Masterpiece Theatre - Season 12

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  • Sons and Lovers (7)
    Sons and Lovers (7)
    Episode 36
    6/26/83
    0.0
    Sons and lovers (7) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is a TV mini-series adaptation of English writer D.H Lawrence's novel in 1913. The storyline revolves around the life of a young and promising artist Paul Morel. The TV drama stars Eileen Atkins as Gertrude Morel, Geoffrey Burridge as William Morel, Peter Duncan as Arthur Morel and Karl Johnson in the lead role, as Paul Morel. It is under the direction of Stuart Burge and produced by Jonathan Powell for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).moreless
  • Sons and Lovers (6)
    Sons and Lovers (6)
    Episode 35
    6/19/83
    0.0
    Sons and Lovers is a drama based on a novel written by D.H.Lawrence. The story surrounds the Morel family who live in a small mining village in Nottinghamshire, England during the Victorian era. Mrs Morel finds herself in an unhappy and violent marriage and she focuses her attention on her sons, but in particular Paul. As the story unfolds Mrs Morel's attachment to Paul (Karl Johnson) has an impact upon his relationships with women. During Episode 6 Paul continues his affair with Clara (Lynn Dearth) and although she lives apart from her husband he does not approve of her liaison.moreless
  • Sons and Lovers (5)
    Sons and Lovers (5)
    Episode 34
    6/12/83
    0.0
    Sons and Lovers is a seven-part dramatic series that was part of the 12th season of the PBS hit show, Masterpiece Theater. The premise of Sons and Lovers, based on the book adaption by D.H. Lawrence, centers on the affections between a mother (Gertrude) and her two sons. In Part 5 of the series, son Paul (Karl Johnson) shakes loose of his mother's grasp for a short time and begins to have an affair with Clara (Lynn Dearth).moreless
  • Sons and Lovers (4)
    Sons and Lovers (4)
    Episode 33
    6/5/83
    0.0
    Sons and Lovers is a seven-part dramatic series that was part of the 12th season of the PBS hit show, Masterpiece Theater. The premise of Sons and Lovers, based on the book adaption by D.H. Lawrence, centers on the affections between a mother (Gertrude) and her two sons. In Part 4 of the series, younger son Paul (Karl Johnson) breaks off his relationship with Mariam (Leonie Mellinger) and falls into the arms of a new woman named Clara (Lynn Dearth).moreless
  • Sons and Lovers (3)
    Sons and Lovers (3)
    Episode 32
    5/29/83
    0.0
    Sons and Lovers is a seven-part dramatic series that was part of the 12th season of the PBS hit show, Masterpiece Theater. The premise of Sons and Lovers, based on the book adaption by D.H. Lawrence, centers on the affections between a mother (Gertrude) and her two sons. In Part 3 of the series, Gertrude (Eileen Diaz) begins to focus her attention on younger son, Paul (Karl Johnson), who unfortunately for her, decides to spend his free time with a young woman named Mariam (Leonie Mellinger).moreless
  • Sons and Lovers (2)
    Sons and Lovers (2)
    Episode 31
    5/22/83
    0.0
    Sons and Lovers is a seven-part dramatic series that was part of the 12th season of the PBS hit show, Masterpiece Theater. The premise of Sons and Lovers, based on the book adaption by D.H. Lawrence, centers on the affections between a mother (Gertrude) and her two sons. In Part 2 of the series, viewers see Gertrude (Eileen Diaz) meet the fianc?âe of her oldest son, William (Geoffrey Burridge), shortly before he suffers a tragic death.moreless
  • Sons and Lovers (1)
    Sons and Lovers (1)
    Episode 30
    5/15/83
    0.0
    Gertrude Morel hastily marries her husband, Walter Morel, after an explosive relationship of passion and lust. At first, the relationship remains as strong as it started. She is very happy and the couple eventually have children. However, their marriage starts to fall apart when Walter begins physically abusing Gertrude and their children.moreless
  • Private Schulz (5)
    Private Schulz (5)
    Episode 29
    5/1/83
    9.5
    Private Schulz (5) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on June 3, 1981. It's the end of the war, and Schulz is ordered to shoot all of his prisoners. Instead, he petitions to take them with him to Alpine Last Redoubt. His job is moving there, and he drags the prisoners along, then releases them in town. He is also ordered to get rid of a large sum or money. He dumps the money in the lake, and the police immediately catch him.moreless
  • Private Schulz (4)
    Private Schulz (4)
    Episode 28
    4/24/83
    9.5
