CTVA US Anthology - "Masterpiece Theatre" (PBS) Season 16 (1985-86)

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 Season 16 (PBS)(1985-86)
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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16.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH (Central TV Production 1985)(6 parts)
PBS Airdates?
starring: Martin Shaw, Sverre Anker Ousdel, Max Von Sydow, Susan Wooldridge
Scott and Amundsen's efforts to reach the South Pole

16.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: BLEAK HOUSE (BBC Production 1985)(8 parts)
(01-Dec-1985 to 19-Jan-1986) PBS Sundays
written by Charles Dickens
starring: Denholm Elliott, Diana Rigg, Philip Franks, Lucy Hornak

16.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: LORD MOUNTBATTEN: THE LAST VICEROY (Brent Walker PLC for ITV (6 parts)
PBS Airdates?
starring: Nicol Williamson, Janet Suzman

[--] 30-Mar-1986: Easter Sunday

16.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: BY THE SWORD DIVIDED (BBC Production 1983, 1985)(9 parts)
PBS Airdates?
starring: Julian Glover, Lucy Aston, Sharon Maughan
Set in 17th century England.

16.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE IRISH R.M. (Channel 4-Ulster TV 1984)(6 parts - series 2)
PBS Airdates?
starring: Peter Bowles

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