Bleak House (2005)
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Episode #1.8 

Intimidated by Mr. Tulkinghorn to provide a sample of Capt. Hawdon's handwriting, Sgt. George has decided to submit, this time. With the writing sample, Tulkinghorn is satisfied that Nemo ... See full summary »

Director:

Susanna White

Writers:

Andrew Davies (screenplay), Charles Dickens (novel)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Smiley ... Phil Squod
Hugo Speer ... Sergeant George
Pauline Collins ... Miss Flite
Denis Lawson ... John Jarndyce
Carey Mulligan ... Ada Clare
Anna Maxwell Martin ... Esther Summerson
Katie Angelou Katie Angelou ... Charley Neckett
Charles Dance ... Mr. Tulkinghorn
Tom Georgeson Tom Georgeson ... Clamb
Phil Davis ... Smallweed
Louise Brealey ... Judy (as Loo Brealey)
Burn Gorman ... Guppy
Gillian Anderson ... Lady Dedlock
Anne Reid ... Mrs. Rouncewell
Warren Clarke ... Boythorn
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Intimidated by Mr. Tulkinghorn to provide a sample of Capt. Hawdon's handwriting, Sgt. George has decided to submit, this time. With the writing sample, Tulkinghorn is satisfied that Nemo and Hawdon are the same person. Tulkinghorn reneges on his promise to clear George's debts however. Esther, with her scars from smallpox, is now convinced that Mr. Woodcort is beyond her reach. Going through Krook's personal effects, Smallweed learns from Guppy of the existence of the letters. Jarndyce, Ada and Esther again visit Mr. Boythorn who tells them of the ghost walk at the Dedlock estate. There Lady Dedlock tells Esther the identity of her mother. Written by garykmcd

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Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Release Date:

24 November 2005 (USA) See more »

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Warren Clarke's character Mr. Boythorn tells Esther and Ada a ghost story involving King Charles the First. Clarke previously starred in Blackadder: The Cavalier Years (1988) as General Oliver Cromwell, who signed King Charles' death warrant. See more »

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The Truth Revealed
14 March 2019 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is about Esther and the news from Lady Dedlock that she is the lady's daughter. Of course, we've known this for some time. But, of course, the people that would be harmed by the news make their meeting a one time event. Tulkinghorn gets what he wants from the Sergeant, but we know that he is slime and won't keep his promise. But we are led to believe that the Sergeant may already know what is being done. Marvelous story.


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