Anne (2017– )
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Anne is allowed to ask her best friend Dianna over for afternoon tea, things start to go wrong when she looks for the Raspberry Cordial.

Director:

Patricia Rozema

Writers:

Moira Walley-Beckett (created by), Lucy Maud Montgomery (novel) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amybeth McNulty ... Anne Shirley
Geraldine James ... Marilla Cuthbert
R.H. Thomson ... Matthew Cuthbert
Dalila Bela ... Diana Barry
Corrine Koslo Corrine Koslo ... Rachel Lynde
Aymeric Jett Montaz ... Jerry Baynard
Lucas Jade Zumann ... Gilbert Blythe
Kyla Matthews ... Ruby Gillis
Miranda McKeon ... Josie Pye
Helen Johns ... Mrs. Eliza Barry
Philip Williams ... Thomas Lynde
Wayne Best ... John Blythe
Ella Jonas Farlinger ... Prissy Andrews
Lia Pappas-Kemps Lia Pappas-Kemps ... Jane Andrews
Christian Martyn ... Billy Andrews
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Anne is allowed to ask her best friend Dianna over for afternoon tea, things start to go wrong when she looks for the Raspberry Cordial.

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Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 April 2017 (Canada) See more »

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In the book, it is only Diana who gets drunk because Anne is so concerned with being a good hostess that she doesn't taste the currant wine that Diana accidentally drinks. See more »

Quotes

Marilla Cuthbert: Anne, you are not dying. You're in your womanly flowering time, and it's perfectly normal.
Anne Shirley: But I'm not ready to be a woman!
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Ahead By A Century
Written and Performed by The Tragically Hip
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Another Wonderful Presentation
29 November 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Anne finished the last episode, returning to school with some respect, with a smile on her face. This one put another roadblock on her way to happiness. This series isn't afraid to show the hard things that went on for an orphan at this period in history. Anne confronts a form of bigotry because she is an amazing intellect, but she is also so clueless. In this episode, she has her first period, and she is frightened to death. The topic is dealt with honestly and carefully and lovingly. This would never have been done on regular network TV. She begins to feel sorry for herself, thinking that she has more troubles than anyone else. Then she finally sees the load that Gilbert must bear. There is a real connection developing. The memorable "Anne of Green Gables" moment in this episode involves her rich friend coming for tea and Anne inadvertently getting her drunk. While it is hilarious, it also leads to a devastating moment. The show just gets better. Also, Matthew, trying to get Anne a dress with puffed sleeves, encounters a first love of his. We also get to know a bit about his relationship with his deceased brother.


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