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Wuthering Heights 

Emily Bronte's classic story of destructive passion and immortal love.








Series cast summary:
Ian McShane ...  Heathcliff 4 episodes, 1967
Angela Scoular ...  Catherine Earnshaw / ... 4 episodes, 1967
John Garrie ...  Joseph 4 episodes, 1967
Anne Stallybrass Anne Stallybrass ...  Ellen 4 episodes, 1967
Anthony Edwards Anthony Edwards ...  Robert 4 episodes, 1967
James Haswell James Haswell ...  Manservant 4 episodes, 1967
Jeremy Longhurst Jeremy Longhurst ...  Lockwood's voice / ... 3 episodes, 1967
William Marlowe ...  Hindley 3 episodes, 1967
Angela Douglas ...  Isabella Linton 3 episodes, 1967
Drewe Henley ...  Edgar Linton 3 episodes, 1967
Keith Buckley ...  Hareton 2 episodes, 1967
Paul Bartlett Paul Bartlett ...  Hareton as a child 2 episodes, 1967
Janet Bruce Janet Bruce ...  Zillah 2 episodes, 1967
Michael Wennink Michael Wennink ...  Linton 2 episodes, 1967
David Markham David Markham ...  Mr. Linton 2 episodes, 1967
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Ian McShane sprained his wrist early in the filming, but struggled on to complete the mini-series. See more »


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Faithful adaptation that could have easily been better
13 January 2015 | by littlezeroSee all my reviews

As a collector of versions of Wuthering Heights, I was very excited to obtain this 1967 miniseries on DVD and watch it for the first time. On the whole, this is an impressively faithful rendering of the novel – although a few minor liberties might have created a stronger production. Here are my impressions of the positive and negative aspects:

Good: The black and white photography and ever-present howling wind both contribute much to the general bleakness in a way that I found appealing (the wind made it a little hard to hear the dialog at times, though!). They helped to create an atmosphere that seemed musty, suffocating and hostile (the interior scenes), and wild and unpredictable (the moors). Ian McShane is an ideal Heathcliff, dusky and moody and quick to anger. All of the actors were quite well-chosen for their parts, with Isabella, Hareton, Edgar and Linton particularly fine. Cathy is tough to get right but Angela Scoulari is convincingly childish, petty, fervent and hysterical by turns.

Bad: The acting is a little over-the-top in a manner usually found in the theater, not in a film, where subtlety can be appreciated. Even the hairpieces and mustaches seemed like stage contrivances that would be fine at a distance, but not good enough for close camera scrutiny. And Angela Scoulari is appealingly pretty but her voice was quite high-pitched and forced, as though she was trying hard to sound younger. I found myself turning the volume down at times to soften the squealing tone of it. As for the storyline, they gave us almost none of the tender moments on the moor between young Heathcliff and Cathy; one moment she and Hindley are tormenting him relentlessly, then Hindley goes to school and suddenly she and Heathcliff are inseparable. They could have easily spent a little more time establishing their unnaturally close bond, and sacrificed a little of the slower, dragging pace of the 4th part.

Well worth seeing for viewers who love the novel

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28 October 1967 (UK) See more »

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