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NOT SUBTITLEDBarbara Taylor Bradford - Collectors Edition (1991)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 5018011300083
Released: 17th November 2003
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: ODX30012
Category: Feature, Drama
Format: DVD / Box Set
Barbara Taylor Bradford - Collectors Edition (1991) (Box Set) (Retail / Rental)

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Submitted by mat on 8th July 2004:
NOT SUBTITLED"No subtitles. Confirmed by Prism Leisure / Odyssey Video."

Submitted by RHODES on 4th August 2004:
NOT SUBTITLED" Hopeless, no subtitles anywhere !"

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Based on: The novels by Barbara Taylor Bradford

Story: A box set of television adaptations of Barbara Taylor Bradford novels centring on Emma Harte, her family and the Harte enterprises. In 'A Woman of Substance' successful businesswoman Emma Harte (Deborah Kerr), worried that her sons are plotting against her, looks back on her life. She remembers how, as a young woman (Jenny Seagrove), she was abandoned when pregnant by her wealthy lover, had to work to build a future for herself and her child and marry the weak Joe Lowther for her child's sake. During the First World War Emma finds love with wealthy industrialist Paul McGill, marries for a second time and her empire begins to grow. The story continues up to the present day, with Emma's children threatening to destroy her business and each other. 'Hold the Dream' continues the story of the wealthy Emma Harte, now in her eighties, as she struggles to retain control of her commercial empire. Her intention is to hand the business over to her grand-daughter (Jenny Seagrove, who played Emma in the original mini-series). Whilst 'To Be the Best' Paula O'Neil (Lindsay Wagner), the sole heir and head of the empire built up by her great-grandmother, Emma Harte, must fight off the hostile intentions of her power-hungry cousin Jonathan.

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, Lindsay Wagner, Barry Bostwick, Stephen Collins, Anthony Hopkins, Deborah Kerr, Stephanie Beacham, John Mills, James Brolin, Christopher Cazenove, Peter Egan, Claire Bloom, Stuart Wilson, George Baker, Paul Daneman, James Saito, Diane Baker, Fiona Fullerton, Peter Chelsom, Suzanna Hamilton, John Duttine, Nigel Havers, Gary Cady, Mick Ford, David Robb, Dominic Guard, Liam Neeson, Claire Oberman, Del Henney, Valentina Pelka, Christopher Blake, Gayle Hunnicutt, Barry Morse, Nicola Pagett, Sarah-Jane Varley, Miranda Richardson, Nicholas Farrell, Pauline Yates

Directed by: Don Sharp, Tony Wharmby

Music by: Nigel Hess, Barrie Guard, Alan Parker

Produced by: Diane Baker, Harry Sherman, Aida Young

Written by: Lee Langley, Barbara Taylor Bradford, Elliott Baker

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Odyssey Video

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