Did you know that May is the unofficial month to honor Star Wars? While most of us have said “May the force be with you” at some point, if you are more of a fan of Colin Firth than Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), BritBox and Willow and Thatch have you covered.

Pride and Prejudice, Courtesy of BBC

With a nod to Star Wars month, BritBox, the new British streaming service from BBC and ITV, is taking the opportunity to celebrate the milestones of Colin Firth’s career with a May the Firth Be With You event.

Get it? Of course you do.

Two of the British television shows starring Colin Firth and streaming on BritBox as part of the event are period dramas: Lost Empires and Pride and Prejudice



Lost Empires (1986): In 1913 young Richard Herncastle joins his Uncle Nick’s magic act and is introduced to the enchanted world of the British music hall. Traveling from one city to the next, assisting at conjuring acts and disappearing acts, Richard comes to know romance, politics and high adventure. The next year, in a true and terrifying vanishing act, the guns of August blast away that world forever. 

Lost Empires, Courtesy of Granada Television

The 7-episode television mini-series was adapted from the novel Lost Empires, which was released in conjunction with original telecast. Starring Colin Firth as Richard Herncastle. Sir Laurence Olivier co-stars. 

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Pride and Prejudice (1995): As you know, this irresistible, sophisticated series launched Firth and Jennifer Ehle to international fame and inspired a modern Jane Austen renaissance. 

Pride and Prejudice, Courtesy of BBC

One of the greatest television productions of all time, the landmark adaptation seamlessly translates the wit, romance, and intelligence of Jane Austen’s classic novel to the screen. With a masterful script, and deft direction, Pride And Prejudice transports viewers to Georgian England, where affairs of the heart are an exquisite game, and marriage the ultimate prize. But Elizabeth Bennet – spirited, independent, and one of five unmarried sisters – is determined to play by her own rules and wed for love, not money or privilege. Will her romantic sparring with the mysterious and arrogant Darcy end in misfortune – or will love’s true nature prevail? 

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Below is a full list of period and historical costume dramas starring Colin Firth. Keep reading for the other TV dramas available on BritBox as part of May the Firth Be With You (along with some photos of a young Firth).

 

Period Dramas starring Colin Firth, by release date



Another Country (1984): In the 1930s, upper-class Tommy Judd and Guy Bennett are both nearing the end of their careers at their public school. Another Country was Colin Firth’s feature film debut. It is a screen adaptation of the 1983 London stage production by the same name, which starred Firth as Guy Bennett.

Based on the life of the young Guy Burgess, who would become better known as one of the Cambridge Spies. Colin Firth stars as Tommy Judd.

Another Country, Courtesy Goldcrest Films

Rated PG

Available to stream.


Camille (1984): One of the world’s most famous love stories comes to vibrant life in this lavish production filled with stunning scenery and a once in a lifetime cast.

Camille, Courtesy Hallmark Hall of Fame

Nicknamed “Camille,” the beautiful Marguerite (Greta Scacchi, Brideshead Revisited) sacrifices her honor to become a high society escort who only entertains the richest men in Paris. However, the young and dashing Armand Duval (Colin Firth) falls hopelessly in love with her and determines to win her heart. As their love blossoms, Armand’s father (Ben Kingsley, Gandhi) feels Marguerite is unworthy of his son and begins to interfere… while Marguerite has a shocking secret of her own that will alter the course of their lives forever. Also starring John Gielgud, Denholm Elliott (A Room with a View), and Billie Whitelaw (Quills), this Emmy Award-winning gem is an unforgettable romance for the ages.

Not rated but this is from Hallmark Hall of Fame.

Available on DVD


A Month in the Country (1987): Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh star as two young war-weary veterans who spend a summer month in a peaceful Yorkshire town in order to escape the horrors of war.

A Month in the Country, Courtesy Channel 4 Films

Whilst Tom Birken (Firth) spends his month in the country uncovering and restoring a historical war painting in the local church, another veteran, Charles Moon (Branagh), is looking for the grave of an ancestor of the patroness of the church who fought in the Crusades. But their work at the church takes an explosive turn as one ignites long-denied passion within the Reverand’s young wife, which forces the other veteran to face his own desires.

