Catherine Cookson's The Moth

Catherine Cookson's The Moth

DVD - 1997
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Talented carpenter Robert Bradley leaves the Jarrow shipyards in 1913 for a better life in the country and a job in his uncle's furniture business. But he soon finds himself at odds with his God-fearing uncle, and his cousin Carrie is a teenage time bomb waiting to explode. For solace, he escapes to the grounds of a dilapidated country estate, where he meets the ethereal Millie Thorman, known locally as "The Moth."
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : Distributed by Acorn Media U.S., c1997
ISBN: 9781569388587
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (151 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Moth


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Nov 24, 2017

Suave Jack Davenport in a rare heroic role, as a young working man who becomes entangled with a house of troubled souls. I usually find stories featuring ethereal child-women irritating, but Catherine Cookson and the cast deliver.

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