Flambards: the complete series

DVD
Published 2011
Item Details
Summary:

England in the early 1900{u2019}s. The story begins as Christina is sent to live with her domineering, crippled Uncle Russell and her cousins Mark and Wiliam at Flambards, a rambling, decaying mansion. Life at Flambards is a conflict of cultures, with Mark and his father clinging to a traditionalist obsession for horses, whilst William, clever and sensitive, dreams of a career in the new technology of aviation. It is into this class-conscious, male-dominated household, fraught with family friction, that Christina arrives {u2013} and her presence generates a changing pattern of events and relationships.

Publisher, Date:
Richmond Hill, ON. : BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Ltd., [2011].
Description:
3 videodiscs (ca. 660 min. ) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Title:
Flambards, the complete series [DVD]
Flambards (Television program)
Notes:
DVD ; Dolby Digital.
Alan Parnaby, Christine McKenna, Steven Grives.
Music, David Fanshawe.
Adapted from the books by K.M. Peyton.
DVD release of the 1979 British television series.
Contents:
Discs 1-3: Christina
Blooding
Entry to a new world
Lady bountiful
Point to point
The cold light of day
The edge of the cloud
Flying high
Sing no sad songs
New blood
Prisoners of war
What are servants for?
Inheritance.
Publisher or Distributor Number:
31050-D
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