Wuthering Heights film Product Information
|Category||Dramas DVDs, Romance Movies, Classic Videos, Recommended, Essential Cinema, Ghosts, Tear Jerker, Melodrama, Rags To Riches, AFI Top 100 (1997), Afterlife, Gentry, Victorian Era|
|Starring||Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon, Donald Crisp, David Niven, Leo G. Carroll, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Flora Robson, Hugh Williams|
|Director of Photography||Gregg Toland|
|Production Designer||James Basevi|
Wuthering Heights movie was released Oct 28, 1997 by the HBO Home Video studio. Preceded by the 1920 version and followed by at least seven more productions, William Wyler's WUTHERING HEIGHTS is the best known version of Emily Bronte's classic novel. Wuthering Heights DVD for sale Wyler and scriptwriters Charles MacArthur and Ben Hecht omit the second half of Bronte's novel so they can focus on Heathcliff and Cathy Earnshaw's story.
Wuthering Heights review Product Description
It begins when Earnshaw (Cecil Kellaway) returns home with what he calls a gift from God--Heathcliff, an orphan. Hindley, Earnshaw's son, disapproves and makes Heathcliff's life miserable. Cathy, his daughter, finds a soulmate in Heathcliff.
They grow up. Hindley (Hugh Williams) becomes ever more cruel. Cathy (Merle Oberon) is capricious. She encourages Heathcliff, telling him he's a prince in disguise. He replies that she'll always be his queen. But she thinks he is socially inferior, and she is interested in the luxury offered by Edgar Linton (David Niven). When Heathcliff hears Cathy tell Ellen it would degrade her to marry him, he runs away, not knowing that Cathy goes on to say "I am Heathcliff," or that she runs after him, desperately. ...See Full Description
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Wuthering Heights video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1285943|
|Studio||HBO Home Video|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Oct 28, 1997|
|Running Time||104 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound|
Wuthering Heights DVD Features
Region 1 Encoding
Multiple Language and Subtitle Tracks
Original Theatrical Trailer
Interview with Geraldine Fitzgerald
Wuthering Heights Awards