Jude the Obscure

Jude the Obscure

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Overview

Jude the Obscure

This six-episode British TV adaptation of the classic Thomas Hardy novel finds Robert Powell as the title character, whose aspirations toward the priesthood are undone by his love for the licentious Sue Bridehead (Fiona Walker).

Product Details

Release Date: 08/08/2006
UPC: 0741952635994
Original Release: 1971
Source: Koch Vision
Time: 4:30:00

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Jude the Obscure: Disc 1
1. Rough Lesson [4:29]
2. What to Do? [3:49]
3. Stonemason [1:45]
4. Tomorrow Then [4:24]
5. Latin for Kiss [3:47]
6. I'm for Christminster [2:45]
7. Informality [5:45]
8. Tricked [5:27]
9. You've Got Me [9:20]
10. Made My Bed [1:48]
1. Off to Christminster [5:03]
2. I Must Do [3:48]
3. Cousin Sue [2:39]
4. Duty as Cousins [8:07]
5. Into Your Hands [7:50]
6. Passing Cloud [2:12]
7. Formal Approach [3:25]
8. Not a Schoolboy [3:28]
9. Better Prospects [2:50]
10. Rejected [4:09]
1. Pray for Him [5:53]
2. How Modern [2:15]
3. Unoconventional [8:14]
4. Excursion [3:18]
5. Contagious [2:20]
6. Escape [5:31]
7. The Fairest [5:57]
8. Telegraph [1:28]
9. Week's Notice [3:29]
10. Bella's Back [5:18]
Disc #2 -- Jude the Obscure: Disc 2
1. Too Old [4:06]
2. Married [7:09]
3. Wedding Gift [3:35]
4. First Night [2:27]
5. No True Marriage [1:50]
6. Let Me Go [3:08]
7. She's Gone [2:29]
8. Stay Here [5:51]
9. Confession [4:08]
10. Idle Talk [8:59]
1. Free Forever [5:41]
2. Too Little [4:02]
3. Mrs. Cartlett [3:34]
4. That Woman [4:48]
5. You'll Learn [2:47]
6. Mother? [3:24]
7. Married at Last [4:10]
8. Frightened [6:16]
9. Awkwardness [3:18]
10. Gypsy Life [5:44]
1. Mine [5:59]
2. Procession [2:39]
3. Humiliation Day [3:11]
4. Curious Dread [1:35]
5. Too Many [4:14]
6. Burden [3:53]
7. Judgement [5:24]
8. Separated [3:57]
9. Write for Me [4:12]
10. Old Story [8:19]

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Jude the Obscure 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After reading Thomas Hardy's gripping novel, I was eager to find an adaptation on film. This series from the BBC, though very truthful to the book, was not well done. The actors in this film seem to think they're in the theatre and not on television. It is horribly overacted and melodramatic almost to the point of being comical. Robert Powell delivers every line as if he's in pain. Araebella is definitely very early 70s "camp" and worth a laugh. Again, the main redeeming factor is that the story closely follows the novel.