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Title Vanity fair. Part 1 / adapted by Andrew Davies ; producer, Gillian McNeill ; director, Marc Munden ; BBC production in association with A & E Network
Published United Kingdom : British Broadcasting Corporation, 1998

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Description 1 online resource (51 min.)
Summary Destitute orphan Becky Sharp moves to London to stay with her firm friend Amelia Sedley. She soon finds employment and opportunity as a governess for Sir Pitt Crawley
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed January 09, 2018)
Cast Natasha Little, Frances Grey, Tom Ward, Philip Gleinster, Jeremy Swift, David Ross
Notes In English
Nominated 1999 British Academy Film Awards, BAFTA TV Award, Best Actress
Nominated 1999 British Academy Film Awards, BAFTA TV Award, Best Drama Serial
Nominated 1999 British Academy Film Awards, BAFTA TV Award, Best Photography and Lighting (Fiction/Entertainment)
Nominated 1999 British Academy Film Awards, BAFTA TV Award, Best Costume Design
Nominated 1999 British Academy Film Awards, BAFTA TV Award, Best Editing (Fiction/Entertainment)
Nominated 1999 British Academy Film Awards, BAFTA TV Award, Best Original Television Music
Subject Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 -- Television adaptations
Sharp, Becky (Fictitious character) -- Drama
Sharp, Becky (Fictitious character)
Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863.
Women -- England -- Conduct of life -- Drama
Female friendship -- England -- Drama
Female friendship.
Manners and customs.
Women -- Conduct of life.
England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Drama
England.
Genre/Form Drama.
Fiction television programs.
Romance television programs.
Television adaptations.
Television mini-series.
Television mini-series.
Television adaptations.
Fiction television programs.
Romance television programs.
Miniséries.
Adaptations télévisées.
Fictions télévisées.
Form Streaming video
Author Munden, Marc, director
McNeill, Gillian, producer
Television adaptation of (work): Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. Vanity fair. Selections
British Broadcasting Corporation, production company.