Daniel Deronda

Dramatisation of George Eliot's novel.

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Gwendolen is wooed by Grandcourt, but can't forget the young man at the casino in Leubronn.

Gwendolen is wooed by Grandcourt, but can never forget the 'measuring gaze' of the young man at the casino in Leubronn.

From the first haunting moment when their eyes meet, young Daniel Deronda and alluring Gwendolen Harleth are drawn to each other.

George Eliot's novel of love and idealism, dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest, stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth.

From the first haunting moment when their eyes meet across a crowded gaming room, the young Daniel Deronda is as drawn to the alluring Gwendolen Harleth as she is to him.

With Michael Perceval-maxwell and James Bryce.

Director Patrick Rayner.

From the moment their eyes meet across a packed gaming room, Daniel Deronda is as drawn to Gwendolen Harleth as she is to him.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel.

With Anna Chancellor as the 'problematic sylph', Gwendolen.

A young gentleman is drawn to the alluring and self-possessed Gwendolen.

George Eliot dramatisation with Anna Chancellor.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections.

Starring Anna Chancellor.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this dramatisation of the 1876 classic.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections. Starring Anna Chancellor.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this dramatisation of the 1876 classic. Starring Anna Chancellor.

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Grandcourt and Gwendolen marry, and Daniel begins to feel an affinity with Myra.

While tracing her family he meets Mordecai.

George Eliot's novel of love and idealism, dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest, stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth.

2: Gwendolen is now trapped in a cruel and loveless marriage with Henleigh Grandcourt.

Meanwhile, her friend Mr Deronda has a fateful meeting on the banks of the Thames.

With Michael Perceval-maxwell, James Bryce, Mark McDonnell and Finlay Welsh.

Director Patrick Rayner.

Gwendolen is now trapped in a cruel and loveless marriage with Grandcourt.

Anna Chancellor stars in George Eliot's classic.

Grandcourt and Gwendolen are married and Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

Grandcourt and Gwendolen are married.

Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

George Eliot dramatisation with Anna Chancellor.

Gwendolen is married to Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

Gwendolen is married to the philandering Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

Starring Anna Chancellor.

Gwendolen is married to the philandering Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father. Starring Anna Chancellor.

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20080814 (BBC7)
20080815 (BBC7)
20090129 (BBC7)
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20121116 (BBC7)
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In the sun-drenched port of Genoa, Gwendolen and Daniel's fates become tragically and eternally entwined.

As Daniel and Gwendolen contemplate their respective fates, fate itself takes an active part in events.

George Eliot's novel of love and idealism, dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest, stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth.

3: In the sun-drenched port of Genoa, Gwendolen and Daniel's fates become eternally and tragically entwined.

With Michael Perceval-maxwell, James Bryce, Mark McDonnell and Finlay Welsh.

Director Patrick Rayner.

Gwendolen and Daniel's fates become tragically entwined in Genoa.

There's death, revelation and marriage at the climax of this 1999 production of George Eliot's novel.

With Anna Chancellor.

There's death, revelation and marriage in the conclusion of the George Eliot dramatisation

Starring Anna Chancellor.

There's death, revelation, politics and marriage in the conclusion of this 1876 classic.

There's death, revelation, politics and marriage in the conclusion of this 1876 classic. Starring Anna Chancellor.