Wuthering Heights (UK)
This double length TV Movie (told in two parts) is an adaptation of Emily Brontë's only novel which was first published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell. A posthumous second edition was edited by her sister Charlotte. For a full plot summary see within 'Episodes' (above) for each of the two parts.
Last EpisodeTV Movie: Part Two Aired: Aug. 31, 2009
- Three years after the events portrayed in Part One Edgar and Cathy are married. In the meantime Heathcliffe has become a wealthy man by … [continue reading]
Series Fun Facts
- Goof (anachronisms): When Nelly meets Heathcliff on the road there are some modern-looking tyre marks visible in the mud.
- Goof (anachronisms): Numerous covers visible over modern light switches particularly in episode two when Edgar confronts Heathcliffe at the Manor.
- Goof (anachronisms): Hymn anachronisms are very common in many British TV historical dramas. In this film, a church congregation sing the hymn 'Holy, Holy, Holy' by Reginald Heber, but use…
[show]Goof (anachronisms): Hymn anachronisms are very common in many British TV historical dramas. In this film, a church congregation sing the hymn 'Holy, Holy, Holy' by Reginald Heber, but use the tune 'Nicaea' by J. B. Dykes, which would not be written until 1861; over 30 years after Cathy's death in 1830 (as listed on her tombstone in episode one).