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Emma


Emma Approved
(2014)

E EAFind it on YouTube
Director: Bernie Su
Writers: Tracy Bitterolf, Tamara Krinsky, Bernie Su, et al.

Cast
Emma Woodhouse - Joanna Sotomura
Alex Knightley - Brent Bailey
Harriet Smith - Dayeanne Hutton
Bobby Martin - James Brent Isaacs
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Aisha (2010)

E AishaStudio/Network: Anil Kapoor Film Company, PVR Pictures
Director: Rajshree Ojha
Screenplay by: Devika Bhagat
Soundtrack: Available

Cast
Aisha Kapoor - Sonam Kapoor
Arhun Burman - Abhay Deol
Pinky Bose - Ira Dubey
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Emma (2009)

E garaiStudio/Network: BBC
Director: Jim O’Hanlon
Screenplay by: Sandy Welch
Soundtrack: Available

Cast 
Emma Woodhouse - Romala Garai
Mr. Knightley - Jonny Lee Miller
Mr. Woodhouse - Michael Gambon
Harriet Smith - Louise Dylan
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Emma (1996)

E KateStudio/Network: Meridian Broadcasting, A&E
Director: Diarmuid Lawrence
Screenplay by: Andrew Davies

Cast
Emma Woodhouse - Kate Beckinsale
Mr. Knightley - Mark Strong
Harriet Smith - Samantha Morton
Jane Fairfax - Olivia Williams
Frank Churchill - Raymond Coulthard
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Emma (1996)

E PaltrowStudio/Network: Miramax Films
Director: Douglas McGrath
Screenplay by: Douglas McGrath
Soundtrack: Available

Cast
Emma Woodhouse - Gwyneth Paltrow
Harriet Smith - Toni Collette
Mr. Knightley - Jermey Northam
Jane Fairfax - Polly Walker
Frank Churchill - Ewan McGregor
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Clueless (1995)

E CluelessStudio/Network: Paramount Pictures
Director: Amy Heckerling
Screenplay by: Amy Heckerling
Soundtrack: Available

Cast
Cher - Alicia Silverstone
Josh - Paul Rudd
Elton - Jeremy Sisto
Mel Hamilton - Dan Hedaya
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Emma (1972)

E 1972Studio/Network: BBC
Director: John Glenister
Screenplay by: Denis Constanduros

Cast
Emma Woodhouse - Doran Godwin
Mr. Knightley - John Carson
Harriet Smith - Debbie Bowen
Frank Churchill - Robert East
Jane Fairfax - Ania Marson
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Further Reading


“. . . from politics, it was an easy step to silence.”

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