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I had never read Anne of Green Gables. But I was at a sleepover with my best
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him, I knew 'that's Anne's soulmate'. My heart totally ached for Anne when I
saw Diana making other friends and looking wistfully at 'her bosom
friend...10 out of 10, EXCELLENT..
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Megan Follows IS Anne Shirley & Jonathan Crombie IS Gilbert Blythe
For those of us who have loved L.M. Montgomery's books as both children and
adults every depiction of them is very closely scrutinised. This Kevin
Sullivan production is the only one that has come up to scratch, which isn't
surprising as earlier attempts have failed abysmally (one even had Diana
played by an insipid blonde!).But with faithful scripting, inspired casting,
excellent direction and beautiful camera work, there is simply nothing
negative to be said about this show. Sullivan sticks very closely to the
original book and all the characters, from the central ones right down to
those we hardly ever see, such as silly Ruby Gillis and spiteful Josie Pye,
are superbly and sensitively observed by the actors portraying
I have read and re-read many favourite books but never before have I found
myself imagining the characters as the actors who played them on screen -
especially having read the books at least twice over before seeing any
production of them. The highest complement I can pay to the cast of
Sullivan's "Anne of Green Gables" is that any previous images I might have
had of these much loved characters were wiped out of mind by their wonderful
depictions of them. Richard Farnsworth, Colleen Dewhurst, Schuyler Grant,
Jonathan Crombie and Patricia Hamilton were all brilliant. As for Megan
Follows - well, what can I say? She is a truly wonderful actress (not only
on the strength of this performance) and no one could ever match her
portrayal of Anne Shirley.
One last thing - if there are any fans of "The Kids in the Hall" reading
this watch out for Bruce McCulloch as Fred Wright... you'll fall out of your
chair! (And Dave Foley has a cameo in the sequel)..