Rated PG

Available on DVD.


The Secret Garden (1987): Mary Lennox (Gennie James) is a spoiled young British girl orphaned by an Indian epidemic. She is sent to Misselthwaite Manor in Yorkshire to live with a distant relative, Archibald Craven (Derek Jacobi), and there she becomes obsessed with a secret, overgrown garden. With the help of a local boy, Dickon, the garden and everyone around them–including Craven and his frail son, Colin–come to life again. Filmed on location at scenic Highclere Castle in Newbury, this Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic won an Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Program. Colin Firth appears briefly as the adult Colin in this timeless, uplifting story for all ages.

Rated PG

Available on DVD.


Valmont (1989): This delectable thriller stars Colin Firth and Annette Bening as embittered aristocrats who weave a wicked web of cruel intentions and savage seductions. Directed by Oscar® winner Milos Forman, Valmont is a darkly amusing period drama that is simply a piece of high entertainment (The Hollywood Reporter).

Valmont, Courtesy Renn Productions

In 18th-century France, a cruel and calculating playboy, Valmont (Firth), makes a malicious wager with the equally wicked Madame de Merteuil (Bening): Valmont must dishonor the married Madame de Tourvel (Meg Tilly) by sleeping with her. If Valmont succeeds, he gets the privilege of Merteuil’s bed as well. But when Valmont sets out on his task, the unexpected happens…he falls in love with Tourvel! And now Merteuil will stop at nothing to destroy Valmont’s newfound passion.

Rated R

Available on DVD.


Wings of Fame (1990): A notoriously arrogant actor and the man who murdered him arrive at a luxury hotel in the afterlife where recently deceased celebrities stay after their deaths. Set in 1966 and co-starring Peter O’Toole.

Rated R 

Available on VHS.


Mad at the Moon (1992): A young woman on the frontier marries a meek farmer who has an annoying habit of going through a rather drastic change every full moon. Firth has an uncredited role as the barber in this strange movie.

Rated R

Available on VHS.


The Advocate / The Hour of the Pig (1993) BBC: In 15th century France, young lawyer Richard Courtois leaves Paris for the simpler life in the country. However, he is soon drawn into amorous and political intrigues. At the same time, he is pushed to defend a pig, owned by the mysterious Samira. The pig has been arrested for the murder of a young boy. As the public prosecutor says, “Anyone who knows animals knows there are good ones and bad ones.” Based upon the career and case files of Bartholomew Chassenee, an actual lawyer of the time who served as an advocate for animals who were accused of crimes. 

The Advocate, Courtesy BBC

Rated R 

Available on DVD.


Circle of Friends (1995): Three girlhood friends now at college share first loves, first kisses and first betrayals. At the center of it all is the best-looking boy on campus. Can a self-conscious dreamer hook the biggest fish in the pond?

A polished gem from 1995, this disarmingly sweet and dramatically insightful love story provided a charming showcase for Chris O’Donnell and, especially, then-newcomer Minnie Driver, whose performance drew critical raves and boosted her career to Hollywood. Smoothly adapted from the novel by Maeve Binchy and set in Ireland during the 1950s, the story focuses on Benny (Driver), a somewhat plump, plain-looking young woman attending university in Dublin who meets and quickly falls for Jack (O’Donnell), a handsome star of the university’s rugby team who surprisingly reciprocates her glowing admiration. They’re drawn together as soul mates, and their love is dramatically contrasted with a subplot involving Benny’s more conventionally beautiful friend Nan (Saffron Burrows), whose appetite for older men leads her into a misguided and ultimately tragic relationship. A betrayal by Jack sets the stage for potential heartbreak, but director Pat O’Connor prevents these carefully drawn characters from resorting to sappy melodrama. They have lessons to learn about life and love, and Circle of Friends teaches those lessons with grace, humor, and heartfelt sincerity. – Jeff Shannon

Rated PG-13

Available on DVD.


The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd (1995): based on the D.H. Lawrence play, Charles Holroyd is played by Colin Firth.

