|Central Branch||DVD Dinne||Part 1||
|Central Branch||DVD Dinne||Part 2||
|Pittsburgh Branch||DVD Dinne||Part 3||
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|Title Statement||A dinner of herbs [DVD] / a Festival Films production for Tyne Tees Television in association with World Wide International Television ; produced by Ray Marshall ; directed by Alan Grint ; written by Christopher Green and Ray Marshall.|
|Alternative Title(s)||Catherine Cookson's A dinner of herbs|
|Additional Contributors||Grint, Alan|
|Publication||Richmond Hill, Ont.: BFS Video, |
|Extent of Item||3 videodiscs (ca. 96 min. each)|
|Standard Number (UPC, etc.)||066805304002066805304019066805304026066805304033|
|General Notes||Disc label title.
Digital video disc (DVD)
Originally released as a television production in 2000.
Based on the novel by Catherine Cookson.
Special features: biographies, filmographies, bibliography, interactive menus and scene selection.
|Performance Credits||Billie Whitelaw, Jonathan Kerrigan, Tom Goodman Hill, Melanie Clark Pullen, Ivan Kaye.|
|System Details||DVD Dolby digital.|
|Summary||Roddy, Hal and Mary Ellen are the closest of friends, united by the hardships they suffered as children growing up in a 19th-century working-class town in the north of England. However, problems between them test their friendship, and affect their families for three generations.|
|Subjects & Genres|
|By Topic||Working class--Fiction--England, Northern|
|Television plays, English|
|By Location||England--Fiction--Social life and customs--19th century|
|Holdings Summary for Central Branch|
|Last Received||Part 1 - [ 08/Apr/03 ]|
|Holdings Summary for Pittsburgh Branch|
|Last Received||Part 3 - [ 03/Nov/06 ]|