- Physical Description: 1 online resource (13 video files (approximately 690 min.)) : sound, color
- Publisher: [United States] : Acorn, 1977.
- Distributor: Made available through hoopla
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Episode 8 Episode 8 Episode 6 Episode 6 Episode 7 Episode 7 Episode 3 Episode 3 Episode 9 Episode 9 Episode 12 Episode 12 Episode 2 Episode 2 Episode 10 Episode 10 Episode 13 Episode 13 Episode 1 Episode 1 Episode 5 Episode 5 Episode 4 Episode 4 Episode 11 Episode 11.
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Directed by Philip Dudley.
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Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ruby Bentall, Caroline Blakiston, Beatie Edney, Jack Farthing, Luke Norris, Heida Reed, Kyle Soller, Gabriella Wilde, with Phil Davis and John Nettles.
Hailed as a British Gone with the Wind, POLDARK created a sensation on PBS's Masterpiece Theatre with its dashing, romantic hero and his infamous exploits. Based on the novels by Winston Graham, this classic miniseries demonstrates the enduring appeal of a gripping storyline and unforgettable characters. Returning to Cornwall after the American Revolution, Capt. Ross Poldark (Robin Ellis, The Good Soldier) finds his life at home has fallen apart. His estate is in disarray. His former flame, Elizabeth (Jill Townsend, Cimarron Strip), is engaged to his cousin. And his family's copper mines have become targets for the Poldarks' bitter rivals. Duels, smuggling, and attempted murders unfold as Ross strives to resurrect his fortunes and find true love. This spellbinding saga dramatizes the deep rifts in British society on the brink of industrialization, played out against the rocky, ruggedly beautiful Cornish coast.
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|Subject:||Poldark, Ross (Fictitious character) > Drama.
Cornwall (England : County) > Social life and customs > 18th century > Drama.
Spouses > Drama.
Man-woman relationships > Drama.