Jane Eyre, 1983 (page 10 of 18)

The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here, Zelah Clarke as Jane Eyre. Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, Damien Thomas as Richard Mason facing Edward Rochester (played by Timothy Dalton). Mason speaks: ' 'Let her be taken care of; let her be treated as tenderly as may be: let her --'  he stopped and burst into tears.'  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, Timothy Dalton as Edward Rochester, Damien Thomas (slumped in chair) as Richard Mason, Zelah Clarke as Jane Eyre and Christopher Burgess as Carter, a surgeon. Rochester pours an elixir, and (from book): ' 'Now, doctor, I shall take the liberty of administering a dose myself, on my own responsibility. I got this cordial at Rome, of an Italian charlatan -- a fellow you would have kicked, Carter.' '  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, Zelah Clarke as Jane Eyre and Damien Thomas as Richard Mason. Her thoughts race as she tends to his bloody wounds. From chapter 20: 'And this man I bent over -- this commonplace, quiet stranger -- how had he become involved in the web of horror?'  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, Zelah Clarke as Jane Eyre and Timothy Dalton as Edward Rochester. She mentions the name 'Mason' and he reacts. From the book, the scene includes this exchange: ‘ 'Can I help you, sir? -- I'd give my life to serve you.'  'Jane, if aid is wanted, I'll seek it at your hands; I promise you that.' '  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, Timothy Dalton as Edward Rochester and Zelah Clarke (back to camera) as Jane Eyre. The exchange, as he reveals himself having played gypsy: ''There, then -- 'Off, ye lendings!'' And Mr. Rochester stepped out of his disguise. 'Now, sir, what a strange idea!' '  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, the gypsy woman (a disguised Edward Rochester, played by Timothy Dalton) and Zelah Clarke as Jane Eyre. The gypsy asks Jane: ' 'Is there not one face you study? one figure whose movements you follow with at least curiosity?' '  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here, the gypsy woman. Jane details, as per the novel, chapter 19: 'She had on a red cloak and a black bonnet: or rather, a broad- brimmed gipsy hat, tied down with a striped handkerchief under her chin.'  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here from left, Morris Barry as Mr. Eshton (a magistrate), Damien Thomas as Richard Mason and Gabrielle Glaister as Amy Eshton. She exiting from a session with the gypsy, half-scared out of her wits. As quoted from the book: ' 'I am sure she is something not right!' (...) 'She told us such things! She knows all about us!' '  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC production of "Jane Eyre" directed by Julian Amyes, based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë. Seen here, Mary Tamm as Blanche Ingram, emerging from a closed-door session with a gypsy. From the book: 'I have seen a gipsy vagabond; she has practised in hackneyed fashion the science of palmistry and told me what such people usually tell. My whim is gratified (...)' '  Initial serialization airdate, autumn 1983. Screen capture. Copyright © 1983 British Broadcasting Corporation / Pebble Mill. Credit: © 1983 BBC Pebble Mill / Courtesy: Pyxurz.