Directed by John Glenister.
270 minutes; released 1972.
A BBC television production of what may be Jane Austen's best novel. Having successfully orchestrated her friend's marriage, a young woman has another go at matchmaking, only this time things do not go according to plan. Starring Doran Godwin and John Carson.
Directed by Patricia Rozema.
102 minutes; released 1999.
A young woman is sent to live at the country estate of her rich cousins to learn how to be a proper lady. Starring Embeth Davidtz, Jonny Lee Miller, Alessandro Nivola and Harold Pinter.
Directed by David Giles.
312 minutes; released 1983.
A BBC production of the popular Austen novel about a young woman sent to live with her rich cousins. Starring Sylvestra le Touzel and Nicholas Farrell.
Directed by Giles Foster.
90 minutes; released 1987.
A young woman's romantic inclinations get the best of her when her wealthy neighbour invites her to Bath. Starring Peter Firth, Googie Withers, and Robert Hardy.
Directed by Roger Michell.
106 minutes; released 1995.
A young man on his return to England finds himself thrown into the company of the young woman who, years before, had rejected his offer of marriage. Starring Amanda Root and Ciarán Hinds.
Directed by Julian Mitchell.
225 minutes; released 1971.
A BBC production of the Austen novel about a young man who finds himself thrown into the company of the woman who had rejected his offer of marriage. Starring Ann Firbank and Bryan Marshall.
Directed by Simon Langton.
300 minutes; released 1995.
Langton's adaptation of Jane Austen's classic tale about love and misunderstanding. Includes a Jane Austen biography and bibliography. Starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle.
Directed by Cyril Coke.
265 minutes; released 1980.
An earlier BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's classic tale about love and misunderstanding, which many feel is superior to the Simon Langton version. Starring Elizabeth Garvie and David Rintoul.
Directed by Ang Lee.
136 minutes; released 1995.
The marriage prospects of two sisters--one romantic, the other practical--seems bleak at first, as their family has lost its fortune. But both gain the attention of men they admire. Starring Hugh Grant, Kate Winslet and Emma Thompson.
Directed by Rodney Bennett.
174 minutes; released 1981.
A BBC production of the classic Austen novel. The marriage prospects of two sisters--one romantic, the other practical--seems bleak at first, as their family has lost its fortune. But both gain the attention of men they admire. Starring Irene Richard and Tracey Childs.