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Secret Orchards

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Genre  Drama
Directed by  Richard Loncraine
Original language(s)  English
Director  Richard Loncraine
Screenplay  William Trevor
Written by  William Trevor
Country of origin  England
Initial release  1979
First episode date  1979
Starring  Freddie Jones Judy Parfitt
Story by  J. R. Ackerley, Diana Petre
Cast  Judy Parfitt, Phoebe Nicholls, Sophie Thompson, Freddie Jones, Garry Cooper
Similar  Blade on the Feather, Wide‑Eyed and Legless, Bellman and True, Element of Doubt, The Missionary

Secret Orchards is a 1979 made-for-TV movie directed by Richard Loncraine. The film is based on the memoirs My Father and Myself (1968) by J. R. Ackerley and his half-sister Diana Petre's Secret Orchard (1975). Their father, Roger Ackerley, had had two families for more than 20 years. He married J. R. Ackerley's mother years after their three children were born, as well as after his three daughters with Muriel Perry (including Sally Grosvenor, Duchess of Westminster) were born.


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