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Great Expectations

(1946) Not Yet Rated 118min.
 
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Immediately grabbing the audience's attention with a heart-stopping opening scene in a dark graveyard, acclaimed British director David Lean realizes the cinematic potential of Charles Dickens' classic 1861 novel, and the result is considered by many ... Read More
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Estella/Her Mother
Abel Magwitch
Herbert Pocket
Estella as a girl
Wemmick
Mrs. Joe
Joe Gargery
Miss Havisham
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