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The Secret Garden (8/9) Movie CLIP - Lord Craven's Discovery (1993) HD
 
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The Secret Garden movie clips: http://j.mp/1ut69r7 BUY THE MOVIE: http://j.mp/VwBnbY Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: In the garden, Lord Archibald Craven (John Lynch) makes a startling discovery concerning his son, Colin (Heydon Prowse), while Mary (Kate Maberly) feels the pangs of abandonment. FILM DESCRIPTION: The 1993 remake of The Secret Garden is a rendition of the classic Frances Hodgon Burnett novel about a young girl (Kate Maberly) who discovers an abandoned garden on her uncle's large Victorian country estate, as well as an invalid cousin she didn't realize she had. With the help of a local boy, the girl sets out to restore the garden and, once it is blooming again, she discovers it has magical powers. CREDITS: TM & © Warner Bros. (1993) Cast: Andrew Knott, John Lynch, Heydon Prowse, Kate Maberly Director: Agnieszka Holland Producers: Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Fuchs, Tom Luddy, Fred Roos, Caroline Thompson Screenwriters: Frances Hodgson Burnett, Caroline Thompson WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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Secret Garden 1994
 
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Another nice movie : Samantha An American Girl 2004 https://youtu.be/lVwDvuUpak0 ((((I don't own this video)))...haven't you found your home...I hope you will......The Secret Garden is a children's novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett first published as a book in 1911.......STORY : At the turn of the 20th century, Mary Lennox is a sickly and unloved 10-year-old girl, born in India to wealthy British parents who never wanted her. She is cared for by servants, who allow her to become a spoiled, aggressive and selfish child. After a cholera epidemic kills her parents and the servants, Mary is discovered alive but alone in the empty house. She briefly lives with an English clergyman and his family before she is sent to Yorkshire, in England, to live with Archibald Craven, an uncle whom she has never met, at his isolated house, Misselthwaite Manor. At first, Mary is as rude and sour as ever. She dislikes her new home, the people living in it, and most of all, the bleak moor on which it sits. However, a good-natured maid named Martha Sowerby tells Mary about the late Mrs Craven, who would spend hours in a privatewalled garden growing roses. Mrs Craven died after an accident in the garden, and the devastated Mr. Craven locked the garden and buried the key. Mary becomes interested in finding the secret garden herself, and her ill manners begin to soften as a result. Soon she comes to enjoy the company of Martha, the gardener Ben Weatherstaff, and a friendlyrobin redbreast. Her health and attitude improve, and she grows stronger as she explores the moor and plays with a skipping rope that Mrs Sowerby buys for her. Mary wonders about both the secret garden and the mysterious cries that echo through the house at night. As Mary explores the gardens, her robin draws her attention to an area of disturbed soil. Here Mary finds the key to the locked garden and eventually the door to the garden itself. She asks Martha for garden tools, which Martha sends with Dickon, her 12-year-old brother. Mary and Dickon take a liking to each other, as Dickon has a kind way with animals and a good nature. Eager to absorb his gardening knowledge, Mary tells him about the secret garden. One night, Mary hears the cries once more and decides to follow them through the house. She finds a boy named Colin living in a hidden bedroom. She soon discovers that they are cousins, Colin being the son of Mr and Mrs Craven, and that he suffers from an unspecified spinal problem. Mary visits him every day that week, distracting him from his troubles with stories of the moor, Dickon and his animals, and the secret garden. Mary finally confides that she has access to the secret garden, and Colin asks to see it. Colin is put into his wheelchair and brought outside into the secret garden. It is the first time he has been outdoors for years. While in the garden, the children are surprised to see Ben Weatherstaff looking over the wall on a ladder. Startled and angry to find the children in the secret garden, he admits that he believed Colin to be a cripple. Colin stands up from his chair and finds that his legs are fine, though weak from long disuse. Colin soon spends every day in the garden, sometimes with Dickon as company. The children conspire to keep Colin's recovering health a secret, so as to surprise his father, who is travelling abroad. As Colin's health improves, his father sees a coinciding increase in spirits, culminating in a dream where his late wife calls to him from inside the garden. When he receives a letter from Mrs Sowerby, he takes the opportunity finally to return home. He walks the outer garden wall in his wife's memory, but hears voices inside, finds the door unlocked, and is shocked to see the garden in full bloom, and his son healthy. The servants watch, stunned, as Mr Craven and Colin walk back to the manor together....source : WIKIPEDIA https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Secret_Garden
The Secret Garden | Learning English through stories
 
