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Title To walk invisible : the Brontë sisters / a BBC Studios and BBC Wales production in partnership with The Open University ; co-produced with Lookout Point and Masterpiece ; produced by Karen Lewis ; written and directed by Sally Wainwright.
Imprint [Arlington, VA] : PBS, [2017]
©2016
©2017
Edition Full UK-length edition.

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 MUSKINGUM DVD  PN1992.77 .M37 2017    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM DVD  PN1992.77 .M37 2017    AVAILABLE  
Subject Brontë family. -- Drama.
Women authors -- Drama.
Sisters -- Drama.
Alt Name Wainwright, Sally, 1964-
Lewis, Karen (Television producer),
Atkins, Finn, 1989-
Murphy, Charlie, 1988-
Nagaitis, Adam,
Pirrie, Chloe, 1987-
Pryce, Jonathan,
Cox, Richard (Film editor),
Lunn, John, 1956-
Raedeker, David,
BBC Studios,
BBC Wales,
Open University,
Lookout Point (Firm),
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.),
Uniform Title Masterpiece theatre (Television program). To walk invisible, the Bronte sisters.
Description 1 videodisc (approximately 120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Made-for-TV movies. lcgft
Edition Full UK-length edition.
System Details DVD, region 1, NTSC, widescreen presentation; stereo.
Note Subtitled in English for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH).
Cast Finn Atkins, Charlie Murphy, Adam Nagaitis, Chloe Pirrie, Jonathan Pryce.
Credits Editor, Richard Cox ; music, John Lunn ; director of photography, David Raedeker.
Note Originally aired as a TV movie in 2016.
Widescreen.
Includes bonus video: The Brontë story; An authentic look.
Summary Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte face a bleak future, with their father half-blind, and troubled brother Branwell in decline. As their situation worsens, Charlotte sees that writing could offer a way out. This is the story of the sisters' great novels and their extraordinary battle for recognition.
ISBN 9781531701451
1531701450
ISBN/ISSN 841887033114
Publisher # MAS64711 PBS
OCLC # 973952155