A faithful five-part British adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic tale of ill-fated lovers in 19th-century England. Originally produced by the BBC in 1978, it did not air in the U.S. until Bravo picked it up 16 years later.
Part 2. Heathcliff (Ken Hutchison) runs away from Wuthering Heights after overhearing Catherine tell Ellen that it would be degrading to marry him. Later, Catherine marries Edgar (David Robb). Catherine: Kay Adshead. Hindley: John Duttine. Isabella: Caroline Langrishe.
In the series opener, Mr. Lockwood, the new tenant of Thrushcross Grange, visits his landlord (Ken Hutchison) and is forced to stay the night. Young Heathcliff: Dale Tarry. Young Catherine: Maria Swailes. Ellen: Pat Heywood.
Isabella (Caroline Langrishe) gives birth to a frail son she names Linton, and young Catherine grows increasingly fond of the boy as the two grow older. Heathcliff: Ken Hutchison. Catherine: Cathryn Harrison. Linton: Andrew Burleigh. Edgar: David Robb.
Conclusion. Linton, Catherine's husband, is seriously ill; and Mr. Lockwood (Richard Kay) tells Heathcliff that he has seen the ghost of Cathy in a dream. Heathcliff: Ken Hutchison. Linton: Andrew Burleigh. Catherine Linton: Cathryn Harrison. Hareton: David Wilkinson. Cathy: Kay Adshead. Ellen: Pat Heywood.