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he Secret Garden (1909) is one of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s most popular novels. The book tells the story of Mary Lennox, a spoiled, contrary, solitary child raised in India but sent to live in her uncle’s manor in Yorkshire after her parents' death. She is left to herself by her uncle, Mr. Craven, who travels often to escape the memory of his deceased wife. The only person who has time for Mary is her chambermaid, Martha. It is Martha who tells Mary about Mrs. Craven's walled garden, which has been closed and locked since her death. Mary becomes intrigued by the prospect of the forgotten garden, and her quest to find out the garden's secrets leads her to discover other secrets hidden in the manor. These discoveries combined with the unlikely friendships she makes along the way help Mary come out of her shell and find new fascination with the world around her. "As a child, I loved sitting on my grandfather's lap while he read me stories. I remember most of them even though I am now a grandparent, too! As a child, I was blissfully unaware that, as I listened to the stories, I was also learning new words and ways in which those new words combined to communicate ideas and life lessons. A good story encourages us to turn the next page and read more. We want to find out what happens next and what the main characters do and what they say to each other. We may feel excited, sad, afraid, angry or really happy. This is because the experience of reading or listening to a story is much more likely to make us 'feel' that we are part of the story, too. Just like in our 'real' lives, we might love or hate different characters in the story. Perhaps we recognise ourselves or others in some of them. Perhaps we have similar problems. Because of this natural empathy with the characters, our brains process the reading of stories differently from the way we read factual information. Our brains don't always recognise the difference between an imagined situation and a real one so the characters become 'alive' to us. What they say and do is therefore more meaningful. This is why the words and structures that relate a story's events, descriptions and conversations are processed in this deeper way. In fact, cultures all around the world have always used storytelling to pass knowledge from one generation to another. Our ancestors understood very well that this was the best way to make sure our histories and information about how to relate to others and to our world was not only understood, but remembered too. (Notice that the word 'history' contains the word 'story' – this is not a coincidence!) Encouraging your child to read or listen to stories should therefore help them to learn a second language in a way that is not only fun, but memorable. Let's take a quick look at learning vocabulary within a factual text or within a story. Imagine the readers are eight-year-olds interested in animals. In your opinion, are they more likely to remember AND want to continue reading the first or second text?" (http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/learn...) Enjoy reading aloud this children's book with little girl Clover and find out what your kids can learn from this. Copyright belongs to the authors and publishers. To support the authors and buy the hardcopy, of this children's book, please visit:
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THE SECRET GARDEN - FULL AudioBook by Frances Hodgson Burnett - Dramatic Reading
 
