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Catherine Cookson's The Black Candle

Catherine Cookson's The Black Candle ★★½ 1992

Mill owner is caught up in a murder case that involves the father of her child, her husband (not the same guy), her husband's brother, and many aristocratic machinations. Well-done story boasts an excellent cast. Based on the novel by Catherine Cookson; made for British TV. 103m/C VHS, DVD . GB Nathaniel Parker, James Gaddas, Bob Smeaton, Brian Hogg, Cathy Sandford, Samantha Bond, Tara Fitzgerald, Denholm Elliott; D: Roy Battersby; W: Gordon Hann; C: Ken Morgan; M: Dominic Muldowney. TV

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