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Publication 68 By emma26 on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:04   
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I am trying to find the television version of D.C. I remember it being on, and my mentor teacher and I would like to show parts of it to our 9th grade Language Arts class.Please help me find it.
Thanks,
emma

Publication 69 By absent-minded on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:08   
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You can just go to pbs and make a search with the keyword "Copperfield" without quotes, for the bbc version

You can also see here links and information on various versions and reviews
https://www.ellopos.net/dickens/copper_links.html
Nice idea to use a video on your class. So far as I know, the best arrangement is the 99 bbc version

Good luck on your lessons

Publication 70 By ttracy on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:36   
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There are several DC videos. There was a not very good one on TNT about a month ago. Several versions should be avaibale at your local video store, and you can find all of them at www.amazon.com.

Publication 71 By Peter Tracey on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:37   
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I have a copy of the BBC film that was broadcast at Christmas. I am using it myself at the moment with one of my language classes but it will be free in about three weeks

I would be pleased tpo let you borrow it

Contact me at
[email protected]


Publication 1202 By Nibs on Friday, May 8, 2009 at 16:22   
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Here are links to Youtube versions:

1969 Fox (very bad adaptation IMO)


BBC 1999

Hallmark/TNT


I actually liked the Hallmark version fine, by the way, it seemed to adhere to the story as much as the very-revered 1935 MGM film. Just my 2 cents.

For reviews check out this page, written by myself.

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