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The Railway Children Return Cast

Jenny Agutter will reprise her role as Bobbie Waterbury, the role that catapulted her to fame when she was only 18 years old. Jenny's career, at 68 years old, has flourished in the decades afterwards. She has been nominated for a BAFTA and an Emmy and has acted as Sister Julienne in the popular BBC drama Call The Midwife for the previous nine years.

Version 2000 [edit]

ITV produced a fresh rendition as a made-for-television film in October 1999. Jenny Agutter took on the role of the mother this time. Jemima Rooper, Jack Blumenau, and JJ Feild all appear in the film. The Bluebell Railway was shot utilizing many of the railway's steam engines and rolling equipment, as well as NBR C Class 060 "Maude" from the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway.

As the title implies, this novel is a sequel to 'The Railway Children'. While it is not required to have read the first to appreciate this one, it does help set the scene and familiarize you with the characters from the start. As I recall them, the 'old' Railway Children are now grownups who have gone on and done other things. This book delves into the lives of individuals who are related to them, mostly the offspring of the characters we know and love, but with a few surprises tossed in for good measure. As the title implies, this novel is a sequel to 'The Railway Children'. While it is not required to have read the first to appreciate this one, it does help set the scene and familiarize you with the characters from the start. As I recall them, the 'old' Railway Children are now grownups who have gone on and done other things. This book delves into the lives of individuals who are related to them, mostly the offspring of the characters we know and love, but with a few surprises tossed in for good measure.

Johnny Douglas's (Run Like a Thief, Bikini Paradise) music score provides subtle beauty and elegance as well. The score is emotionally charged and powerful (as needed). The music establishes the tone and works nicely with the movie. Douglas has made an outstanding effort. The Railway Children, edited by Teddy Darvas (The Man Who Haunted Himself, The Assassination Bureau), is surely well-paced. The film's flow is flawless. The picture does not seem to be too lengthy or oppressive. The edit is flowing and contributes to the story's effectiveness. Daryas made an admirable attempt.

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