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Lorna Doone (2001)

Cast: Michael Kitchen, Michael Kitchen, Richard Coyle, more...
Director: Mike Barker, Mike Barker
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Studio: A&E Home Video
Genre: Drama, Foreign, Romance, Costume Drama/Period Piece, British Drama, UK, Quest, Revenge, Miniseries
Running Time: 150 min.
Languages: English
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Synopsis
Filmed in London and Wales, this two-part adaptation of the oft-dramatized R.D. Blackmore novel Lorna Doone was praised for its realism, though one or two nitpickers pointed out that the costumes were not all "in period" for 17th century Scotland. This time around, Amelia Warner starred as the titular Lorna, whose romance with young John Ridd (Richard Coyle) was imperiled by the bloody, long-standing feud between the Doones and the Ridds. The show was stolen by Martin Clunes in the flashy role of the redoubtable Jeremy Stickles. Lorna Doone aired over BBC1 on December 24 and 26, 2000. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide



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High Romance: Period Pieces
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Mainly based on literary classics or historical dramas.
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