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THE SECRET GARDEN - FULL AudioBook by Frances Hodgson Burnett - Dramatic Reading 🌟SPECIAL OFFER🌟 ► try Audiobooks .com 🎧for FREE! : http://affiliates.audiobooks.com/tracking/scripts/click.php?a_aid=5b8c26085f4b8 ► Shop for books & gifts: https://www.amazon.com/shop/GreatestAudioBooks The Secret Garden is a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It was initially published in serial format starting in the autumn of 1910, and was first published in its entirety in 1911. It is now one of Burnett's most popular novels, and is considered to be a classic of English children's literature. Several stage and film adaptations have been produced. (Summary adapted from wikipedia.org - attribution: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Secret_Garden&action=history) ► Friend Us On FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook.com/GreatestAudioBooks ► Follow Us On TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/GAudioBooks ► SUBSCRIBE to Greatest Audio Books: http://www.youtube.com/GreatestAudioBooks 🌟 Free 30 day Audible Audiobooks Trial: https://amzn.to/2Iu08SE 🌟 BUY T-SHIRTS & MORE: http://bit.ly/1akteBP - READ along by clicking (CC) for Closed Caption Transcript! - LISTEN to the entire audiobook for free! Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Chapter listing and length: 01 - There Is No One Left -- 00:12:26 02 - Mistress Mary Quite Contrary -- 00:15:00 03 - Across the Moor -- 00:08:15 04 - Martha -- 00:30:32 05 - The Cry in the Corridor -- 00:12:33 06 - There Was Someone Crying - There Was! -- 00:12:09 07 - The Key to the Garden -- 00:11:38 08 - The Robin Who Showed the Way -- 00:14:44 09 - The Strangest House Anyone Ever Lived In -- 00:16:37 10 - Dickon -- 00:20:56 11 - The Nest of the Missel Thrush -- 00:13:30 12 - Might I Have a Bit of Earth? -- 00:15:03 13 - I Am Colin -- 00:23:13 14 - A Young Rajah -- 00:20:23 15 - Nest Building -- 00:20:27 16 - I Won't, Said Mary -- 00:12:44 17 - A Tantrum -- 00:13:09 18 - Tha' Munnot Waste No Time -- 00:12:12 19 - It Has Come! -- 00:19:10 20 - I Shall Live Forever - And Ever - And Ever! -- 00:15:31 21 - Ben Weatherstaff -- 00:19:49 22 - When the Sun Went Down -- 00:10:36 23 - Magic -- 00:24:20 24 - Let Them Laugh -- 00:20:57 25 - The Curtain -- 00:12:59 26 - It's Mother! -- 00:17:44 27 - In the Garden -- 00:30:55 THE SECRET GARDEN BY FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT CHAPTER I THERE IS NO ONE LEFT "When Mary Lennox was sent to Misselthwaite Manor to live with her uncle everybody said she was the most disagreeable-looking child ever seen. It was true, too. She had a little thin face and a little thin body, thin light hair and a sour expression. Her hair was yellow, and her face was yellow because she had been born in India and had always been ill in one way or another. Her father had held a position under the English Government and had always been busy and ill himself, and her mother had been a great beauty who cared only to go to parties and amuse herself with gay people. She had not wanted a little girl at all, and when Mary was born she handed her over to the care of an Ayah, who was made to understand that if she wished to please the Mem Sahib she must keep the child out of sight as much as possible.." ...CONTINUED... Total running time: 7:37:32 #‎book‬ ‪#‎audiobook‬ ‪#‎audiobooks‬ ‪#‎greatest‬ ‪#‎best‬ ‪#‎top‬ ‪#‎free‬ ‪#‎freeaudiobooks‬ ‪#thesecretgarden #‎greatestaudiobooks In addition to the readers, this audio book was produced by: Book Coordinator: Elizabeth Klett Dedicated Proof-Listener: Elli Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Elizabeth Klett This video: Copyright 2012. Greatest Audio Books. All Rights Reserved. Audio content is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate and an affiliate with other select companies we earn from qualifying purchases. Your purchases through affiliate links help to generate revenue for this channel. Thank you for your support.
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the secret garden (1993) HD- Kate Maberly
 
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scene from the secret garden - beautifully told story based on the classic story about a lonely orphan girl who goes to live with her uncle in a forbidding British manor house... Director: Agnieszka Holland Stars: Kate Maberly, Maggie Smith, Heydon Prowse
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The Secret Garden by Frances Burnett (Book Summary) - Minute Book Report
 
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This is a quick book summary of The Secret Garden by Frances Burnett. This channel discusses and reviews books, novels, and short stories through drawing...poorly. Transcript: This is a story about a spoiled English girl named Mary who grows up in India with her mother and father. Her parents ignore her, so her Ayah, or nanny, mostly takes care of her. However, cholera begins infecting the people of the house, killing nearly everyone except Mary. Mary is then taken to live with her uncle, Archibald Craven, a lonely man who lives in a large mansion near a moor and travels often. Mary is instructed to stay in her room by the headmistress, Mrs. Medlock. Mary meets Martha, a servant girl with a thick Yorkshire accent. Mary expects that Martha will do everything for her, but Martha tells her that she has to learn to do things by herself. Mary is bored of the mansion since there is no one around. She explores the surrounding gardens and discovers a secret garden with no entrance. She learns that her uncle used to go there often with his wife, but since her death many years ago, he’s locked it up, buried the key, and doesn’t allow anyone to talk about it. Mary befriends a red robin, who leads her to a buried key. Mary and Martha become friends as they learn more about each other. Martha even buys Mary a jump rope as a gift. As Mary is skipping rope, the robin leads her to the hidden door to the secret garden and Mary uses the key to enter the garden. Mary discovers that the garden is wild and unkept, but there are still signs of life. She asks a groundskeeper, Ben Weatherstaff, about tools and gardening practices so she can work in the garden in secret. Mary buys gardening tools through Dickon, Martha’s brother, who loves animals and knows a lot about nature and the moor. Dickon and Mary talk and Mary grows to admire Dickon for his closeness to nature and free spirit. Mary opens up about the secret garden to Dickon and soon they both start working the ground together. One night, Mary hears some crying and she investigates the source. She discovers a young boy named Colin, Mr. Craven’s son and her cousin. Colin is afraid that he’s growing a hump on his back and that he’ll die. And because he’s believed this lie his entire life, he is afraid to go outside and talk to people. Mary and Colin get along and Colin enjoys her company. They talk often, however, Colin gets jealous of Mary spending time with Dickon and they have a fight. Mary leaves upset and later yells at Colin, which gets him to stop feeling sorry for himself. Mary and Dickon plan on taking Colin to the secret garden and Colin grows excited. Colin is wheeled out into the garden and is amazed by the plants and open air. However, Ben sees the children in the garden and yells at them. Colin, being the head of the house, tells Ben that they must not be disturbed in the garden and that Ben must now keep it a secret. Over time, Colin goes to the garden with Mary and Dickon, and he gets stronger and more healthy. He practices walking out of his wheelchair and is excited to show his father when he returns. In the end, Mr. Craven returns home and sees Colin running and healthy. Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Minute-Book-Reports/1148331925195691 Paper by Fifty Three was used to make this video. Music: Malmo Sunrise from the Youtube Audio Library.
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THE SECRET GARDEN BY FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT  // ANIMATED BOOK SUMMARY
 