    Private Schulz (4) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on May 27, 1981. Schulz returns to Berlin, and he is working hard to finish his special mission. He wants to spend the money that he is trying to keep safe and proposes to his boss that he use it to further his mission. Instead, his boss hands him one million pounds more to add to his stash to keep safe.moreless
  • Private Schulz (3)
    Private Schulz (3)
    Episode 27
    4/17/83
    9.5
    Private Schulz (3) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on May 20, 1981. Schulz chooses to parachute into Britain on a special mission for his punishment, and lands there safely. He goes into a bar, and draws attention to himself by ordering both coffee and whiskey. While there, he calls his British contact, and tries to plan out his next move during his special mission.moreless
  • Private Schulz (2)
    Private Schulz (2)
    Episode 26
    4/10/83
    9.5
    Private Schulz (2) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on May 13, 1981. Schulz is caught at the brothel because he tried to use forged currency, and he is in big trouble. He stole the money from the military and is given two choices for his punishment. He can either be shot by the firing squad or parachute into Britain on a special mission.moreless
  • Private Schulz (1)
    Private Schulz (1)
    Episode 25
    4/3/83
    9.5
    Private Schulz (1) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on May 6, 1981. Under the orders of Major Neuheim, Private Schulz goes to a brothel to eavesdrop on any important conversations. He meets Bertha whom isn't impressed by his job in the army. Instead, she is looking for someone who is higher up in the ranks, and promptly dismisses Schulz.moreless
  • Drake's Venture
    Drake's Venture
    Episode 24
    3/27/83
    0.0
    Drake's Venture tells the story of Sir Francis Drake's trip around the world. It shows the personal side of an adventurer who is heartbroken over the unravelling of his friendship with Thomas Doughty. Though the two travelled together, Doughty's insolence eventually led to a court martial and death sentence at the hands of his friend.moreless
  • On Approval
    On Approval
    Episode 23
    3/13/83
    6.5
    On Approval is a comedy set in 1927. In it, four high-class singles spend a month living together, trying to decide whether or not married life might be worth all the fuss. Based on a 1944 movie version, the episode capture all the manic behaviors that first made the characters as loveable as they are irritating.moreless
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (8)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (7)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (6)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (5)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (4)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (3)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (2)
  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (1)
  • The Good Soldier
    The Good Soldier
    Episode 14
    1/9/83
    0.0
    In The Good Soldier, two couples, one British and one American, meet together annually for a vacation at a German spa. However, they slowly discover a dark history that lies between them, and the wages of infidelity take their toll on two simple families. Slowly their civility erodes as the shadowy side of human nature is unveiled.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (13)
    1/2/83
    10
    To Serve Them All My Days, episode thirteen, from the show Masterpiece Theatre, follows David, who decided to join a school where his students are from rich families, a background completely opposite from his own. Although their differences are great, David becomes one of the most beloved teachers, as he not only teaches the boys, he also inspires them to become stronger.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (12)
    12/26/82
    10
    To Serve Them All My Days is a Masterpiece Theatre episode based on a book by R. F. Delderfield. Returning home after being injured in World War I, David Powlett-Jones takes a job as a school teacher. David faces challenges as he deals with his emotional and physical injuries and tries to adjust to a civilian life.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (11)
    12/19/82
    10
    Algy (Frank Middlemass) takes on the role of temporary headmaster, attempting to mentor David (John Duttine) for his eventual role as headmaster. David is distracted by by both positive and negative events in his life. His book is gaining much critical acclaim, but David is also haunted by the death of Alcock (Charles Kay).moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (10)
    12/12/82
    10
