History Film / JaneEyre

13th Aug '17 6:33:29 PM Jeduthun
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* The 1970 TV film directed by Delbert Mann, starting Creator/SusannahYork and Creator/GeorgeCScott.



[[folder: 1996 film]]
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Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of the novel starring Charlotte Gainsbourgh as Jane and Creator/WilliamHurt as Rochester. Notably also includes Creator/AnnaPaquin as the young Jane.

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[[folder: 1996 film]]
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Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of the novel starring Charlotte Gainsbourgh as Jane
1970 film]]

A British TV film directed by Delbert Mann, starting Creator/SusannahYork
and Creator/WilliamHurt as Rochester. Notably also includes Creator/AnnaPaquin as the Creator/GeorgeCScott. Notable for its Emmy-winning score by an [[RetroactiveRecognition up-and-coming young Jane.
composer]] named Creator/JohnWilliams.



* EarlyBirdCameo: St. John and his family appear when Jane returns to her childhood rearing house to attend her aunt's final illness. While not on the level of either the 1943 or 2011 films in including him from the very beginning, it is still earlier than his final-quarter appearance in the novel.
* PragmaticAdaptation: Though in general the film plays like an AdaptationDistillation, the final Rivers section is combined and manipulated quite a bit to fit it into a coherent, unified narrative.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: St. John and his family appear when Jane returns to her childhood rearing house to attend her aunt's final illness. While not on LonelyPianoPiece: The soundtrack prominently incorporates a soaring piano solo.
* LostEpisode: Sadly,
the level original master tapes are lost, making a re-release unlikely. There has been an official restoration of either the 1943 or 2011 films in including him from the very beginning, it is still earlier than his final-quarter appearance in the novel.
Composer/JohnWilliams soundtrack, however.
* PragmaticAdaptation: Though in general the {{Redubbing}}: A dubbed version of this film plays like became [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff wildly popular in China]], of all places, with even an AdaptationDistillation, ''audiocassette release'' of the final Rivers section is combined and manipulated quite Mandarin dub becoming a bit to fit it into a coherent, unified narrative.top seller.



[[folder: 1997 telefilm]]
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ITV's telefilm starring Samantha Morton (the 1996 ''Literature/{{Emma}}'') as Jane and Creator/CiaranHinds (the 1995 ''Literature/{{Persuasion}}'') as Rochester.

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[[folder: 1997 telefilm]]
1996 film]]
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ITV's telefilm Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of the novel starring Samantha Morton (the 1996 ''Literature/{{Emma}}'') Charlotte Gainsbourgh as Jane and Creator/CiaranHinds (the 1995 ''Literature/{{Persuasion}}'') Creator/WilliamHurt as Rochester.
Rochester. Notably also includes Creator/AnnaPaquin as the young Jane.



* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is a blonde.
* BigNo: [[spoiler:When Richard Mason reveals Rochester is already married.]]
* DeadpanSnarker:
--> '''Rochester''': "Perhaps you'll explain to me the concept of a twenty-eight day week..."

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is a blonde.
* BigNo: [[spoiler:When Richard Mason reveals Rochester is already married.]]
* DeadpanSnarker:
--> '''Rochester''': "Perhaps you'll explain
EarlyBirdCameo: St. John and his family appear when Jane returns to me her childhood rearing house to attend her aunt's final illness. While not on the concept level of either the 1943 or 2011 films in including him from the very beginning, it is still earlier than his final-quarter appearance in the novel.
* PragmaticAdaptation: Though in general the film plays like an AdaptationDistillation, the final Rivers section is combined and manipulated quite
a twenty-eight day week..."bit to fit it into a coherent, unified narrative.



[[folder: 2006 miniseries]]
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The BBC's return to the story in four episodes after the last miniseries in the 83s. Starring Ruth Wilson as Jane and Toby Stephens as Rochester, scripted by Sandy Welch (''Literature/OurMutualFriend'', ''Literature/NorthAndSouth'', the 2009 ''Literature/{{Emma}}''), and directed by the BBC's ''Series/BleakHouse'' co-director Susanna White.

