “The White Stocking. ”

The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd. Directed by Arvin Brown. PBS-TV, 1974. With Joyce Ebert (Lizzie Holroyd), Rex Robbins (Charlie Holroyd), and Todd Jones (Blackmore).

Sons and Lovers. Directed by Stuart Burge. Seven 60-min. episodes. BBC-TV, 1981. Producer: Jonathan Powell. Screenplay: Trevor Griffiths. Designer: Chris Pemsel. Script Editor: Betty Willingale. Music: John Tams. With Karl Johnson (Paul), Eileen Atkins (Gertrude), Tom Bell (Walter Morel), Leonie Mellinger (Miriam), Lynn Dearth (Clara), and Jack Shepherd (Baxter Dawes).

The Trespasser. Directed by Colin Gregg. 90 min. Colin Gregg Film Productions Ltd. for BBC-TV, 1981. Adapted for television by Hugh Stoddart. Producer: Colin Gregg. Photography: John Metcalfe. Costumes: Monica Howe. Film Editor: Peter Delfgau. Music: Julian Dawson-Lyell. With Alan Bates (Siegmund), Pauline Moran (Helena), Dinah Stabb (Louisa), Margaret Whiting (Beatrice).

The Captain's Doll. Directed by Claude Watham. 110 min. BBC-TV, 1982. Screenplay: James Saunders. With Jeremy Irons (Captain Hepburn), Gila von Weitershausen (Hannele), and Jane Lapotaire (Mrs. Hepburn).

The Rocking Horse Winner. Directed by Robert Beirman. 1982. With Eleanor Davis (Mrs. Grahame), Charles Hathorne (Paul), Charles Keating (Uncle Oscar), and Gabriel Byrne (Bassett).

The Boy in the Bush. Directed by Rob Stewart. Four 50 min. episodes. British television, Channel 4, 1984. Producers: Ian Warren and Geoffrey Daniels. Screenplay: Hugh Whitemore. Photography: Peter Hendry. Costumes: Jim Murray. Film Editor: Lynn Solly. Music: Bruce Smeaton. With Kenneth Branagh (Jack Grant), Sigrid Thornton (Monica), Richard Morgan (Herbert), Lou Brown (Ross), Stephen Bisley (Esau), Jon Blake (Tom), and Celia de Burgh (Mary).

The Horse Dealer's Daughter. Directed by Robert Burgos. 30 min. American Film Institute for PBS-TV, 1984. Producers: Jeanne Field and Robert Burgos. Screenplay: Robert Burgos, John W. Bloch, and Robert E. Wilson. Photography: Joseph

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