The actress for Catherine ruined this adaptation forever. She was a horrible actress especially when she found out her father passed away. She was supposedly so overwhelmed with grief she threw her deceased father out of the rocking chair. Horrible! Heathcliff was cute though.
I liked this movie. It followed the script. well acted. No violent for children.
This is in b&w (the dustjacket is deceiving), so your only sense (your sensibilities will _certainly_ be assaulted ) organs that will be assaulted are your ears ... by the howling of the wind and the women. It could be that they decided to film in black & white in 1966, cuz they thought that that would smooth out enough blemishes to make this movie palatable. It doesn't and it isn't.
Although I was initially excited to watch Iain McShane, this version was awful. The acting was terrible; rediculously overacted by all ... equally. Black and white, not colour. It appears to be a 3-act play instead of a movie but its shot on location ... I didn't finish watching it.
While this adaptation of _Wuthering Heights_ is not my favorite, it's still worth watching. It's very faithful to the book and the actors are great.
thunderstorming. a classic love story that lasts a whole life and finds peace only in the end.
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