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[[folder: 2006 miniseries]]
1997 telefilm]]
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The BBC's return to the story in four episodes after the last miniseries in the 83s. Starring Ruth Wilson ITV's telefilm starring Samantha Morton (the 1996 ''Literature/{{Emma}}'') as Jane and Toby Stephens Creator/CiaranHinds (the 1995 ''Literature/{{Persuasion}}'') as Rochester, scripted by Sandy Welch (''Literature/OurMutualFriend'', ''Literature/NorthAndSouth'', the 2009 ''Literature/{{Emma}}''), and directed by the BBC's ''Series/BleakHouse'' co-director Susanna White.
Rochester.



* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is again blonde. Also, Toby Stephens's naturally red hair is dyed brown for the role of Rochester, but you can tell he's a natural redhead from his sideburns and occasionally in the sunlight.
* BookEnds: The series begins and ends with the painting of a family portrait.
* CanonForeigner: The Dent twins and John Eshton, setting up the idea that twinned souls can call each other across distances and making the ending feel much less like a sudden fantastical DeusExMachina.
* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is one of the longer versions, the script makes a few choices to fit the serialized format of the series. A particular example of this is the structure of the fourth episode, which plays with the idea that Jane [[TraumaInducedAmnesia doesn't remember Thornfield.]]
* ShutupKiss: Rochester does this a number of times to Jane when begging her not to leave Thornfield to the point that one Youtube user said that it sounds like Toby Stephens is eating Ruth Wilson's face.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is again blonde. Also, Toby Stephens's naturally red hair a blonde.
* BigNo: [[spoiler:When Richard Mason reveals Rochester
is dyed brown for the role of Rochester, but you can tell he's a natural redhead from his sideburns and occasionally in the sunlight.
* BookEnds: The series begins and ends with the painting of a family portrait.
* CanonForeigner: The Dent twins and John Eshton, setting up the idea that twinned souls can call each other across distances and making the ending feel much less like a sudden fantastical DeusExMachina.
* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is one of the longer versions, the script makes a few choices to fit the serialized format of the series. A particular example of this is the structure of the fourth episode, which plays with the idea that Jane [[TraumaInducedAmnesia doesn't remember Thornfield.
already married.]]
* ShutupKiss: Rochester does this a number of times DeadpanSnarker:
--> '''Rochester''': "Perhaps you'll explain
to Jane when begging her not to leave Thornfield to me the point that one Youtube user said that it sounds like Toby Stephens is eating Ruth Wilson's face. concept of a twenty-eight day week..."



[[folder: 2011 film]]
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Focus Features and BBC Films produced this film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (''Film/BeastsOfNoNation'', the first season of ''Series/TrueDetective'') starring Mia Wasikowska as Jane, Michael Fassbender as Rochester, Judi Dench as Mrs. Fairfax, and Jamie Bell as St. John.

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[[folder: 2011 film]]
2006 miniseries]]
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Focus Features The BBC's return to the story in four episodes after the last miniseries in the 83s. Starring Ruth Wilson as Jane and BBC Films produced this film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (''Film/BeastsOfNoNation'', the first season of ''Series/TrueDetective'') starring Mia Wasikowska as Jane, Michael Fassbender Toby Stephens as Rochester, Judi Dench as Mrs. Fairfax, scripted by Sandy Welch (''Literature/OurMutualFriend'', ''Literature/NorthAndSouth'', the 2009 ''Literature/{{Emma}}''), and Jamie Bell as St. John.
directed by the BBC's ''Series/BleakHouse'' co-director Susanna White.


Added DiffLines:

* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is again blonde. Also, Toby Stephens's naturally red hair is dyed brown for the role of Rochester, but you can tell he's a natural redhead from his sideburns and occasionally in the sunlight.
* BookEnds: The series begins and ends with the painting of a family portrait.
* CanonForeigner: The Dent twins and John Eshton, setting up the idea that twinned souls can call each other across distances and making the ending feel much less like a sudden fantastical DeusExMachina.
* PragmaticAdaptation: While it is one of the longer versions, the script makes a few choices to fit the serialized format of the series. A particular example of this is the structure of the fourth episode, which plays with the idea that Jane [[TraumaInducedAmnesia doesn't remember Thornfield.]]
* ShutupKiss: Rochester does this a number of times to Jane when begging her not to leave Thornfield to the point that one Youtube user said that it sounds like Toby Stephens is eating Ruth Wilson's face.
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[[folder: 2011 film]]
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Focus Features and BBC Films produced this film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (''Film/BeastsOfNoNation'', the first season of ''Series/TrueDetective'') starring Mia Wasikowska as Jane, Michael Fassbender as Rochester, Judi Dench as Mrs. Fairfax, and Jamie Bell as St. John.

