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Tara Fitzgerald stars as Lady Dona St. Columb, an affluent Londoner who takes refuge from stifling London society at her family's estate on the Cornish coast. It is there that she meets Jean Aubrey Anthony Delon, a dashing French privateer who promptly offers her a life of romance and excitement. Leaving her dull husband, Sir Harry James Fleet, Lady Dona takes to the high seas with her lover, but their plot to steal a ship from the English results in her having to choose between a life of duty with her husband or...
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Tara Fitzgerald stars as Lady Dona St. Columb, an affluent Londoner who takes refuge from stifling London society at her family's estate on the Cornish coast. It is there that she meets Jean Aubrey Anthony Delon, a dashing French privateer who promptly offers her a life of romance and excitement. Leaving her dull husband, Sir Harry James Fleet, Lady Dona takes to the high seas with her lover, but their plot to steal a ship from the English results in her having to choose between a life of duty with her husband or a life of adventure with Jean. Based upon the novel by Daphne Du Maurier. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Introduction by Russell Baker; Access to the Masterpiece Theatre web site; Scene selection; Closed captions; Described video for the visually impaired
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/27/2006
  • UPC: 783421337398
  • Original Release: 1998
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  • Source: Wgbh / Pbs
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 2:00:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tara Fitzgerald Dona St. Columb
Anthony Delon The Frenchman
Tim Dutton
James Fleet
Rupert Vansittart
Daniel Webb
Anna Popplewell Henrietta
Technical Credits
Ferdinand Fairfax Director
Patrick Harbinson Screenwriter
Hilary Heath Producer
Jonathan Powell Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Masterpiece Theatre: Frenchman's Creek
1. Introduction [1:44]
2. To Cornwall [10:47]
3. Changes at Navron [14:04]
4. Visiting With Lord Godolphin [11:47]
5. Treason [18:27]
6. Homecoming [13:13]
7. Dining With Pirates [16:06]
8. Something Else in Mind [16:11]
9. Credits [2:56]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    I have watch so many pirate movies and I think this is the best. Anthony Delon played a great pirate and his French that is to die for just listening to him and his looks and moves :" All and All the move is great the seens, locations. Tara Fitzgerald play a great part as well in this movie. To bad there is no more movies I cant fine on Antony as a pirate. Or being a Sultan, Sheik with concubines.

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