The house of Eliott : Series 3
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|Creston Public Library||DVD FIC HOU (Text)||35140001019374||Fiction Videos||Volume hold||Available||-|
4 videodiscs (ca. 590 mins.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Full screen version.
- Publisher: [United States] : Acorn Media, c2007.
|General Note:||Specifications: NTSC DVD; full screen presentation (4:3 aspect ratio) ; Dolby Digital stereo.
Special features: exclusive interview with Louise Lombard; production notes; 1920s fashion background; photo gallery; cast filmographies.
Originally broadcast on British television: Season 1 (12 episodes) began on 31 Aug 1991 ; Season 2 (12 episodes) in 1992 ; Season 3 (10 episodes) ended on 6 Mar 1994.
Based on the book The House of Eliott by Jean Marsh.
|Formatted Contents Note:||Each season is independently numbered: Series three: disc one: pts. 1-3 ; disc two: pts. 4-6 ; disc three: pts. 7 & 8 ; disc four: pts. 9 & 10.|
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||Directors: Rodney Bennett, Alister Hallum, Ken Hannam, Graeme Harper, June Howson, Alex Kirby, Nicholas Prosser, Jeremy Silberston, Richard Standeven ; Writers: Peter Buckman, Deborah Cook, Chris Curry, Linda Del Sasso, Evgeny Gridneff, Ginnie Hole, Jill Hyem, Michale Robson, Alan Seymour, Helen Slavin, Julia Stoneham, Stephen Wyatt ; Music, Jim Parker.|
|Participant or Performer Note:||Louise Lombard, Stella Gonet.|
|Summary, etc.:||Two sisters, Evangeline and Beatrice, have established a fashion house that creates a sensation in the London of the Roaring Twenties. The sisters and the House of Eliott face changing times, cutthroat competition and romance as they survive in the world of fashion. But the world of haute couture is shrinking. In order to survive, can the House of Eliott realize that ready-to-wear is fashion's future?.|
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