The Woman in White (2018– )
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Episode #1.3 

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Sir Percival goes to violent lengths to get his hands on Laura's fortune, while Marian starts to suspect there might be something sinister behind Count Fosco's charming facade.

Director:

Carl Tibbetts

Writers:

Wilkie Collins (novel), Fiona Seres
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Episode complete credited cast:
Jessie Buckley ... Marian Halcombe
Olivia Vinall ... Laura Fairlie / Anne Catherick
Dougray Scott ... Sir Percival Glyde
Riccardo Scamarcio ... Count Fosco
Art Malik ... Erasmus Nash
Vicki Pepperdine Vicki Pepperdine ... Mrs. Michelson
Nicholas Jones ... Mr. Gilmore
Ruth Sheen ... Mrs. Clements
Sonya Cassidy ... Madam Fosco
Clare McMahon Clare McMahon ... Fanny
Carla Bryson Carla Bryson ... Margaret Porcher
Tony Flynn ... Mr. Merriman
Gary Gillespie Gary Gillespie ... Blackwater Servant
Michael Hooley Michael Hooley ... Coachman (as Mike Hooley)
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Glyde is angry when Marian tells him Mrs Catherick has been to the house looking for Anne and, his fortune gone, is equally irate when Laura refuses to sign her inheritance over to him. Fosco's wife seems sympathetic but the devious count, aware of Marian's loyalty to her half-sister, attempts to charm her into order the split the pair, involving the countess. Meanwhile Laura meets Anne, her exact double, and believes her account of Glyde's villainy. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color
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Wow, that's what the book is all about!
30 April 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Part one was solid, Part two was very good, Part three was scintillating, one of the most gripping, tense, deep things I've seen in ages, it's not often I watch something with a knot in my stomach the whole way through, but this episode actually had that effect. I've seen each adaptation, and thoroughly enjoyed, but don't remember the story having quite the impact that this did. The performances had been great in the opening two episodes, with specific characters shining through, this time though every single person shone through brilliantly. I've mentioned several actors, this time round I must pay credit to Riccardo Scamarcio and Sonya Cassidy, both given greater roles, and performing immaculately, The Foscos were nasty, manipulative and subtly terrifying. The whole production oozed class, and if the trailer for the penultimate episode is anything to go by, it's going to be superb.

Fabulous. 10/10


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