Masterpiece Theatre - Season 27

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  • Far from the Madding Crowd (2)
    5/17/98
    0.0
    This tale of passion and betrayal set in the 19th-century. Bathsheba Everdene, a beautiful and capricious young woman with a fiercely independent spirit, is much admired by the men in her village. Battling for her love are the loyal and independent Gabriel Oak, her neighbor Farmer Boldwood, and the dashing, womanizing Sergeant Troy, who, despite being in love with someone else, sees a challenge in Baeza and sets out to woo her.moreless
  • Far from the Madding Crowd (1)
    5/10/98
    0.0
    This tale of passion and betrayal set in the 19th-century. Bathsheba Everdene, a beautiful and capricious young woman with a fiercely independent spirit, is much admired by the men in her village. Battling for her love are the loyal and independent Gabriel Oak, her neighbor Farmer Boldwood, and the dashing, womanizing Sergeant Troy, who, despite being in love with someone else, sees a challenge in Baeza and sets out to woo her.moreless
  • Painted Lady (2)
    Painted Lady (2)
    Episode 19
    5/3/98
    0.0
    Maggie Sheriden is a world-famous blues singer. Yet even with all her fame, Maggie is not happy. After a failed suicide attempt, she moves in with Sir Charles Stafford. Sir Charles is soon murdered. Maggie must regain her life to find out who killed her savior. She must clear her name and conscious.moreless
  • Painted Lady (1)
    Painted Lady (1)
    Episode 18
    4/26/98
    8.6
    Painted Lady is an intense murder mystery drama about criminality and the illegal art world. The story focuses on Maggie Sheridan (Helen Mirren) who was a well-known blues singer during the 1960's. However Maggie's successful career comes to an end when she attempts suicide after a life of drug abuse and disastrous relationships. Episode 1 begins in 1970. Maggie has retired from the music buisiness and is living a peaceful and reclusive life in a cottage on an estate in Ireland belonging to Sir Charles Stafford.moreless
  • The Woman in White
    The Woman in White
    Episode 17
    0.0
    The Woman in White is an episode of the PBS show Masterpiece Theater. Two sisters, Marian and Laura, hear about a mysterious woman in white from their teacher and are determined to find out everything they can about her. After Laura is married off, the women end up in Blackwater Park, a remote area filled with secrets and the mysterious Count Fosco.moreless
  • The Wingless Bird (3)
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    The Wingless Bird (3). In spite of his illness, Charles (Edward Atterton) marries Agnes (Claire Skinner). The young couple moves to his family estate as caretakers, while his brother, Reg (Julian Wadham), the heir, fights in World War I. When the injured and disfigured Reg returns from the front lines, he wants to sign the property over to them permanently because he can no longer face the world.moreless
  • The Wingless Bird (2)
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    The Wingless Bird (2). After a chance encounter with Charles (Edward Atterton), Agnes (Claire Skinner) joins him for tea along with his brother, Reginald (Julian Wadham). In spite of his family's disapproval of her lower class status, Charles intends to propose. Meanwhile, her sister Jessie (Michelle Charles) elopes which results in a family tragedy.moreless
  • The Wingless Bird (1)
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    The Wingless Bird (1) is the 1997 Masterpiece Theatre adaptation of Catherine Cookson's romantic drama about class conflict in Britain. The three-part miniseries begins on the eve of World War I with Agnes Conway (Claire Skinner) helping her father, Arthur (Frank Grimes), run the family tobacco and candy shop. Agnes helps her older sister, Jessie (Michelle Charles), hide a romance with a lower-class dockworker and meets the elegant Charles Farrier (Edward Atterton).moreless
  • Reckless (3)
    Reckless (3)
    Episode 13
    2/1/98
    0.0
    Reckless (3). In the final episode of the Masterpiece Theatre romantic drama, Owen (Robson Green) and Richard (David Bradley) come to blows over Anna (Francesca Annis) at the hospital. She realizes that she must choose between her estranged husband and young lover but struggles to decide what man will bring her more happiness.moreless
  • Reckless (2)
    Reckless (2)
    Episode 12
    1/25/98
    0.0
    Reckless (2). This Masterpiece Theatre romantic drama continues with Owen (Robson Green) obsessively pursuing Anna (Francesca Annis), in spite of her insistence that she has a happy marriage with Richard (Michael Kitchen). Then Owen discovers Richard's infidelity and uses the information to win over Anna, who finally admits that her feelings for Owen run deeper than lust.moreless
  • Reckless (1)
    Reckless (1)
    Episode 11
    1/18/98