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Here's the Animation Software I use: http://bit.ly/2V5KD9L ★★★ Description ★★★ A spoiled, selfish, orphaned ten-year-old girl comes to live with relatives in an English country home. She finds another spoiled child there also suffering neglect. Together they discover the healing power of a very special walled garden. Subscribe here to bookmark us! https://goo.gl/QC5rj0 ★ Table of Contents ★ Chapter 01 | 0:03 Chapter 02 | 0:46 Chapter 03 & 04 | 1:01 Chapter 05 & 06 | 1:35 Chapter 07 | 1:54 Chapter 08 | 2:08 Chapter 09 | 2:23 Chapter 10 & 11 | 2:37 Chapter 12 | 3:03 Chapter 13 & 14 | 3:20 Chapter 15 | 4:04 Chapter 16, 17, 18 & 19 | 4:23 Chapter 20 & 21 | 4:40 Chapter 22 | 5:09 Chapter 23, 24, 25 & 26 | 5:23 Chapter 27 | 5:36 ★★Watch the Next Episodes★★ Wuthering Heights: https://goo.gl/4eZBF2 Dracula: https://goo.gl/83QgGU Don Quixote: https://goo.gl/i3NpTP Music ► Dance, Don't Delay by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://www.twinmusicom.org/song/303/dance-dont-delay Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org
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The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) - part 1
 
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http://free-audio-books.info/classics/the-secret-garden-dramatic-reading/ The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849 - 1924) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life in this dramatic reading by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett
The Secret Garden \ Audiobook by Frances Hodgson Burnett
 
