this version probably has never been published on video or DVD. The only
chance to get a copy is to contact BBB Broadcastlearning in the UK
Sometimes they offer videos that are not listed in their catalogue.
In WorldCat there are 3 other (complete) versions listed:
- by The Boston Conservatory ("A senior acting concentrate workshop
presentation of...") (113 min.):
FL UNIV OF CENT FLORIDA FTU
GA AUGUSTA STATE UNIV, REESE LIBR GJG
MA BOSTON CONSERVATORY ALPHIN LIBR BCO
NJ ROWAN UNIV NJG
NJ SETON HALL UNIV STH
OH KENYON COL LIBR
- by Renaissance Productions, Ltd./Stratford Theatre, Ontario, Canada
CA SANTA CLARA UNIV STA
CT YALE UNIV LIBR YUS
DC AMERICAN UNIV EAU
MA WILLIAMS COL WCM
PA MONTGOMERY CNTY COMMUN COL
Perhaps ILL is an option for you for these two titles. The third one is
- by the Shakespeare Theatre (Washington, D.C.) (Video cannot be loaned,
but must be viewed in the Library, 158 min.)
Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin
Marilyn Huntley schrieb:
> Hello everyone,
> I know this is a really long shot, but I've already spent a lot of time
> searching fruitlessly, so I'm hoping someone can give me a clue.
> A professor has asked me to find a videotape or DVD of a 1977 BBC
> production. It was an episode called "The Country Wife" in the
> long-running series "Play of the Month." It was a performance of the
> play, "The Country Wife" (or A Country Wife), written by William
> Wycherley, who lived from 1640 to 1716. Helen Mirren was one of the actors.
> I've found that Insight Media offers a DVD of this same play, but that
> isn't the one this professor wants. Does anyone know whether there's any
> such thing as a recording of the 1977 BBC program? Or perhaps another
> version that contains the entire play, not just excerpts or an abridged
> script? It would probably be nearly 2 hours long.
> Oh, and he wants it by September 10th!
> Thanks in advance for any information you can give me, even if you have
> to say, "ABSOLUTELY NOT".
> Marilyn Huntley
> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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