    10
    Reckless (1) is a 1997 romantic drama from Masterpiece Theatre. Dr. Owen Springer (Robson Green) returns to Manchester after his father, Arnold (David Bradley), has a health scare. On the train ride home, he meets Anna Fairley (Francesca Annis), a beautiful but married woman. He meets Anna again while interviewing for a job working for her husband, Richard Crane (Michael Kitchen).moreless
  • Rhodes (3)
    Rhodes (3)
    Episode 10
    1/6/98
    0.0
    Rhodes (3) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on January 6, 1998. Rhodes attempts to expand his diamond empire into the Boer Republic. There is gold in the Boer Republic, and Rhodes wants to open gold mines too, but he is quickly averted from the plan. His own men take him down and prevent him from moving into the Boer Republic.moreless
  • Rhodes (2)
    Rhodes (2)
    Episode 9
    1/5/98
    0.0
    Rhodes (2) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on January 5, 1998. Rhodes combines all of the competing mines to create one large diamond mining monopoly. While his monopoly is secure, his personal life is spiraling out of control. He throws himself into his work, and tries to forget about all of his personal problems.moreless
  • Rhodes (1)
    Rhodes (1)
    Episode 8
    1/4/98
    0.0
    Rhodes (1) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on January 4, 1998. Cecil Rhodes decides to join his older brother at a diamond mine in southern Africa. Once he arrives, he sees many opportunities to improve the mining business. There are numerous mines in southern Africa that are all competing against each other, and Rhodes believes it would be better if all of the mines could combine.moreless
  • Bramwell: Series III (4)
    11/30/97
    0.0
    Bramwell Series 111 is a British drama set in London, England during the late Victorian era. The story follows Eleanor Bramwell who is one of the few female doctors working in the male dominated medical profession. Eleanor manages Thrift Hospital in the slums of East London. In Episode 4 Eleanor meets Guy and his new wife, who are visiting London to raise funds and find orphaned children willing to immigrate to Canada. As the story unfolds Eleanor questions Guys theories and becomes suspicious that his wife is extremely unhappy and harming herself.moreless
  • Bramwell: Series III (3)
    11/23/97
    0.0
    In the third episode, Officer O'Neill agrees to treat a group of patients who are stricken with cholera. Rather than forcing them to move to a hospital, he attempts experiments with serums of his own. Eleanor works alongside him, and the heroic effort causes them to fall in love. However, one of O'Neill's patients dies unexpectedly, and it looks as though he is to blame.moreless
  • Bramwell: Series III (2)
    11/16/97
    0.0
    The third series of Bramwell is a four-part program from PBS's Masterpiece Theatre. In the second episode, a great party is held for Robert's election to the Royal College of Physicians. Robert's sister Emily returns after 20 years and a failed affair with a married man. Dr. Marsham confesses love for Eleanor while his young daughter is ill.moreless
  • Bramwell: Series III (1)
    11/9/97
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    In the first episode of the third series, Eleanor is in the process of losing her office. As a result, she takes a job at a local hospital. Her greatest desire is to impress the established Dr. O'Neill, but he routinely dismisses her. When he tries to prevent her promotion, she pulls strings to stand up to him.moreless
  • The Moonstone
    The Moonstone
    Episode 3
    11/2/97
    7.5
    A fabulous diamond has been looted from a mysterious temple in India, and everyone associated with the gem falls under its alleged curse. Murder, suicide, and scandal follow the jewel known as the moonstone, especially for Rachel Verinder, who comes to possess it. The Moonstone is hailed as the first detective story in the English language.moreless
  • The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
    Based on the Bronte novel, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall tells the story of an abused wife, Helen Graham. Helen does everything she can to free herself and her son from the tyrant to whom she is married. The original novel shocked Victorian England, and the husband was based on Anne Bronte's own brother.moreless
  • The Mill on the Floss
    10/12/97
    9.0
    The Mill on the Floss tells the story of a romance that could never be. Edward is a miller who loses his mill when business in town goes sour, especially in relation to a local lawyer, Mr. Waken. However, Edward's daughter, Maggie, strikes up an unlikely relationship with the lawyer's son, Philip. While they try to keep it secret, Maggie's brother, Tom, cannot stand by and watch the betrayal.moreless
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