Catherine Cookson Boxed Set

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The Black Candle: Catherine Cookson’s story, set in the north of England in the 1880s, follows the fortunes of Bridget Mordaunt, a young woman who inherits a factory from her father and wins respect from the workforce as she turns it into a thriving business. But a dark cloud looms on the horizon as Joe, her respected manager, falls foul of an opportunistic aristocrat, Lionel Filmore, and is wrongly accused of murder. The Black Velvet Gown: This dramatic romance, set in nor… More >>

Catherine Cookson Boxed Set

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5 Comments
  1. The Black velvet gown had good acting. The plot was a little weird. It was a little of a let down.

    The Black Candle had good acting.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. These are good stories, well-acted by British actors whom you will recognize from other British television programs and movies.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. I truly enjoy all of Catherine Cookson’s made for TV movies. The locations, period, costumes and actors make for great entertain, even if somewhat gritty, which could be left out, the stories are excellent
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. This is a very good set and a good buy. There is only one thing wrong with it, just as Pride and Prejudis it is NOT closed captioned which is a MUST in todays world of Baby Boomers who are getting a LITTLE hard of hearing.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. These two movies are dark and unhappy…..not something you want to look at to cheer you up, but they are well done and I guess life did turn out like that in the 19th century UK and those that survived just made the best of a bad situation….but I swear I don’t think this is one I will want to view a second time. Buy the earlier DVDs that have 8 movies on them. They are a much happy view even with the ends in them not all skittles and beer, you won’t lie awake and cry for a fictional character!
    Rating: 4 / 5

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