David Copperfield (1966 TV serial)
|Directed by||Joan Craft|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||25 minutes|
|Original channel||BBC One|
|Original run||16 January 1966– 10 April 1966|
David Copperfield is a BBC television serial starring Ian McKellen in the title role of the adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel that began airing in January 1966. It also featured Tina Packer as Dora, Flora Robson as Betsey Trotwood, Gordon Gostelow as Barkis, and Christopher Guard as young David. The screenplay adaptation was written by Vincent Tilsley.
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- David Copperfield (1966) at the Internet Movie Database
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