Vanity Fair (1998) 1 Season 1998
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1. Vanity Fair Episode 1 Becky Sharp, an orphan, has been raised in Miss Pinkerton's school and leaves to become a governess for Sir Pitt Crawley's two young girls.
2. Vanity Fair Episode 2 Sir Pitt's wealthy sister, Miss Crawley, takes an instant liking to her brother's governess, but is apalled when Becky marries her nephew. Amelia is unaware that while George?s father does not wish for the two to marry, she has another admirer.
3. Vanity Fair Episode 3 Becky and Rowdon have been disinherited by Miss Crawley. George and Amelia marry, though soon George?s eyes begin to stray towards Becky. But before anything can get straightened out, the army is called to fight against Napoleon.
4. Vanity Fair Episode 4 Panic spreads throughout the city because of the war. Both Amelia and Becky have a child, though Amelia is much more the loving mother than her old friend.
5. Vanity Fair Episode 5 Amelia cannot afford to refuse Mr. Osborne's proposal to raise her son in exchange for an allowance to her. Rawdon is thrown in jail for his debts, and leaves Becky when he realizes she hid money that could've been used for his bail.
6. Vanity Fair Episode 6 Dobbin confesses his love for Amelia, but she will not believe ill of George. Amelia and Becky reunite, and Becky finally tells Amelia of George's infidelity.
|Starring||Natasha Little, Frances Grey|
|Supporting actors||David Ross, Philip Glenister, Michele Dotrice, Janine Duvitski, Anton Lesser, Nathaniel Parker, Jeremy Swift, Tom Ward, Stephen Frost, Tim Woodward, Janet Dale, Frances Tomelty, Mark Lambert, David Bradley, John Surman, Miriam Margolyes, Daniel Hart, Abigail Thaw|
|Producers||Delia Fine, Suzan Harrison, Nigel Taylor, Michael Wearing|
|Rental rights||7-day viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Just done bad,I did'nt care for it at,all...seemed really dated also.. But the one with Reese Witherspoon was done way,way betterPublished 4 months ago by Victoria R.Remington
Natasha Little is unbelievable in this version. She plays another role in a later, shortened version but I always prefer the long version. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jane P. Cox
This is a very faithful adaptation of Thackery's classic. It is well-produced and well cast and acted (although to be faithful to the book they should have made Becky a blonde!). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paul K. Smith
She annoyed me so, that I had to stop watching a couple of time, but she also made me return as other annoying characters did. I loved the acting... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Radiant Smiler
I consider this one of the best film adaptations of a classic novel that I have ever seen. While it would be impossible to do justice to Thackery's biting verbal satire in a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by gammyraye
Pretty good acting in this updated British series. I liked it, but I didn't love it. Lovely sets and costumes make up for some lack of character development.Published 8 months ago by Mom2ari
a story without a hero is every day life.
i like the portrait of Miss.Sharp. The acting is very good.
One of the great novels of the 19th century, and British television does the very best at being faithful to the original when they dramatize.Published 12 months ago by Kathryn M. Ashe