!'''Reader, I used these tropes:'''
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11th May '17 3:40:39 AM GottamsReckoning
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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SJYxamq-3g 1983 BBC miniseries]], then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. (This doesn't even count the approximately 64 billion [[http://eyreguide.awardspace.co.uk/radio.html Jane Eyre radio plays]].) A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.

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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SJYxamq-3g 1983 BBC miniseries]], then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, Creator/CharlotteBronte's ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. (This This doesn't even count the approximately 64 billion [[http://eyreguide.awardspace.co.uk/radio.html Jane Eyre radio plays]].) A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.AdaptationalAttractiveness.

The list of film adaptation tropes are as follow:
* The 1943 film directed by Robert Stevenson, co-adapted by Aldous Huxley and John Houseman, starring Creator/JoanFontaine and Creator/OrsonWelles.
* The 1996 film directed by Franco Zeffirelli, starring Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt.
* The 1997 ITV telefilm directed by Robert Young, starring Creator/SamanthaMorton and Creator/CiaranHinds.
* The 2006 BBC miniseries directed by Susanna White, starring Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens.
* The 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga, starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender



The various versions of ''Literature/JaneEyre'' are:






The classic film starring Creator/JoanFontaine as Jane and Orson Welles as Rochester. Co-adapted by Aldous Huxley, after his work on ''{{Pride and Prejudice}}''. Child actress Creator/ElizabethTaylor, a few years away from becoming a huge star, has a small part.

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The classic film starring Creator/JoanFontaine as Jane and Orson Welles as Rochester. Co-adapted by Aldous Huxley, after his work on ''{{Pride and Prejudice}}''.''Film/PrideAndPrejudice''. Child actress Creator/ElizabethTaylor, a few years away from becoming a huge star, has a small part.




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Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of the novel starring Charlotte Gainsbourg as Jane and Creator/WilliamHurt as Rochester. Notably also includes Anna Paquin as the young Jane.

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Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of the novel starring Charlotte Gainsbourg Gainsbourgh as Jane and Creator/WilliamHurt as Rochester. Notably also includes Anna Paquin Creator/AnnaPaquin as the young Jane.




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ITV's telefilm starring Samantha Morton (the 1996 ''{{Literature/Emma}}'') as Jane and Ciaran Hinds (the 1995 ''Literature/{{Persuasion}}'') as Rochester.

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ITV's telefilm starring Samantha Morton (the 1996 ''{{Literature/Emma}}'') ''Literature/{{Emma}}'') as Jane and Ciaran Hinds Creator/CiaranHinds (the 1995 ''Literature/{{Persuasion}}'') as Rochester.




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* BigNo: [[spoiler: When Richard Mason reveals Rochester is already married.]]

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* BigNo: [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When Richard Mason reveals Rochester is already married.]]









The BBC's return to the story in four episodes after the last miniseries in the 83s. Starring Ruth Wilson as Jane and Toby Stephens as Rochester, scripted by Sandy Welch (''Literature/OurMutualFriend'', ''Literature/NorthAndSouth'', the 2009 ''{{Literature/Emma}})'', and directed by the BBC's Series/BleakHouse co-director Susanna White.

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The BBC's return to the story in four episodes after the last miniseries in the 83s. Starring Ruth Wilson as Jane and Toby Stephens as Rochester, scripted by Sandy Welch (''Literature/OurMutualFriend'', ''Literature/NorthAndSouth'', the 2009 ''{{Literature/Emma}})'', ''Literature/{{Emma}}''), and directed by the BBC's Series/BleakHouse ''Series/BleakHouse'' co-director Susanna White.




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Focus Features produced this film, starring Mia Wasikowska as Jane, Michael Fassbender as Rochester, Judi Dench as Mrs. Fairfax, and Jamie Bell as St. John, and directed by Cary Fukunaga.

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Focus Features and BBC Films produced this film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (''Film/BeastsOfNoNation'', the first season of ''Series/TrueDetective'') starring Mia Wasikowska as Jane, Michael Fassbender as Rochester, Judi Dench as Mrs. Fairfax, and Jamie Bell as St. John, and directed by Cary Fukunaga.
John.




