CTVA US Anthology - "Masterpiece Theatre" (PBS) Season 31 (2000-01)

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 Season 31 (PBS)(2000-01)
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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31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: CORA UNASHAMED (WGBH Production)
25-Oct-2000 PBS Wednesday

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: MRS BROWN
05-Nov-2000 PBS Sunday

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
12-Nov-2000 PBS Sunday

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: ANNA KARENINA (4 parts)
18-Feb-2001 PBS Sunday
starring: Helen McCrory (as Anna Karenina)

[--] 15-Apr-2001: Easter Sunday

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: THE SONG OF THE LARK (Paramount-WGBH Production)
11-May-2001 PBS Friday

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: TAKE A GIRL LIKE YOU (BBC-WGBH Production 2000)
13-May-2001 PBS Sunday

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: BRAMWELL (Carlton TV Production 1998)
PBS Airdate? (series 4 - 2 episodes)

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: STIFF UPPER LIPS (1998)
PBS Airdate?

31.xx [--] Masterpiece Theatre: TALKING HEADS 2: MISS FOZZARD FINDS HER FEET (BBC Production 1998)
PBS Airdate?
written Alan Bennett
starring: Patricia Routledge

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