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Cadfael. Set 3 [videorecording] / Carlton UK Productions, a Central Programme for ITV ; producer, Stephen Smallwood ; screenplay writers, Christopher Russell, Simon Burke ; directors, Rick Stroud, Ken Grieve.

Contributor(s): Smallwood, Stephen | Russell, Christopher, 1947- | Burke, Simon, 1961- | Stroud, Rick | Grieve, Ken | Jacobi, Derek | Culver, Michael | Firth, Julian | Hardiman, Terrence | Miller, Tony, 1964- | Lee, Jonathan | McCoan, Jamie | McClelland, Andrew John | Towns, Colin | Hruby, Maria | Spriggs, Austen | Peters, Ellis, 1913-1995 | Carlton Television | ITV (Firm) | Acorn Media (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Silver Spring, MD : Distributed by Acorn Media, c2010Description: 3 videodiscs (228 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 9781598284843 :; 1598284843 :.Other title: Cadfael 3 | Derek Jacobi is Cadfael.Uniform titles: Mystery! (Television program) | Cadfael (Television program) Subject(s): Shrewsbury (England) -- 12th century -- Drama | Monks -- 12th century -- Drama | Cadfael, Brother (Fictitious character) -- Drama | Monasteries -- England -- Shrewsbury -- 12th century -- DramaGenre/Form: Video recordings for the hearing impaired.Also issued on VHS.
Contents:
A morbid taste for bones (1997 ; 75 min.) -- The raven in the forgate (1996 ; 76 min.) -- The rose rent (1996 ; 75 min.).
Production Credits: Director of photography, Tony Miller ; art director, Jonathan Lee ; editors, Jamie McCoan, Andrew McClelland ; music composer, Colin Towns ; costume designer, Maria Hruby ; production designer, Austen Spriggs.
Cast: Derek Jacobi, Michael Culver, Julian Firth, Terrence Hardiman.Summary: A morbid taste for bones: When a young monk claims to see visions of St. Winifred, Cadfael and a party from Shrewsbury Abbey trek to Wales to excavate her holy relics and are met with much hostility.Summary: The raven in the foregate: Father Ailnoth, the new parish priest earns the scorn of all his parishioners. After refusing to baptise the illegitimate baby of a local woman, the priest is found dead in the river.Summary: The rose rent: A beautiful and wealthy young widow donates the house she shared with her beloved husband to Shrewsbury Abbey, asking only for the annual rent of one white rose from its garden.
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DVD, Dolby digital stereo., full screen 4:3.

In English; English subtitles.

Title from container.

"As seen on Mystery!"--Container.

Derek Jacobi, Michael Culver, Julian Firth, Terrence Hardiman.

Director of photography, Tony Miller ; art director, Jonathan Lee ; editors, Jamie McCoan, Andrew McClelland ; music composer, Colin Towns ; costume designer, Maria Hruby ; production designer, Austen Spriggs.

Based on the books by Ellis Peters.

MPAA rating: Not rated.

Also issued on VHS.

A morbid taste for bones: When a young monk claims to see visions of St. Winifred, Cadfael and a party from Shrewsbury Abbey trek to Wales to excavate her holy relics and are met with much hostility.

The raven in the foregate: Father Ailnoth, the new parish priest earns the scorn of all his parishioners. After refusing to baptise the illegitimate baby of a local woman, the priest is found dead in the river.

The rose rent: A beautiful and wealthy young widow donates the house she shared with her beloved husband to Shrewsbury Abbey, asking only for the annual rent of one white rose from its garden.

Special features: interactive menus; scene index; exclusive audio comments by Derek Jacobi; Ellis Peters materials; production scrapbooks.

A morbid taste for bones (1997 ; 75 min.) -- The raven in the forgate (1996 ; 76 min.) -- The rose rent (1996 ; 75 min.).

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