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Adapted from Paul Scott's Raj Quartet novels, the 1984 eight-part British miniseries The Jewel in the Crown comes to DVD in this four-disc set from A&E Entertainment. It is presented with a standard full-screen transfer and Dolby Digital Stereo sound. Other than the standard scene selections, this set contains no special features.
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Adapted from Paul Scott's Raj Quartet novels, the 1984 eight-part British miniseries The Jewel in the Crown comes to DVD in this four-disc set from A&E Entertainment. It is presented with a standard full-screen transfer and Dolby Digital Stereo sound. Other than the standard scene selections, this set contains no special features.
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Special Features

Interactive menus; Scene selection
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/27/2001
  • UPC: 733961701845
  • Original Release: 1984
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  • Source: A&E Home Video
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Dolby 5.1 / Stereo
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:20:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 1
1. Sister Ludmila [10:17]
2. Daphne Manners [6:55]
3. Lili Chatterjee's Party [6:46]
4. War Week Exhibition [9:46]
5. Dinner and Dancing [7:37]
6. Hari's Home [10:23]
7. An Evening With Merrick [9:19]
8. The Bibighar [10:22]
9. Merrick Shows His Colors [13:43]
10. Colin Lindsey [7:38]
11. The Trouble In India [8:33]
12. Daphne Is Missing [3:36]
1. Ghosts In India [9:16]
2. Merrick Investigates [6:39]
3. Kumar's Interrogation [11:45]
4. Life Is An Illusion [16:18]
5. An Englishman [4:47]
6. State Of Grace [2:34]
1. The Silence Of India [8:32]
2. The Laytons [8:17]
3. The Indian National Army [7:40]
4. A Letter From Susan [11:15]
5. Sarah Meets Lady Manners [8:04]
6. Barbara's Secret [7:04]
Disc #2 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 2
1. A New Best Man [10:01]
2. Ahmed Kasim [12:49]
3. A Stone Is Thrown [10:12]
4. The Wedding Bride [8:50]
5. A Man Of Detail [6:28]
6. An Apology [3:29]
1. Hiding Prejudice [10:30]
2. Nigel Rowan [12:08]
3. A Charade [7:20]
4. Susan's Birthday Party [9:56]
5. Terrible News [6:54]
6. A Family Grieves [4:30]
1. We Shall All Be Changed [4:28]
2. A Life Like Theirs [14:07]
3. Sarah Visits Merrick [5:42]
4. The Old Mystique [9:36]
5. A Symbolic Act [10:17]
6. An Evening Out [6:43]
1. Annoying Questions [7:04]
2. An Appointment [8:16]
3. I Gave To the Indians [6:07]
4. No Pain At All [13:48]
5. Mabel's Last Wishes [10:06]
6. Sarah Travels Home [5:58]
Disc #3 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 3
1. The Train Home [10:10]
2. Terms Of Release [7:06]
3. Unnatural Affection [13:19]
4. The Scorpion [6:57]
5. A Letter For Merrick [6:20]
6. Ring Of Fire [7:48]
1. Exceptional Circumstances [7:06]
2. A Vistit To Captain Coley [5:29]
3. Rose Cottage [9:12]
4. Barbara's Sick Bed [10:32]
5. There Is No God [13:19]
6. Tower Of Silence [6:26]
1. The Interrogation [8:33]
2. The Officer Isn't Well [12:08]
3. Mysteries Of the Orient [7:22]
4. An Acquired Taste [4:04]
5. A Near Tragedy [6:26]
6. Supper With Miss Layton [13:59]
1. Breakfast On the Train [7:54]
2. Layton's Return [13:08]
3. Merrick On Board [11:43]
4. Me Tarzan, You Jane [9:13]
5. Meeting With Kasim [4:21]
6. Butterflies In a Web [5:11]
Disc #4 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 4
1. Merrick Departs [6:44]
2. Operation Zipper [10:10]
3. Mrs. Bingham [12:19]
4. A Divided India [6:48]
5. Sarah and Guy Reunite [11:51]
6. Perron Departs [3:41]
1. Merrick's Funeral [8:25]
2. Nigel's Bungalow [9:05]
3. A Clot Of Blood [10:34]
4. Something Of Old India [:00]
5. Merrick's Death [11:19]
6. Philoktetes [9:42]
1. The Real Merrick [9:42]
2. The Phantom Stone [8:05]
3. Leaving Mirat [12:47]
4. A Senseless Mess [12:42]
5. Seeking Kumar [4:29]
6. Destiny [3:15]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 1
   Crossing the River
   The Bibighar Gardens
   Questions of Loyalty
   Scene Selection
      Crossing the River
      The Bibighar Gardens
      Questions of Loyalty
Disc #2 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 2
   Incidents At a Wedding
   The Regimental Silver
   Ordeal By Fire
   Daughters Of the Regiment
   Scene Selection
      Incidents At a Wedding
      The Regimental Silver
      Ordeal By Fire
      Daughters Of the Regiment
Disc #3 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 3
   Day Of the Scorpion
   The Towers of Silence
   An Evening At the Maharanees
   Traveling Companions
   Scene Selection
      Day Of the Scorpion
      The Towers of Silence
      An Evening At the Maharanees
      Traveling Companions
Disc #4 -- The Jewel in the Crown, Vol. 4
   The Moghul Room
   Pandora's Box
   The Division Of the Spoils
   Scene Selection
      The Moghul Room
      Pandora's Box
      The Division Of the Spoils
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    engrossing

    One of the most interesting mini series I have even seen, I couldn't wait for the next segment. I watched it all in one day in 1984 on A&E. Going to buy the Dvd.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Film - Poor Video and Sound Transfer onto DVD

    I saw Jewel on PBS in the mid-80s and loved it, so much so that I bought it in DVD to see once again. The story and production, as before, were wonderful, but the video transfer onto DVD was something this side of terrible as was the sound quality. The picture is overly grainy, especially during darker scenes, and the dialogue is at times very difficult to understand. Until the DVD is redone to improve its video and sound quality, I cannot recommend it.

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