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-English, French and Spanish Language Tracks
Filmed amidst the spectacular scenery of Prince Edward Island, these Emmy Award-winning productions span two decades, from Anne's struggles as an orphan in a small maritime community, to her triumphs as a young teacher and as a volunteer searching for her husband on the battlefields of Europe. A delicate, moving epic full of wit, style and emotional power.
Starring: Megan Follows, Jonathan Crombie, Colleen Dewhurst, Richard Farnsworth, Cameron Daddo, Patricia Hamilton, Frank Converse, Dame Wendy Hiller
Film, Series, or Collection: Anne of Green Gables
Release Date: 2006
Runtime: 700 minutes
Formats: Standard DVD, Box Set
Genres: Drama, Kids & Family
This complete collection offers a total of 18 hours of viewing for the entire family 3 mini-series/5 discs in nova pack
All 3 classic films contain:
Full-length Audio Commentary Tracks by Directors Kevin Sullivan and Stefan Scaini and Editor Mairin Wilkinson
Digitally Restored Picture
English, French & Spanish Audio Tracks
Beautiful Interactive Menus
One hour of two breathtaking Documentaries: "L.M. Montgomery's Island" and "Kevin Sullivan’s Classic".
Cast and Crew interviews
WWI Historical Commentary by Kevin Sullivan
The Missing Episode "Marilla Cuthbert's Death"
Anne of Green Gables: 20th Anniversary Three-Part Collector's Edition DVD (2006)
My husband ordered this for me for my birthday!! I loved the sweet birthday card that he was allowed to add his own words to !! Beautiful picture quality. Great sound quality. My family and I love this collection! We have watched this many times since receiving it !! It also came in before the expected arrival date!!
Just what my daughter wanted. She is delighted! Thanks for the quick shipping.
DVDS came in great shape, i'm so glad to finally have this show again. Thank you!
I watched with rapt attention as a child when “Anne” was on PBS in the United States and even with that memory I had forgotten how good the series really is