The 1995 production of The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd is a rare work for television by the highly distinctive theatre and opera director Katie Mitchell. She achieves remarkable performances from her stellar cast, including Zoe Wanamaker, Brenda Bruce, Stephen Dillane and, although his accent is a little wayward at times, Colin Firth. (For fans of Firth trivia, this BBC2 Performance production was shown on the same weekend as BBC1 first screened the episode of Pride and Prejudice in which the actor in his role as Mr Darcy emerges from his swim to surprise Jennifer Ehle’s Miss Bennet.) – Screen Plays

Not rated.

Available on DVD.


The English Patient (1996): At the close of WWII, a young nurse tends to a badly-burned plane crash victim. His past is shown in flashbacks, revealing an involvement in a fateful love affair. Winner of 9 Academy Awards(R) in 1996, including Best Picture, Best Director (Anthony Minghella) and Best Supporting Actress (Juliette Binoche), this powerful motion picture is an experience you will never forget.

The English Patient, Courtesy Miramax

A mysterious stranger (Ralph Fiennes) is cared for by American allies unaware of his dangerous past. Yet, as the mystery of his identity is revealed, an incredible tale of passion, intrigue, and adventure unfolds. Colin Firth stars as Geoffrey Clifton.

Rated R

Available to stream.


Nostromo (1996) BBC: In an unstable South American country, capable Nostromo, a person of trust and a legend among his shipmates, is ordered to secure a shipment of gold and stop any revolutionaries who might try to take it. But even the bravest can be foolish. Four episodes, adapted from the book by Joseph Conrad. Colin Firth plays Charles Gould.

Not rated.

Available on VHS.


Shakespeare in Love (1998): A young Shakespeare, out of ideas and short of cash, meets his ideal woman and is inspired to write one of his most famous plays. Triumphant winner of 7 Academy Awards(R) – including Best Picture –this witty, smash features Oscar(R)-winning Best Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and an amazing cast that includes Academy Award-winners Judi Dench, Geoffrey Rush, and Ben Affleck. Colin Firth plays Lord Wessex.

Shakespeare in Love, Courtesy Miramax

When Will Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) needs passionate inspiration to break a bad case of writer’s block, a secret romance with the beautiful Lady Viola (Paltrow) starts the words flowing like never before. There are just two things he’ll have to learn about his new love: not only is she promised to marry someone else, but she’s successfully impersonating a man in order to play the lead in Will’s latest production. A truly can’t-miss motion picture event with outstanding critical acclaim to match its impressive collection of major awards — everyone will love this funny behind-the-scenes look at the writing of the greatest love story ever told!

Rated R

Available to stream.


My Life So Far (1999): An adventurous boy and his family learn about life and love when his uncle’s fiancee comes to visit. A delightfully charming comedy about the fun and awkwardness of growing up. Set in the late 1920s on an estate in Scotland, the period drama is based on the memoirs of Denis Forman. Colin Firth stars as Edward, the father of the family.

My Life So Far, Courtesy of Miramax

”My Life So Far,” a winsome childhood reverie of family life in Argyll, Scotland, in the late 1920’s, offers such a muted, smoothly textured swatch of British nostalgia that you feel no qualms about languishing in its ”Masterpiece Theater” vision of a safer, saner, more shining past. With its soft-focus portrait of a mildly troubled family viewed through the adoring eyes of a frisky little boy, it suggests Ingmar Bergman’s ”Fanny and Alexander” with all its demons comfortably subdued. – New York Times

Rated PG-13 

Available to stream.


The Turn of the Screw (1999): A governess put in charge of two young children begins to see the ghost of her dead predecessor. Based on the story by Henry James with the screenplay written by Nick Dear (Persuasion) and starring Colin Firth, Pam Ferris and Jodhi May.

Henry James’s classic ghost story of psychological suspense provides the basis for this Masterpiece Theatre presentation. Jodhi May, with her warm and open demeanor, is perfectly cast as “Miss,” the generically named governess at a grand British estate. Her charges are two seemingly angelic little orphans. Miss can’t believe her good fortune at landing such a delightful job. “Am I dreaming?” she asks kindly, corpulent housekeeper Mrs. Grose (Pam Ferris). But dream turns to nightmare as the house’s spectral inhabitants reveal themselves to her. Miss becomes obsessed with protecting her precious “little creatures” from the vile phantasms. The movie is satisfyingly spooky and makes us jump in all the right places. The children, Flora (Grace Robinson) and Miles (Joe Sowerbutts), are genuinely creepy. “When I’m bad, Miss, I really am extremely bad,” asserts little Miles, and we believe him. This provocative adaptation of The Turn of the Screw breathes new life into James’s morbid Victorian obsession with sexuality and morality.  – Laura Mirsky

Shown on PBS Masterpiece.

