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The main plot of "The Spoils of Poynton" details the struggles between a widow and her son over a houseful of what Easy neal62• Rodents
• Unruly Children
• Antique Furniture
• Unwanted Guests
"The Spoils of Poynton" was the second series of Season One and was a four-part adaptation of the novel written in 1897 by which American author Easy neal62• Henry James
• Stephen Crane
• Ernest Hemingway
• William Faulkner
Masterpiece Theatre has a long and rich history of bringing British productions to American televisions, however the series' signature theme music is French in origin. Which Baroque era French composer wrote the music Hard neal62• Jean-Marie Leclair
• Jean-Philippe Rameau
• Marin Marais
• Jean-Joseph Mouret
Susan Hampshire won an Emmy for her portrayal of Sarah Jennings Churchill in "The First Churchills", though she wasn't the first choice for the role. Which actress was originally tabbed for that honor Medium neal62• Patricia Hayes
• Annette Crosbie
• Judi Dench
• Rosalie Crutchley
In 1971, PBS' Masterpiece Theatre began it's long historical run with the 12-part series titled "The First Churchills". Who was the first Duke of Marlborough and the central figure in this series Easy neal62• Winston Churchill
• John Churchill
• George Churchill
• Randolph Churchill
Can you name the woman, who was the central figure of a Masterpiece Theatre series of the same name, that became Britain's first female Member of Parliament and once personally asked Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin: "When are you going to stop killing peopl Medium neal62• Anna Karenina
• Nancy Astor
• Therese Raquin
• Moll Flanders
Can you name the Masterpiece Theatre series created by Frank Marshall and Rosemary Anne Sisson, (an original "Upstairs, Downstairs" dramatist), that centers around a 1920s family of sweepingly self-indulgent thespians. Medium neal62• The Spoils of Poynton
• Vanity Fair
• The Bretts
• Pictures
John Le Carre's first two novels that were adapted for television were, "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'' and ''Smiley's People". His third novel to make it to the small screen was a part of Masterpiece Theatre's 18th season. Can you name it' Medium neal62• Heaven on Earth
• Christabel
• All Passion Spent
• A Perfect Spy
Classification: Scripted
Genre: | Drama
Status: Returning Series
Network: PBS ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 10, 1971
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