Bathsheba (Julie Christie) is overseeing Oak (Alan Bates) and fellows when neighbor landowner Boldwood (Peter Finch) arrives, having taken her Valentine jest seriously, in John Schlesinger's Far From The Madding Crowd, 1967.
Cold-open from director Peter Yates, finding Groomkirby (Erik Sykes) with office colleagues, then his son, 'Kirby' Groomkirby (Jonathan Miller) not quite introduced, exercising his fascination with scales, in One Way Pendulum, 1965.
Nicolas Roeg shooting the Dorset countryside, farmer Oak (Alan Bates) visiting the aunt (Alison Leggatt) of neighbor Bathsheba (Julie Christie) who's eavesdropping, early in John Schlesinger's production of Thomas Hardy's Far From The Madding Crowd, 1967.
Mrs. Groomkirby (Alison Leggatt) worries that her daughter Sylvia (Julia Foster) is spending too much time at the zoo, and together they try not to worry about brother Kirby (Jonathan Miller) messing with scales and such in the attic, in Peter Yates' One Way Pendulum, 1965.
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Oscar-nominee Robert Ryan ("The Wild Bunch," "Crossfire") plays Captain Nemo, the infamous submarine captain. The Captain rescues six shipwreck survivors and brings them to his underwater fortress, where they may be trapped for the rest of their lives. Nanette Newman ("The Wrong Box") and Chuck Connors ("Soylent Green," "Old Yeller") co-star in this fantasy-adventure. Enjoyable for the entire family. Directed by Oscar-winner James Hill.
Robert Ryan plays Captain Nemo, the infamous submarine captain. The Captain rescues six shipwreck survivors and brings them to his underwater fortress, where they may be trapped for the rest of their lives. Nanette Newman and Chuck Connors co-star in this fantasy-adventure. Enjoyable for the entire family. Directed by James Hill.
Academy Award winner Julie Christie stars as a beautiful and fiercely independent Englishwoman of the 19th century in this lush and moving adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic romantic novel Far From The Madding Crowd. When proud, headstrong and unmarried Bathsheba Everdene (Christie) inherits a farm, she becomes a woman of independent means. Although three men court her, Bathsheba refuses to settle for less than a perfect suitor...which she will never find. But after she does agree to marry, Bathsheba realizes the mistakes she has made--and the damage her actions have caused.
Julie Christie stars in the tale of a rebellious country girl whose affection for a soldier, a landowner and a sheep farmer turns them into rivals.
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