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The Secret Garden is a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett first published in book form in 1911 following the publication in 1910 of a serial version in a US magazine. Set in England, it is one of Burnett's most popular novels and is considered a classic of English children's literature. Several stage and film adaptations have been made. The American edition was published by Stokes with illustrations by Maria Louise Kirk (signed as M. L. Kirk) and the British edition by Heinemann with illustrations by Charles Heath Robinson. At the turn of the 20th century, Mary Lennox is a sickly and unloved 10-year-old girl, born in India to wealthy British parents who never wanted her and make an effort to ignore the girl. She is cared for by servants, who allow her to become a spoiled, aggressive, and selfish child. After a cholera epidemic kills her parents and the servants, Mary is discovered alive but alone in the empty house. She briefly lives with an English clergyman and his family in India before she is sent to Yorkshire, in England, to live with Archibald Craven, a wealthy uncle whom she has never met, at his isolated house, Misselthwaite Manor. At first, Mary is as rude and sour as ever. She dislikes her new home, the people living in it, and most of all, the bleak moor on which it sits. However, a good-natured maid named Martha Sowerby tells Mary about the late Mrs Craven, who would spend hours in a private walled garden growing roses. Mrs Craven died after an accident in the garden, and the devastated Mr. Craven locked the garden and buried the key. Mary becomes interested in finding the secret garden herself, and her ill manners begin to soften as a result. Soon she comes to enjoy the company of Martha, the gardener Ben Weatherstaff, and a friendly robin redbreast. Her health and attitude improve, and she grows stronger as she explores the moor and plays with a skipping rope that Mrs Sowerby buys for her. Mary wonders about both the secret garden and the mysterious cries that echo through the house at night. As Mary explores the gardens, her robin draws her attention to an area of disturbed soil. Here Mary finds the key to the locked garden and eventually the door to the garden itself. She asks Martha for garden tools, which Martha sends with Dickon, her 12-year-old brother. Mary and Dickon take a liking to each other, as Dickon has a kind way with animals and a good nature. Eager to absorb his gardening knowledge, Mary tells him about the secret garden. One night, Mary hears the cries once more and decides to follow them through the house. She is startled when she finds a boy her age named Colin, who lives in a hidden bedroom. She soon discovers that they are cousins, Colin being the son of Mr and Mrs Craven, and that he suffers from an unspecified spinal problem which precludes him from walking and causes him to spend most of his time in bed. Mary visits him every day that week, distracting him from his troubles with stories of the moor, Dickon and his animals, and the secret garden. Mary finally confides that she has access to the secret garden, and Colin asks to see it. Colin is put into his wheelchair and brought outside into the secret garden. It is the first time he has been outdoors for years. While in the garden, the children are surprised to see Ben Weatherstaff looking over the wall on a ladder. Startled and angry to find the children in the secret garden, he admits that he believed Colin to be a cripple. Colin stands up from his chair and finds that his legs are fine, though weak from long disuse. Colin and Mary soon spend almost every day in the garden, sometimes with Dickon as company. The children and Ben conspire to keep Colin's recovering health a secret from the other staff, so as to surprise his father, who is travelling abroad. As Colin's health improves, his father sees a coinciding increase in spirits, culminating in a dream where his late wife calls to him from inside the garden. When he receives a letter from Mrs Sowerby, he takes the opportunity finally to return home. He walks the outer garden wall in his wife's memory, but hears voices inside, finds the door unlocked, and is shocked to see the garden in full bloom, and his son healthy, having just won a race against the other two children. The servants watch, stunned, as Mr Craven and Colin walk back to the manor together. Rejuvenation theme The secret garden at Misselthwaite Manor is the site of both the near-destruction and the subsequent regeneration of a family. Another theme is when a thing is neglected it withers and dies, but when it is worked on and cared for it thrives, as Mary and Colin do. Publication history Frontispiece, 1911 The book's working title was Mistress Mary, in reference to the English nursery rhyme Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. Parts of it were written during Burnett's visits to Buile Hill Park, The Secret Garden was first serialised, starting in autumn 1910, in The American Magazine, a p
The Secret Garden 1987. HD Quality
 
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The story is told as a flashback of the adult Mary (Irina Brook) returning to Misselthwaite Manor after World War I, during which she worked as a nurse in a hospital. She looks for the key to the secret garden, but doesn't find it, so she sits down and remembers her childhood. The main story begins in colonial India with the young, neglected, and selfish Mary Lennox (Gennie James) waking in the night to find her servants not answering and her parents having a late dinner party. The dinner guests discuss a cholera epidemic that is infesting the region, but Mary's vain shallow mother cares only about attending another party. Only moments later, Colonel Lennox collapses. The following morning, Mary wakes to find her parents dying and all their servants either dead or fled. She is discovered by English officers and is soon sent to live with a friend of the family named Mr. Craven (Derek Jacobi), even though the two of them have never before met. Mary is sent to Misselthwaite Manor, an isolated home on the moors of Yorkshire. She is shocked and disappointed when the servants do not defer to her as they did in India. While adjusting to life in England, Mary meets the maid Martha (Cassie Stuart) who tells her the story of a secret walled garden that was locked up, with the key thrown away, after the late Mrs. Craven died there. Mary distracts herself from her loneliness and boredom by searching for the door to this garden. Eventually, she finds both door and key, only to learn that the garden has fallen to ruin. With the help of Martha's brother Dickon (Barret Oliver), Mary works to revive the garden. Meanwhile, inside Misselthwaite Manor, Mary frequently wakes in the night to the ghostly sounds of sobbing. The servants insist that the sound is the wind, but one night Mary goes exploring and discovers Mr. Craven's bed-bound son Colin (Jadrien Steele), who weeps incessantly because he is convinced he is going to die. Everyone in the house hates him and hopes he will finally die because of his bad temper. The two gradually become friends as Mary tells him about his mother’s garden and how she and Dickon have been restoring it. At last Colin is curious enough that he demands to see this garden. With Dickon's help, Mary take Colin in his wheelchair to visit the garden in secret. Soon Colin declares that the garden must be magic, which inspires him to take his first steps unassisted. The house gardener Ben Weatherstaff (Michael Hordern), who has been spying on the children, witnesses this and is amazed. Ben offers to help revive the garden as well, and Colin tries to learn to stand and walk by himself. Far away in London, Mr. Craven receives a letter from Dickon's mother Susan insisting he return to Misselthwaite Manor at once. Mr Craven arrives to discover the secret garden in full bloom, with the children gathered there. Colin rises and walks to his father for the first time, announcing that he is well now and will live forever. When the adult Mary finishes remembering her childhood, Ben Weatherstaff greets her and gives her the key to the secret garden. They discuss what happened to Dickon, who died in the war, at the Forest of Argonne. Then the adult Colin (Colin Firth) enters the garden, having been wounded and released from the hospital. He says he has asked Mary to marry him before, but she never answered. She says she has been waiting for him to ask her in their garden. Colin proposes again, and Mary accepts Starting #GennieJames #Barretoliver #jadriensteele #Billiewhitelaw
The Secret Garden 1 | There Is No One Left | Classics | Little Fox | Animated Stories
 
