Sally Ashby


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Master Of The House (1925) -- (Movie Clip) Tens Of Thousands Of Homes Sardonic opening to the only comedy made by Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer, wife (Astrid Holm), daughter (Karin Nellemose) and son (Aage Hoffman) scurrying in fear of father John (Johannes Meyer), in Master Of The House, 1925, co-written by Dreyer with playwright Svend Rindom.
Master Of The House (1925) -- (Movie Clip) Keep That Brat Quiet! Danish dad John (Johannes Meyer) returning home for lunch causes more panic in the household, abusing the son (Aage Hoffman) and wife (Astrid Holm), only the family friend Nana (Mathilde Nielsen) not intimidated, in the Carl Theodor Dreyer silent comedy Master Of The House, 1925.
Little Dorrit, Part One (1988) -- (Movie Clip) I've Seen Very Little From credits establishing the milieu of Dickensian 1830's London, the first appearance of Clennam (Derek Jacobi), in a coffee house, accosted by a fellow customer (Christopher Hancock), in Christine Edzard's acclaimed 1988 production, Little Dorrit: Part One.
Little Dorrit, Part One (1988) -- (Movie Clip) He's Not To Be Blamed Lawyer Clennam (Derek Jacobi) fulfills his promise to meet "Little" Dorrit (Sarah Pickering), daughter of an imprisoned debtor he hopes to help, on London's Iron Bridge, in the 1988 production from the Dickens novel, Little Dorrit: Part One.
Little Dorrit, Part One (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Nobody's Fault Fredrick Dorrit (Cyril Cusack) escorts lawyer Clennam (Derek Jacobi) to meet his inmate brother William (Alec Guinness, his first scene) at the Marshalsea prison, where the author Charles Dickens' father spent some time, in Little Dorrit: Part One, 1988, Sarah Pickering the title character.