    Alcock makes a formal complaint to the Board of Governors regarding David's insubordination, and requests that he is sacked from his role. David attends one of Christine Forster's speeches, in spite of advice given to him by Algy that he stays out of political matters for a while. A prestigious publishing house agrees to print David's book.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (9)
    12/5/82
    10
    David speaks to Algy and Ellie Herries about what has happened at Bamflyde. Alcock, the new Headmaster, requests that David provide him with a list of all the older students conducting what he considers to be unhealthy relationships with the younger boys. David refuses, and Alcock suggests that he resign due to his insubordination.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (8)
    11/28/82
    10
    To Serve Them All My Days (8) from the show Masterpiece Theater is a 673 minute TV drama adaptation of R.F Delderfield's 1972 novel. The October 10, 1982, U.S release of this episode tells the story about a Welsh coal miner's son, David Powlett-Jones. John Duttine portrays a Second Lieutenant in World War I. After his return from the war and recovering from an injury, he lands a job in a boys' boarding school as a teacher. Although well-educated, David immerses himself and adapts to the spartan traditions of the English institution as a respected teacher and housemaster. Other stars include Frank Middlemass as Algy Herries, Alan MacNaughton as Howarth and Patricia Lawrence as Ellies Herries.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (7)
    11/21/82
    10
    Algy announces his retirement and several members of staff apply for the vacant headmaster's position, including David who only does so at Algy's insistence. Mr. Alcock, a former headmaster of a small school in South Africa, also applies for the headmaster's role. David is interviewed for the role and, despite thinking that he was too honest on occasion, he feels the interview went well. David travels to London to spend the night with Julia Darbyshire.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (6)
    11/14/82
    10
    Beth and the twins have died in a car accident, and David wants to quit his job at Bamflyde. Herries manages to convince David to stay. David focuses his attention on completing his book. The episode moves forward five years to find David still at Bamflyde. While traveling to London he bumps into his former colleague, Julia Darbyshire, and the two of them have dinner together.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (5)
    11/7/82
    10
    The school mourns when Corwainer dies shortly after returning from the hospital. David takes over Cordwainer's House and makes Boyer the House Captain. One of the younger students runs away from the school after a newspaper reports on his parents' divorce. David and Boyer search for the missing boy. Tragedy strikes Beth and the twins.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (4)
    10/31/82
    10
    Bamfylde school hires a new teacher, Mrs. Julia Darbyshire (Kim Braden), who is placed in charge of the younger boys. Beth (Belinda Lang) gives birth to twin daughters and spends the following week in hospital. A fire breaks out at the school and David (John Duttine) has to rescue two boys from the roof. Julia forms a close attachment to one of the older students.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (3)
    10/24/82
    10
    David (John Duttine) and Beth (Belinda Lang) get married and, while on their honeymoon, Beth falls pregnant. Local businessman, Alderman Blunt (Norman Bird), offers the school a donation of ¬£500 for a war memorial. While nearly everyone thinks a war memorial is a good idea David suggests that the money could be used to fund the building of a gymnasium, which the school desperately needs.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (2)
    10/17/82
    10
    Carter and Powlett-Jones clash while training the cadets. David returns home during the school vacation to visit his family. His brother, Emrys, reminds David of his working class roots and the conflict between the miners and colliery owners. David takes a trip to the seaside and meets Beth Marwood, a visiting nurse. They strike up a friendship which develops into romance.moreless
  • To Serve Them All My Days (1)
    10/10/82
    10
    To Serve Them All My Days takes an in-depth look at the trials and tribulations of one man's teaching experience at a boys' school in England. In the first episode of the series, David (John Duttine) applies for employment at the Bamfylde School after completing his service with the Army.
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