Nicholas Nickleby (1957– )
In which the world of Ralph Nickleby collapses about his ears; and in which there is happiness in store not only for the young people, but for a couple of not-so-young people as well.

Director:

Eric Tayler

Writers:

Charles Dickens (novel), Vincent Tilsley (adaptation)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Barry Foster ... Frank Cheeryble
Rosamund Greenwood Rosamund Greenwood ... Miss La Creevy
Jane Henderson Jane Henderson ... Mrs. Snawley
George Howe George Howe ... Mr. Charles Cheeryble
Roddy Hughes ... Mr. Ned Cheeryble
Anthony Jacobs Anthony Jacobs ... Arthur Gride
Lyn James ... Madeline Bray (as Marilyn James)
Fred Johnson ... Mr. Brooker
Malcolm Keen ... Ralph Nickleby
Esmond Knight ... Wackford Squeers. Sr
Gillian Lind ... Mrs. Nickleby
Bartlett Mullins Bartlett Mullins ... Tim Linkinwater
William Russell ... Nicholas Nickleby
Jennifer Wilson Jennifer Wilson ... Kate Nickleby
Richard Wordsworth ... Newman Noggs
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In which the world of Ralph Nickleby collapses about his ears; and in which there is happiness in store not only for the young people, but for a couple of not-so-young people as well.

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Genres:

Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 December 1957 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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