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* AlmostKiss: When Rochester is "thanking" her for saving him from the fire.
** He tries to kiss her again, after their aborted wedding, but she won't let him.
* BeardOfSorrow

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* AlmostKiss: When Rochester is "thanking" her for saving him from the fire.
**
fire. He tries to kiss her again, after their aborted wedding, but she won't let him.
* BeardOfSorrowBeardOfSorrow: Rochester grows one after Jane leaves and [[spoiler:when Bertha sets the house on fire and commits suicide]].



19th Apr '17 7:41:03 PM Pamina
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is again blonde. Rochester is a redhead.
** Toby Stephens's hair looks as though it has been dyed and you can only really tell he's a natural redhead from his sideburns and occasionally in the sunlight.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Blanche is again blonde. Rochester is a redhead.
**
Also, Toby Stephens's naturally red hair looks as though it has been is dyed and brown for the role of Rochester, but you can only really tell he's a natural redhead from his sideburns and occasionally in the sunlight.
15th Apr '17 1:31:07 AM CaptEquinox
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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. (This doesn't even count the approximately 64 billion [[http://eyreguide.awardspace.co.uk/radio.html Jane Eyre radio plays]].) A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.

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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SJYxamq-3g 1983 BBC miniseries, miniseries]], then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. (This doesn't even count the approximately 64 billion [[http://eyreguide.awardspace.co.uk/radio.html Jane Eyre radio plays]].) A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.
3rd Apr '17 2:02:35 AM CaptEquinox
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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.

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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. (This doesn't even count the approximately 64 billion [[http://eyreguide.awardspace.co.uk/radio.html Jane Eyre radio plays]].) A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.
11th Dec '16 2:45:42 PM LongTallShorty64
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The classic film starring Joan Fontaine as Jane and Orson Welles as Rochester. Co-adapted by Aldous Huxley, after his work on ''{{Pride and Prejudice}}''. Child actress Creator/ElizabethTaylor, a few years away from becoming a huge star, has a small part.

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The classic film starring Joan Fontaine Creator/JoanFontaine as Jane and Orson Welles as Rochester. Co-adapted by Aldous Huxley, after his work on ''{{Pride and Prejudice}}''. Child actress Creator/ElizabethTaylor, a few years away from becoming a huge star, has a small part.
29th Aug '16 4:48:58 PM jamespolk
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The classic film starring Joan Fontaine as Jane and Orson Welles as Rochester. Co-adapted by Aldous Huxley, after his work on ''{{Pride and Prejudice}}''

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The classic film starring Joan Fontaine as Jane and Orson Welles as Rochester. Co-adapted by Aldous Huxley, after his work on ''{{Pride and Prejudice}}''
Prejudice}}''. Child actress Creator/ElizabethTaylor, a few years away from becoming a huge star, has a small part.
20th Jul '16 12:44:53 AM jamespolk
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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Joan Fontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.

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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Joan Fontaine Creator/OrsonWelles/Creator/JoanFontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.
24th Jun '16 4:25:12 PM Saveelich
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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Joan Fontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Creator/FrancoZeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.

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From Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Joan Fontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Creator/FrancoZeffirelli's Franco Zeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.
24th Jun '16 4:21:39 PM Saveelich
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From Creator/AldousHuxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Joan Fontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Creator/FrancoZeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.

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From Creator/AldousHuxley's Aldous Huxley's intriguing Creator/OrsonWelles/Joan Fontaine 1943 film, through Zelah Clarke and Creator/TimothyDalton's 1983 BBC miniseries, then on to Creator/CharlotteGainsbourg and Creator/WilliamHurt's performances in Creator/FrancoZeffirelli's 1996 film, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]] and Samantha Morton in a 1997 ITV film, Creator/RuthWilson and Toby Stephens' work in the 2006 BBC miniseries, and the most recent 2011 film directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Creator/MiaWasikowska and Creator/MichaelFassbender, ''Literature/JaneEyre'' has [[AdaptationOverdosed never been short of adaptations]]. A consistent trait of all the adaptations is the conversion of Jane and Rochester from plain or unhandsome to good-looking or downright stunning -- a clear case of AdaptationalAttractiveness.
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