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The Secret Garden 1: There Is No One Left Mary Lennox is a selfish and stubborn child. One day, Mary wakes up and sees there is no one left in the house. Where did everyone go? Adapted from the children's novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden is about a spoiled and sour girl named Mary. When Mary finds a deserted garden, she becomes determined to bring it back to life. Visit https://www.littlefox.com/ for more of our fun animated stories and songs for kids and ESL learners!
The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) - part 2
 
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The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849 - 1924) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life in this dramatic reading by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett
The Secret Garden 1993 ~ Colin Has A Fit
 
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The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) - part 3
 
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The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849 - 1924) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life in this dramatic reading by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett
The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) - part 4
 
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The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849 - 1924) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life in this dramatic reading by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett
Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III Chapter 8 "The Secret Garden"
 
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III The Secret Garden Chapter 8 Mr. Craven comes home While the secret garden was returning to life, a man with high crooked shoulders was wandering round the most beautiful places in Europe. For ten years he had lived this lonely life his heart full of sadness and his head full of dark dreams. Everywhere he went, he carried his unhappiness with him like a black cloud. Other travellers thought he was half mad or a man who could not forget some terrible crime. His name was Archibald Craven. But one day, as he sat by a mountain stream, he actually looked at a flower, and for the first time in ten years he realized how beautiful something living could be. The valley seemed very quiet as he sat there, staring at the Mower. He felt strangely calm. 'What is happening to me?' he whispered. 'I feel different -I almost feel I'm alive again!' At that moment, hundreds of miles away in Yorkshire, Colin was seeing the secret garden for the first time, and saying, 'I'm going to live for ever and ever and ever!' But Mr Craven did not know this. That night, in his hotel room, he slept better than usual. As the weeks passed, he even began to think a little about his home and his son. One evening in late summer, as he was sitting quietly beside a lake, he felt the strange calmness again. He fell asleep, and had a dream that seemed very real. He heard a voice calling him. It was sweet and clear and happy, the voice of his young wife. 'Archie! Archie! Archie!' 'My dear!' He jumped up. 'Where are you?' 'In the garden!' called the beautiful voice. And then the dream ended. In the morning, when he woke, he remembered the dream. 'She says she's in the garden!' he thought. 'But the door's locked and the key's buried.' That morning he received a letter from Susan Sowerby. In it she asked him to come home, but she did not give a reason. Mr Craven thought of his dream, and decided to return to England immediately. On the long journey back to Yorkshire, he was thinking about Colin. 'I wonder how he is! I wanted to forget him, because he makes me think of his mother. He lived, and she died! But perhaps I've been wrong. Susan Sowerby says I should go home, so perhaps she thinks I can help him.' When he arrived home, he found the housekeeper very confused about Colin's health. 'He's very strange, sir,' said Mrs. Medlock. 'He looks better, it's true, but some days he eats nothing at all, and other days he eats just like a healthy boy. He used to scream even at the idea of fresh air, but now he spends all his time outside in his wheelchair, with Miss Mary and Dickon Sowerby. He's in the garden at the moment.' 'In the garden!' repeated Mr. Craven. Those were the words of the dream! He hurried out of the house and towards the place which he had not visited for so long. He found the door with the climbing plant over it, and stood outside, listening, for a moment. 'Surely I can hear voices inside the garden?' he thought. 'Aren't there children whispering, laughing, running in there? Or am I going mad?' And then the moment came, when the children could not stay quiet. There was wild laughing and shouting, and the door was thrown open. A boy ran out, a tall, healthy, handsome boy, straight into the man's arms. Mr. Craven stared into the boy's laughing eyes. 'Who -What? Who?' he cried. Colin had not planned to meet his father like this. But perhaps this was the best way, to come running out with his cousin and his friend. 'Father,' he said, 'I'm Colin. You can't believe it! I can't believe it myself. It was the garden, and Mary and Dickon and the magic, that made me well. We've kept it a secret up to now. Aren't you happy, Father? I'm going to live for ever and ever and ever!' Mr. Craven put his hands on the boy's shoulders. For a moment he could not speak. 'Take me into the garden, my boy,' he said at last, 'and tell me all about it.' And in the secret garden, where the roses were at their best, and the butterflies were flying from flower to flower in the summer sunshine, they told Colin's father their story. Sometimes he laughed and sometimes he cried, but most of the time he just looked, unbelieving, into the handsome face of the son that he had almost forgotten. 'Now,' said Colin at the end, 'it isn't a secret any more. I'll never use the wheelchair again. I'm going to walk back with you, Father - to the house.' And so, that afternoon, Mrs. Medlock, Martha, and the other servants had the greatest shock of their lives. Through the gardens towards the house came Mr Craven, looking happier than they had ever seen him. And by his side, with his shoulders straight, his head held high and a smile on his lips, walked young Colin!
The Secret Garden
 
