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Anna Karenina (1977)

Anna Karenina (1977)

Tolstoy's classic novel about a married woman who embarks upon an affair with a dashing nobleman is brought to the small screen as a mini-series by the BBC. Nicola Pagett starred in the title role.
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Episode Info

Final: 1x10 -- Episode 10 (Nov/27/1977)

Nicola Pagett
As Anna Karenina
Stuart Wilson (2)
As Count Vronsky
Eric Porter
As Karenin
Robert Swann
As Levin
Davyd Harries
As Stiva

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Executive Producer: Ken Riddington
Producer: Donald Wilson (1)
Editor: Bill Wright (1), Christopher Woolley
Unit Production Manager: George Gallaccio
Music: David Lloyd-Jones (1)
Costume Designer: Joan Ellacott
Make-up: Ann Ailes-Stevenson
Camera Operator: Ken Westbury
Production Assistant: Jane Shirley
Other: Hubert Cartwright

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Recurring Guests

Marilyn Le Conte as Annushka (8 eps)
Sheila Gish as Princess Betsy (7 eps)
David Gwillim as Petritsky (6 eps)
Carole Nimmons as Dolly (6 eps)
Paul Spurrier as Seriozha (6 eps)
Patricia Lawrence as Princess Sherbatsky (5 eps)
Geoffrey Toone as Prince Scherbatsky (4 eps)
Eugene Schlusser as Herman (4 eps)
April Walker as Paula (4 eps)
Margot Van Der Burgh as Lydia (4 eps)

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Warning: Anna Karenina (1977) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Mini-Series
Genre: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Premiere: September 25, 1977
Ended: November 27, 1977
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