Anne of Avonlea (1975 film)

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Anne of Avonlea is a film made for television 4-part miniseries, developed in the United Kingdom by the BBC as a sequel to its 1972 Anne of Green Gables miniseries. It is based on Anne of Avonlea, the sequel to Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery.[1] This British version was directed by Joan Craft, with Kim Braden in the role of Anne.[2]



Anne begins a new job as a teacher at the local school. While working there, she continues to pursue her dream of becoming a published writer by winning a baking soda company's essay contest; fends off several suitors; and returns to Green Gables whenever she can to visit her adoptive mother, Marilla.[3]

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