Princess Alexandra, a cousin of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, met the stars of the film "Wuthering Heights" at a Royal Premiere in London tonight (Wednesday).
GV EXT. ABC TWO theatre Shaftsbury Avenue, London, ZOOM IN TO SVs illuminated sign & poster "Wuthering Heights" (2 shots)
CU Miss Marshall PAN TO Miss Cornwell, ZOOM BACK TO GV R. Fust director & T. Dalton.
CU Miss Marshall & Dalton pose for photographers
MV Princess Alexandra shaking hands with Miss Marshall & Dalton
MV & SV Excerpt from film Miss Marshall & Dalton (2 shots)
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Background: Princess Alexandra, a cousin of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, met the stars of the film "Wuthering Heights" at a Royal Premiere in London tonight (Wednesday). This was the second screen adaptation of Emily Bronte's famous novel of an English family.
The money raised by the premiere went to the National Association of Youth Clubs and the Variety Club, a charity for children.
The critics gave the film a good reception.
SYNOPSIS: A Royal premiere was held in London on Wednesday night of a new screen version of Emily Bronte's novel, "Wuthering Heights". Several of the stars of the film, including Anna Calder-Marshall, attended the Premiere in London's West End.
Miss Marshall played the part of Cathy, the heroine of the film. The critics praised her acting of the difficult role.
Letter she was presented to Princess Alexandra, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth, at the premiere. So too was Timoty Dalton who played the leading role of Heathcliff, in the story of love, hate and jealousy in an English family.
Here is an excerpt from the film...