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The Thorn Birds (27-Mar-1983)

Director: Daryl Duke

Writers: Carmen Culver; Lee Stanley

From novel: The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough

Keywords: Romantic Drama

TV miniseries in 4 parts.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Antoinette Bower
Actor
30-Sep-1932   Fox Devlin on Neon Rider
Bryan Brown
Actor
23-Jun-1947   Cocktail
Richard Chamberlain
Actor
31-Mar-1935   Dr. Kildare and Shogun
Barry Corbin
Actor
16-Oct-1940   Maurice Minnifield on Northern Exposure
Brett Cullen
Actor
26-Aug-1956   Dan Fixx on Falcon Crest
John de Lancie
Actor
20-Mar-1948   Q on Star Trek: TNG
Earl Holliman
Actor
11-Sep-1928   The Rainmaker
Ken Howard
Actor
28-Mar-1944   The White Shadow
Richard Kiley
Actor
31-Mar-1922 5-Mar-1999 Man of La Mancha
Piper Laurie
Actor
22-Jan-1932   Catherine Packard in Twin Peaks
Allyn Ann McLerie
Actor
1-Dec-1926   They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
Christopher Plummer
Actor
13-Dec-1929   A Beautiful Mind
Jean Simmons
Actor
31-Jan-1929 22-Jan-2010 Guys and Dolls
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity
Rachel Ward
Actor
12-Sep-1957   The Thorn Birds
Mare Winningham
Actor
16-May-1959   Georgia

REVIEWS

Review by Jade De Rhiannon (posted on 30-Aug-2005)

This was an amazing television series. I saw it once when I got it, and didn't even stop for sleep it was so good. The Thorn Birds is the story of a priest who is transferred to the outback of Australia, and how he looks after a lovely little girl and watches her grow from a little girl into a beautiful young woman. They fall in love, and even though it was against the rules, their love flourished. This is the story of love, pain, and the choices we make in our lives.


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