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 Season 2 (PBS)(1971-72)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


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2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE SIX WIVES OF HENRY VIII (BBC production 1970) (previously shown on CBS)
(01-Aug-1971 to 05-Sep-1971) PBS Sundays (6 parts)
Starring: Keith Michell (as Henry VIII)
Wife #1: Annette Crosbie as Catherine of Aragon (died in prison)
Wife #2: Dorothy Tutin as Anne Boleyn (beheaded)
Wife #3: Anne Stallybrass as Jane Seymour (birth complications)
Wife #4: Elvi Hale as Anne of Cleves (marriage annulled, outlived other wives)
Wife #5: Angela Pleasence as Catherine Howard (beheaded)
Wife #6: Rosalie Crutchley as Catherine Parr (widowed)

2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: JUDE THE OBSCURE (BBC production 1971)
(03-Oct-1971 to 07-Nov-1971) PBS Sundays (6 parts)
Novel by Thomas Hardy
Starring: Robert Powell, Fiona Walker, Alex Marshall, Daphne Heard

2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE GAMBLER (BBC production 1968)
(14-Nov-1971 to 21-Nov-1971) PBS Sundays (2 parts)
Novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Starring: Dame Edith Evans

2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: RESURRECTION (BBC production 1968)
(28-Nov-1971 to 19-Dec-1971) PBS Sundays (4 parts)
Novel by Tolstoy
Starring: Alan Dobie, Bridget Turner, Clifford Parrish

2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: COLD COMFORT FARM (BBC production 1968)(3 parts)
(26-Dec-1971 to 09-Jan-1972) PBS Sundays
Novel by Stella Gibson
Starring: Sarah Badel, Alistair Sim, Rosalie Crutchley

2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: ELIZABETH R (BBC production 1971)(6 parts)
(13-Feb-1972 to 19-Mar-1972) PBS Sundays (6 parts)
Starring: Glenda Jackson

[--] 02-Apr-72 Easter Sunday


2.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS (BBC production 1971)
(26-Mar-1972 to 14-May-1972) PBS Sundays (8 parts)
Novel by James Fenimore Cooper

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