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Sense and Sensibility

Cast
Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, James Fleet, Tom Wilkinson, Harriet Walter, Gemma Jones, Emilie François, Elizabeth Spriggs, Robert Hardy, Ian Brimble, Greg Wise, Imelda Staunton, Imogen Stubbs, Hugh Laurie
Released
1995
ethyl alcohol-powdered opium
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Gentleman Edward Ferrars tells his sister Fanny Dashwood, "My dear Fanny, they’ve just lost their father." (0:10)

Fanny’s sister-in-law Elinor Dashood tells her sister Marianne, referring to Fanny’s brother Edward, "It was you who asked him to read, then you made him nervous." (0:20)

Fanny tells her mother-in-law, referring to Edward, "I’m worried for him so, Mrs. Dashwood..." (0:23)

Charlotte Palmer tells the others, referring to her husband, "He said it was quite shocking." (0:55)

Elinor tells her sister Marianne, "You’re making me nervous." (1:13)

Lucy Steele tells Elinor, "Miss Dashwood, I declare I shall faint clean away." (1:18)

Marianne tells Lucy, "... Edward is the most incapable of being selfish of anyone I ever saw." (1:37)

Mrs. Jennings tells Elinor and Marianne, referring to Fanny and Lucy, "Your sister-in-law scolded her like a fury, drove her to hysteria." (1:40)

Charlotte’s husband tells Elinor, "Don’t worry, Miss Dashwood." (1:51)

Colonel Brandon asks Dr. Harris, referring to Marianne, "What is the diagnosis?" (1:53)

Brandon tells Elinor, "Give me an occupation, Miss Dashwood, or I shall run mad." (1:55)

Dr. Harris tells Elinor, "I must fetch more laudanum." (1:55)

Servant Thomas tells Mrs. Dashwood, referring to Mrs. Braintree, "... she told me that Miss Pothington has had another stroke and she has no sense of feeling, and that Miss Murden has been obliged to turn away Coles for his drunkenness." (2:03)