Diary of Anne Frank, The (page 5 of 11)

The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here, Kate Ashfield (as Miep Gies). Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here crowded on the staircase to the Annex, from top: Geoff Breton (as Peter van Daan), Lesley Sharp (as Petronella van Daan), Ron Cook (as Hermann van Daan), Ellie Kendrick (as Anne Frank), Tamsin Greig (as Edith Frank) and in immediate foreground, Iain Glen (as Otto Frank). Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here from left, Roger Frost (as Mr. Johannes Kleiman) and Tim Dantay (as Mr. Victor Kugler). They help run Otto Frank’s business while he remains in hiding. Anne describes: ‘Thursday, April 1, 1943 – (…) the managers of Pomosin Industries came from Frankfurt to discuss the new Opekta deliveries. Father had gone over the important points with Mr. Kleiman, and there wasn't enough time to give Mr. Kugler a thorough briefing.’ Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here lying on the floor, listening to business transactions happening below, from left, Iain Glen (as Otto Frank) and Felicity Jones (as Margot Frank). From Anne’s diary entry: ‘Thursday, April 1, 1943 – (…) The gentlemen arrived from Frankfurt, and Father was already shaking at the thought of how the talks would go. “If only I could be there, if only I were downstairs,” he exclaimed. / “Go lie down with your ear to the floor. They'll be brought to the private office, and you'll be able to hear everything.” ’ Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here from left on far side of table, Ron Cook (as Hermann van Daan cranking a meat grinder), Geoff Breton (as Peter van Daan), Nicholas Farrell (as Albert Dussel) and Tamsin Greig (as Edith Frank, mixing ingredients in a bowl). Anne writes: ‘Thursday, December 10, 1942 - Dearest Kitty, / Mr. van Daan used to be in the meat, sausage and spice business. He was hired for his knowledge of spices, and yet, to our great delight, it's his sausage talents that have come in handy now.’ Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here in a small s bedroom, from left, Nicholas Farrell (as Albert Dussel) and Ellie Kendrick (as Anne Frank). Anne writes: ‘Thursday, November 19, 1942 – (…) Mr. Dussel is a very nice man. Of course he didn't mind sharing a room with me; to be honest, I'm not exactly delighted at having a stranger use my things, but you have to make sacrifices for a good cause, and I'm glad I can make this small one.’ Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here, the van Daan family, from left, Geoff Breton (as Peter van Daan), Lesley Sharp (as Petronella van Daan) and Ron Cook (as Hermann van Daan). Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here, the arrival of Albert Dussel, (played by Nicholas Farrell). Anne writes: ‘Tuesday, November 17, 1942 - Dearest Kitty! (…) It was eleven-twenty when Mr. Dussel tapped on the office door. Miep asked him to remove his coat, so the yellow star couldn't be seen, (…) Miep took Mr. Dussel upstairs, opened the bookcase and stepped inside, while Mr. Dussel looked on in amazement.’ Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here from left, Tamsin Greig (as Edith Frank), Iain Glen (as Otto Frank, in background), Felicity Jones (as Margot Frank), Ron Cook (as Hermann van Daan, in foreground), Ellie Kendrick (as Anne Frank, at far corner of table), Lesley Sharp (as Petronella van Daan) and Geoff Breton (as Peter van Daan). The group faces a new arrival to the Annex. As Anne writes: ‘Tuesday, November 10, 1942 - Dearest Kitty, / Great news! We're planning to take an eighth person into hiding with us!' Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The BBC program "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Jon Jones, based on the writings from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank. Seen here, Ron Cook (as Hermann van Daan). Initial serialization airdate, January 2009. Screen capture. Copyright © 2008 Darlow Smithson Productions LTD. Credit: © 2008 Darlow Smithson Prod. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.