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The Making of a Lady DVD

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This is the story of the educated but penniless Emily. During her duties as a lady's companion, she meets her employer's nephew, Lord James Walderhurst. Accepting his marriage proposal, Emily finds solace in the company of Walderhurst's nephew and his glamorous wife, after Lord James leaves to rejoin his regiment. Emily, alone with the Osborns, increasingly comes under their control. She begins to fear for her life.
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PBSThe Making of a Lady DVD
 
4.3

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More movies like this!

I absolutely loved this movie! It had everything that I like- period drama, romance, mystery, and fine acting.

I absolutely loved this movie! It had everything that I like- period drama, romance, mystery, and fine acting.

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A little weak but entertaining

I read the book and found the tv adaption somewhat different. Emily is much more an intelligent and independent person than she is in the book and thank goodness Linus Roache made Walderhurst's character...Read complete review

I read the book and found the tv adaption somewhat different. Emily is much more an intelligent and independent person than she is in the book and thank goodness Linus Roache made Walderhurst's character a man you wouldn't mind marrying. I enjoyed watching their feelings for each other blossom into love. The nephew, his wife and her nurse were not creepy in the book but I guess the writers added a different story line for excitement. I enjoyed it enough to buy the video.

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5.0

Such a beautiful work of drama

By Nitenuse

from Aurora Ontario

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Comments about PBS The Making of a Lady DVD:

PBS, another wonderful period drama,intense and interesting! Loved it!

 
5.0

good movie....stays with you

By good movie buff

from Sarasota, FL

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Comments about PBS The Making of a Lady DVD:

Well this movie has stayed with me all day.....very thought provoking....with it's twist and turns. It is really nice to have a female character that is forced to be independent and does her BEST to deal with the blows of life.

Good characters ....some dark and thriller moments as well as tender and enduring ones. There are so few good movies out there ......I am truly grateful to PBS for airing this one !

 
5.0

Do not be mislead by the title

By vangie from Mi

from Rochester Hills Mi

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Comments about PBS The Making of a Lady DVD:

Brilliant cast, captivating story, surprising twist of dark mystery, wonderful romantic gem of a movie. I have watched it several times and enjoy it more and more each time.

 
4.0

The Making of a Lady

By Fe

from Florida

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Comments about PBS The Making of a Lady DVD:

Title is misleading, but an excellent suspense story.

 
5.0

PBS does it again!

By A fan of all things British

from Provo, UT

Comments about PBS The Making of a Lady DVD:

Thank you PBS for yet another wonderful literary adaptation brought to the screen. I have watched this five times now and have recommended this movie to all of my friends. Yes, the cousin and his wife were very creepy, but that just added to the intensity that built throughout the story. The casting was perfect, especially Linus Raoche and Lydia Wilson. My Chick Flick friends have requested that we watch this again.

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