Nicholas Nickleby movie trailer - starring Jim Broadbent, Miranda Richardson, Nathan Lane, Jamie Bell, Tom Courtenay, Charlie Hunnam. Directed by Douglas McGrath. Genre: Drama
Nicholas Nickleby movie trailer - starring Charles Dance, James D'Arcy, Sophia Myles, Gregor Fisher, Lee Ingleby, Pam Ferris. Directed by Stephen Whittaker. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Borstal boys overseen by Craig (Ray Austin) and Fenton (Anthony Sagar) stage a mess hall brawl, later reviewed by the Governor (Michael Redgrave) and staff, in Tony Richardson's The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, 1962.
A boy from the Irish slums reviews his troubled past while training for a school race in The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962).
The Guv'nor (Michael Redgrave) with staff, receiving new inmates including Bosworth (John Thaw) and Smith (Tom Courtenay), then briefing new house master Brown (Alec McCowen), in Tony Richardson's The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, 1962.
Reformatory governor (Michael Redgrave) scolding his charges before a concert, Smith (Tom Courtenay) et al finishing with Blake's Jerusalem, as a colleague is apprehended, in Tony Richardson's The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, 1962.
First the Governor (Michael Redgrave) giving a tour, then inmate Smith (Tom Courtenay) in a flashback, featuring his mother (Avis Bunnage) and her boyfriend (Raymond Dyer), in Tony Richardson's The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, 1962.
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Nicholas Nickleby -- After Nicholas' father dies and leaves the family penniless, the Nickleby family moves to London to stay with their Uncle ralph. Ralph turns abusive and separates the family, which includes sending Nicholas to the cruel and wicked Wackford Squeers. At this horrible escape from the school and set off to reunite the Nickleby family.
Nicholas Nickleby movie trailer - starring Miranda Richardson, Jim Broadbent, Nathan Lane, Tom Courtenay, Jamie Bell, Charlie Hunnam. Directed by Douglas McGrath. Genre: Drama
Nicholas Nickleby movie trailer - starring Charles Dance, James D'Arcy, Sophia Myles. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
From one of Charles Dickens' most beloved novels comes some of his most unforgettable characters, vibrantly brought to life by a star-studded, award winning cast. In Nicholas Nickleby, young Nicholas and his family have enjoyed a comfortable life - but then again, this is Dickens. Nicholas' father dies, the family is left penniless, and Nicholas, his sister, and mother venture to London to seek help from their Uncle Ralph. Unfortunately, Ralph's only intentions are to break up the family and exploit them, and Nicholas is sent to work at a school run by the cruel and abusive Wackford Squeers.
After Nicholas' father dies and leaves the family penniless, the Nickleby family moves to London to stay with their Uncle ralph. Ralph turns abusive and separates the family, which includes sending Nicholas to the cruel and wicked Wackford Squeers. At this horrible escape from the school and set off to reunite the Nickleby family.
A rebellious reform school student is determined to prove himself and buck society's expectations by running long distances. Academy Award-nominee Tom Courtenay ("The Dresser," "Dr. Zhivago") stars as the young man who challenges the authorities every step of the way, plotting his revenge in this classic tale of hope and determination. Leonard Maltin commends this "key British film of the 1960s... engrossing story [and] superb acting," bestowing it with the exceptional rating of **** (four stars). Features Academy Award-nominee Michael Redgrave ("The Lady Vanishes"), head of the acclaimed acting dynasty (daughters Vanessa and Lynn, granddaughters Natasha and Joely Richardson), directed by his son-in-law, Tony Richardson ("The Hotel New Hampshire," "Tom Jones").
"Running has always been a big thing in our family. Especially from the police."
A rebellious youth, sentenced to a boy's reformatory for robbing a bakery, rises through the ranks of the institution through his prowess as a long distance runner.
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