Films starring Dorothy Tutin

The Importance of Being Earnest (1952)

Anthony Asquith, 1952

Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy follows the fortunes of two lovestruck bachelors: the wealthy and eligible Jack Worthing (Michael Redgrave) and Algernon Moncrie... More

£8.99 DVD

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The Beggar's Opera (1952)

Peter Brook, 1952

John Gay's The Beggar's Opera tells the tale of a dandy highwayman, locked up in prison in 18th century London, who decides to write an opera based on his ow... More

£9.99 DVD

Alive and Kicking (Meckler, 1996)

Nancy Meckler, 1996

Tonio (Jason Flemying) is a brilliant dancer whose life is turned upside down when he learns that his ballet company is having to close - and at the same tim... More

£6.99 DVD


Ken Hughes, 1970

England is torn apart by civil war in this classic all star production. More

£6.99 DVD

Jake's Progress

Robin Lefevre, 1995

Mini-series scripted by Alan Bleasdale. Robert Lindsay plays the irresponsible, forever adolescent Jamie, Julie Walters is the harrassed Julie, Dorothy Tutin... More

£12.99 DVD

South Riding (1974)

Alastair Reid, James Ormerod, 1974

Based on Winifred Holtby's popular novel, South Riding was one of the biggest television hits of its year, starring Dorothy Tutin as headmistress Sarah Burto... More

£19.99 DVD

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The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Capon & Glenister, 1970) (Complete)

Naomi Capon, John Glenister, 1970

The BBC's Bafta-winning six-episode dramatization of Henry VIII's relationships with each of his six wives. Each episode is devoted to one wife, and is a com... More

£14.99 DVD