Not rated. 

Available on DVD.


Relative Values (2000): A comedy of discriminating taste and dirty little secrets. When a movie star and Hollywood diva Miranda Frayle break up, a playboy prince with a stiff upper lip sweeps her off her feet and boldly takes her home to meet his high-class, society-minded mother, who is none-too-pleased at the thought of having a “starlet” in the family. But when the former boyfriend hears about the wedding, he jumps back in the spotlight–and with the help of Miranda’s meddling mother-in-law to be, he may just win her back. Set in 1952 England. Starring Colin Firth as Peter Ingleton.

Relative Values, Courtesy Encore Media Group

Rated PG 

Available on DVD.


The Importance of Being Earnest (2002): In 1890s London, two friends use the same pseudonym for their on-the-sly activities. Based on the Victorian era play The Importance of Being Earnest, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People by Oscar Wilde. 

The Importance of Being Earnest, Courtesy Miramax

The hilarious adventure of two dashing young bachelors and the outrageous deceptions they find themselves in over love! Whenever Worthing (Firth) wants to leave his dull country life behind, he makes visits to the city posing as his fictitious “brother” Ernest. There, he becomes smitten with the ravishing Gwendolen (Frances O’Connor, A.I.). But when Worthing is in town, his playboy pal Algy (Everett) is in the country and falling for Worthing’s young and beautiful ward, Cecily (Witherspoon) — while also impersonating Ernest! Pandemonium ensues when these two would-be Ernests find themselves face-to-face and in the predicament of explaining who they really are! With Judi Dench. 

Rated PG 

Available to stream.


Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003): Delft, Holland, 1665. Seventeen-year-old Griet must work to support her family and becomes a maid in the house of Johannes Verneer, where she gradually attracts the master painter’s attention. Johannes and Griet must hide their inspiration for each other from his volitile wife Catharina. The wealthy and troublemaking Master van Ruijven senses the intimacy between the artist and his maid and contrives a comission for Vemeer to paint Griet alone. The result will be one of the greatest paintings ever created, but at what cost?

Girl with a Pearl Earring, Courtesy Lions Gate Films

Rated PG-13

Available to stream.  


Nanny McPhee (2005): A governess uses magic to rein in the behavior of seven ne’er-do-well children in her charge.

Widower Cedric Brown (Colin Firth) hires Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) to care for his seven rambunctious children, who have chased away all previous nannies. Taunted by Simon and his siblings, Nanny McPhee uses mystical powers to instill discipline. And when the children’s great-aunt and benefactor, Lady Adelaide Stitch (Angela Lansbury), threatens to separate the kids, the family pulls together under the guidance of Nanny McPhee. Set in Victorian England.

Nanny McPhee, Courtesy Universal Pictures

Rated PG

Available to stream.  


The Last Legion (2007): After the fall of Rome, its last emperor (Thomas Sangster), 12-year-old Romulus Augustus, becomes a prisoner on the island of Capri. With the help of his wise teacher Ambrosinus (Ben Kingsley) and his legionnaire Aurelius (Colin Firth), he escapes from Capri. He and his men journey to Britannia to find the fabled Dragon Legion, and the beginning of the Arthurian legend is born.

The Last Legion, Courtesy Quinta Communications

Rated PG-13

Available to stream.  


Easy Virtue (2008): After she wins an auto race in Monaco, vivacious American Larita (Jessica Biel) impulsively marries John Whittaker (Ben Barnes), the son of British aristocrats. Though John’s father (Colin Firth) welcomes Larita, Mrs. Whittaker (Kristin Scott Thomas) and her daughters make it their mission to drive her away from the family fold.

