Catherine Cookson 2 Film Set [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Catherine Cookson biographer Piers Dudgeon interview
  • Producer Ray Marshall interview
  • Photo gallery
  • Box set includes an 8 page booklet

Synopsis

Catherine Cookson's The Black Velvet Gown
Filmed for British television in 1991, Black Velvet Gown is a two-part adaptation of Catherine Cookson's novel. The story begins in 1834; Riah Millican (Janet McTeer), left penniless by her husband's death, is evicted from her home along with her children. She takes a job as housekeeper for Percival Miller (Bob Peck), the reclusive master of Gulmington Mansion. Soon Riah is ruling the roost, as it were, and is in a position to hire and fire servants on her own. Part Two involves the arrival of illiterate serving girl Biddy (Geraldine Somerville), and the ensuing consequences. Black Velvet Gown was telecast in the US in 1993 on PBS' Masterpiece Theatre. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Catherine Cookson's The Black Candle
At the turn of the century, a widow decides to set her dead husbands business back in the black column. Her efforts to get the mill going again, however, are somewhat submarined by problems with an employee who is accused of murder and her sister who has married a spoiled rich boy. ~ Tana Hobart, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Bob Peck
    Bob Peck - Percival Miller
  • Janet McTeer
    Janet McTeer - Riah Millican
  • Geraldine Somerville
    Geraldine Somerville - Biddy Millican
  • Jean Anderson
    Jean Anderson - Madame Gallmington
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    Christopher Benjamin - Anthony Gallington

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