Poldark Movie Review 1975

Information and Film Reviews for Poldark the Movie

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Tempestuous love, political intrigue, and family struggles all set in 18th-century Cornwall, then the copper-producing center of England. Heroic Ross Poldark has just returned from fighting upstart Americans in the Revolutionary War only to discover that his father has died and the family mines are about to be sold to the scheming Warleggan family. Ross struggles to pay off family debts, reclaim his heritage, resolve his feelings for an old love, and fight his attraction to the beguiling, but completely unsuitable, Demelza. Adapted from the novels by Winston Graham.

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Available on VHS
Running time 720 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Family Ties, Miners & Mining, Period Piece: 18th Century, Great Britain
Screenplay
Paul Wheeler, Peter Draper, Jack Pulman
Cast
Robin Ellis, Angharad Rees, Jill Townsend, Judy Geeson, Ralph Bates, Richard Morant, Clive Francis, John Baskcomb, Paul Curran, Tilly Tremayne, Mary Wimbush
Director
Paul Annett, Christopher Barry, Kenneth Ives
Producer
Morris Barry, BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), London Films

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