A lighthearted adaptation of a Noel Coward play set in the late 1920s, Easy Virtue stars Jessica Biel as Larita, an adventurous American who marries John, the naive, British heir (Ben Barnes) to a crumbling family estate. Whisked into the less-than-receptive bosom of John’s kin, Larita soon finds herself drawing the scorn of her mother-in-law (Kristin Scott Thomas), who would have preferred John marry a longtime sweetheart from his own genteel community rather than a brash Yankee. Eager to move to London, Larita knows the longer a post-honeymoon John visits his family the harder it will be for the newlyweds to live on their own terms, and she’s right. Giving up on any notion of fitting in, Larita suffers a few embarrassments before fighting back. But nothing can help her once a past scandal encroaches on her dream of happiness.

Easy Virtue, Courtesy Fragile Films

Co-writer and director Stephan Elliott (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) keeps everything breezy and fun, though the clashes between Larita and her malicious mother-in-law are keenly felt. Elliott’s period sensibility is very strong, not least of all his appreciation of John’s father (Colin Firth), a restless intellectual and member of the so-called Lost Generation of World War I veterans. Firth’s performance as a man distanced from his family’s preoccupations and material woes is a real highlight of Easy Virtue. When he dances a tango, late in the story, one can see years of repressed desire erupt in himTom Keogh

Rated PG-13

Available to stream.  


A Single Man (2009): Set in Los Angeles in 1962, at the height of the Cuban missile crisis, it is the story of a British college professor (Colin Firth) who is struggling to find meaning to his life after the death of his long time partner. The story is a romantic tale of love interrupted, the isolation that is an inherent part of the human condition, and, ultimately, the importance of the seemingly smaller moments in life. Based on the novel of the same name by Christopher Isherwood. 

A Single Man, Courtesy Artina Films

2009 Critics’ Choice Awards nominations include Colin Firth (Best Actor), Julianne Moore (Best Actress), Best Screenplay and Best Art Direction. 2010 Golden Globe nominations include Colin Firth (Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama), Julianne Moore (Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture) and Best Original Score – Motion Picture.

Colin Firth gives the performance of a lifetime in A Single Man, a drama directed and adapted for the screen by fashion designer Tom Ford, who clearly has a deft vision and ability in the world of film as well. A Single Man is based on a novel by Christopher Isherwood, and Ford’s–and Firth’s–gift is bringing the inner-turmoil world of the novel to believable, and devastating, life on the screen. Firth may be best known as a dashing romantic-comedy hero, but in A Single Man he demonstrates nuance and depth that will stay with the viewer long after the film is over. – A.T. Hurley

Rated R 

Available to stream.


Dorian Gray (2009): Forever young. Forever cursed. Based on the acclaimed novel by Oscar Wilde.

Upon arriving in London, Dorian Gray (Ben Barnes), immediately befriends Lord Henry Wotton (Colin Firth), a corrupt and calculating aristocrat, who draws him into a world of debauchery and decadence. Desperate to preserve the beauty captured in his exquisite portrait, Dorian trades his soul for eternal youth – leading him down a path of wickedness and murder in order to protect his horrifying secret.

Dorian Gray, Courtesy Fragile Films

Rated R

Available to stream.  


The King’s Speech (2010): England’s Prince Albert (Colin Firth) must ascend the throne as King George VI, but he has a speech impediment. Knowing that the country needs her husband to be able to communicate effectively, Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter) hires Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush), an Australian actor and speech therapist, to help him overcome his stammer. An extraordinary friendship develops between the two men, as Logue uses unconventional means to teach the monarch how to speak with confidence. 

The King's Speech, Courtesy See-Saw Films

Rated R 

Available to stream.

The King’s Speech: Road to the Throne: Stream the behind-the-scenes story of the period drama for free.


Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011): In 1970s England the head of MI6, Control (John Hurt), dispatches an agent (Mark Strong) to meet with a Hungarian general who knows the identity of a Soviet spy in the organization’s ranks. However, the mission goes wrong, and the general dies before he can reveal the information. Undersecretary Oliver Lacon (Simon McBurney) calls veteran agent George Smiley (Gary Oldman) back from forced retirement to ferret out the mole and stop the flow of vital British secrets to the Russians.

Rated R

Available to stream.


