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The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (1996) Full Movie

The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders
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In her filthy cell in Newgate prison Moll Flanders, dubbed 'the wickedest woman in England' tells her story. Born in the gaol, after her mother is transported Moll is raised by the kindly mayor of Colchester and his wife, whose two sons lust after her. She enjoys sex with handsome Rowland, who teaches her that money talks, but, realizing he only wants her as a mistress, she marries his duller brother Robin, who conveniently dies after five years, leaving her wealthy. She goes to London, briefly meeting highwayman Jemmy Seagrove, and marries parvenu draper Daniel Dawkins, but he has huge debts and must flee to France, leaving Moll alone and poor. Moll meets handsome young American sea captain Lemuel Golightly, who marries her and takes her to Virginia and a good life style, along with his mother. They have two children and are blissfully happy until Moll discovers her mother-in-law is also her birth mother. She has married her own brother. She returns to England and poses as wealthy ...

TitleThe Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders
Duration108 minutes
Release DateOct 13, 1996
Genres, , ,
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Production Countries
LanguageDeutsch, English
Plot Keywords
James Bowers
Alex Kingston
Moll Flanders
Lucy Evans
Little Moll
Struan Rodger
Mr. Richardson
Peter Jonfield
Parish Officer
Neville Phillips
Maureen O'Brien
Mrs. Richardson
Daniel Craig
James 'Jemmy' Seagrave
Roger Ashton-Griffiths
Gent at Mint
Tom Ward
Diana Rigg
Mrs. Golightly
James Fleet
James Bland
Nicola Walker
Lucy Diver
Christopher Fulford
Daniel Dawkins
Nicola Kingston
Moll's Mother
Kenn McDonald
Mr. Baggot
Andrew Davies
Daniel Defoe
David Attwood
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