Anthony Andrews as Sebastian Flyte IN "Brideshead Revisited" 1981 a British television serial produced by Granada Television for broadcast by the ITV network.

Entryway at Castle Howard, setting for "Brideshead Revisited" TV mini series.

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh. Charles Ryder, Aloysius the teddy bear and Lord Sebastian Flyte.

"Brideshead Revisited" 1981 British television serial produced by Granada Television for broadcast by the ITV network. Jeremy Irons as Charles Ryder and Anthony Andrews as Sebastian Flyte

Jeremy Irons and Anthony Andrews in Brideshead Revisited (1981)

the photography filter! - Milly Ma Jeremy Irons and Anthony Andrews in Brideshead Revisited 1981

Julia Flyte's average day in Venice

Brideshead Revisited gets an Italian touch

Japanese embroidery dress - fashion - Brideshead Revisted, 2008 - Costume design by Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh

Brideshead Revisited 2008 melancholy as many yesteryear romance romps are, but the original television series is heartbreaking in all its glorious beauty. Brideshead Revisited reminds me of Upstairs Downstairs, cohesive film, dastardly gut wrenching

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Brideshead Revisited Motion picture starring Emma Thompson, Michael Gambon, Gretta Sacchi, Jonathan Cake and Patrick Malahide. Brideshead Revisited spans decades and continents, it's a taut film that never drags and can excite contemporary audiences.

"Brideshead Revisited" by Evelyn Waugh - an excellent classic made into a television mini-series

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Temple of the Four Winds, Castle Howard

Temple of the Four Winds, Castle Howard Castle Howard, the home of the Howard family for over 300 years, may be best known as the filming location for the series Brideshead Revisited. This is a small “temple” at the far end of the extensive grounds.

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Dawn at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, England. For over 300 years this has been the private residence of the Howard family.

A boater hat (as seen on the gentleman in the middle), is excellent when going out to sail or spend time out on the sea.

Check out the colours the main guy is wearing! 2008 brideshead revisited - Movies set in the

Made for Each Other: Literature's 25 Most Memorable Love Affairs   Charles and Sebastian, Brideshead Revisited   It’s hard to read Waugh’s classic and not pick up on some very subtle overtones that Charles and Sebastian might have deeper feelings for each other than the writer is willing to come right out and say. And the fact that he doesn’t makes this love story all the more powerful.

Made for Each Other: Literature’s 25 Most Memorable Love Affairs

Brideshead Revisited // Evelyn Waugh // Penguin // 1985 // cover design Peter Bentley found this edition on an honesty table in thorpeness. i love it when a cover holds a happy memory.

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