The Railway Man (2013): Eric Lomax (Colin Firth), a former British army officer and POW, discovers that the Japanese interpreter who tortured him is still alive. He and his new wife (Nicole Kidman) set out to confront the man who caused him so much pain. Set in the 1980s and in the 1940s.

The Railway Man, Courtesy Lionsgate

A remarkable film in every way, it relates the true story of Eric Lomax, a British soldier captured by the Japanese in the fall of Singapore in 1942 and treated as slave labor in the construction of the notorious “death railway” from Thailand to Burma, who somehow miraculously survived to confront his torturer 40 years later. It’s an inspiring and unforgettable story about cruelty, endurance, courage and making peace with the past. – Observer

Rated R 

Available to stream.


Magic in the Moonlight (2014): In the 1920s, magician Stanley Crawford (Colin Firth) enjoys widespread acclaim as Chinese conjurer Wei Ling Soo, his stage persona. As arrogant as he is talented, Stanley despises claims by phony spiritualists that they can perform real magic. At the behest of his friend, Stanley travels to the Côte d’Azur mansion of the Catledge family to expose a young medium named Sophie (Emma Stone). However, Stanley is left surprised and shaken by evidence that Sophie’s gifts may be real.

Magic in the Moonlight, Courtesy Gravier Films

Rated PG-13

Available to stream.  


Genius (2016): Renowned editor Maxwell Perkins – who discovered F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway (Colin Firth) develops a friendship with author Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law) while working on the writer’s manuscripts.

Genius, Courtesy Riverstone Pictures

Rated PG-13

Available to stream.  


Also see Blackadder Back & Forth (1999) BBC, the sci-fi comedy film based on the BBC period sitcom Blackadder that marks the end of the Blackadder saga, and the Jane Austen / period-inspired Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001). In A Christmas Carol (2009), an animated retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic novel about a Victorian-era miser taken on a journey of self-redemption, courtesy of several mysterious Christmas apparitions, Colin Firth is the voice of Fred. For upcoming period dramas starring Colin Firth, look for him in The Mercy as Yachtsman Donald Crowhurst. The movie follows his disastrous attempt to win the 1968 Golden Globe Race and ends up with him creating an outrageous account of traveling the world alone by sea. Firth plays William Weatherall Wilkins in Mary Poppins Returns, set in Depression-era London. In The Happy Prince he is Reggie Turner, in the untold story of the last days in the tragic times of Oscar Wilde, directed by Rupert Everett.

 

Also part of May the Firth Be With You on BritBox



Born Equal (2006): In this television movie, four characters living in one neighborhood in London – all living dramatically different lives, all of them on the edge – see their stories unfold. Colin Firth stars as Mark.

May the Firth be with You, BritBox

Crown Court (1984): This courtroom drama series has the honor of showcasing Colin Firth’s very first television role. Each case takes three episodes. At the end of the third episode a jury of “ordinary people” comes to a verdict on the evidence presented. Never before seen in the US, the series is set in the fictitious Fulchester Crown Court, and tackles difficult social issues. Colin Firth appears in one episode as PC Franklin. Look how cute he is.

Crown Court, Courtesy BritBox

Dutch Girls (1985): An adolescent British field hockey team from a remote Scottish school goes to Holland, where they find something far more interesting than tulips and windmills – hot, sexy women! They are so busy chasing girls that they forget all about their hockey match. The TV movie stars Colin Firth as Truelove. Good name.

Dutch Girls, Courtesy BritBox

Out of the Blue (1991): Alan (Colin Firth) makes films in the warehouse studio where he lives, with the help of his friends Rudy and Liz. After he falls for Chirsty (Catherine Zeta-Jones) he tries to create the perfect romance between them. Part of the 4th season of the BBC series The Play on One

This picture I have never, ever seen. This was a TV film, rather good one. – Colin Firth

Out of the Blue, Courtesy BritBox

 

FYI BritBox is also streaming a robust lineup of garden programing as part of its all-new May programing that may interest Willow and Thatch readers. You can see it on their website, and the line-up of historical, and costume period dramas available at launch on BritBox here on Willow and Thatch.

If you enjoyed this post you’ll want to wander over to the Period Films List – the best costume and historical period dramas, romantic period movies, all sorted by era and theme. 

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