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Rocky Hill Theatre presents The Secret Garden Ryan Pipke ( Archibald Craven ) Anne Collin ( Lily Craven )
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The Secret Garden - Mary and Colin
 
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A music video about Mary Lennox and Colin Craven's relationship. I know some people aren't very fond of this ship so I leave the interpretation of this video to those who watch it. Feedback is highly welcome. ;) Thanks for watching!
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The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) - Frances Hodgson BURNETT - Full Free Audio Book
 
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0:00:00 There Is No One Left 0:12:26 Mistress Mary Quite Contrary 0:27:26 Across the Moor 0:35:41 Martha 1:06:14 The Cry in the Corridor 1:18:47 There Was Someone Crying - There Was! 1:30:56 The Key to the Garden 1:42:34 The Robin Who Showed the Way 1:57:18 The Strangest House Anyone Ever Lived In 2:13:55 Dickon 2:34:52 The Nest of the Missel Thrush 2:48:22 Might I Have a Bit of Earth? 3:03:25 I Am Colin 3:26:38 A Young Rajah 3:47:01 Nest Building 4:07:28 I Won't, Said Mary 4:20:13 A Tantrum 4:33:22 Tha' Munnot Waste No Time 4:45:34 It Has Come! 5:04:44 I Shall Live Forever - And Ever - And Ever! 5:20:15 Ben Weatherstaff 5:40:04 When the Sun Went Down 5:50:41 Magic 6:15:01 Let Them Laugh 6:35:58 The Curtain 6:48:57 It's Mother! 7:06:41 In the Garden Online text: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/17396 The Secret Garden (dramatic reading) Frances Hodgson BURNETT (1849 - 1924) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Audio edited by: Elizabeth Klett Genre(s): Children's Fiction, Dramatic Readings Language: English https://librivox.org/the-secret-garden-dramatic-reading-by-burnett-frances-hodgson/ Free AudioBooks is an online library of free public domain audiobooks, read by volunteers. Objective is to make all books in the public domain available, for free, in audio format on the internet. Listen to full length audio books online for free on YouTube! #FreeAudioBooks #audiobooks #fiction #CultureAudioBooksLivresAudio #LittératureLivresAudioAudioBooks #greatestaudiobooks
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The Secret Garden (1983) - Clip 2 of 6
 
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Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic adapted for the stage by Thomas W. Olson. Presented by The Children's Theatre Company and School of Minneapolis, MN, 1983. Directed by John Clark Donahue. Music composed and orchestrated by Hiram Titus, conducted by Alan Shorter. Scenic design by Jack Barkla. Costume design by Christopher Beesley. Lighting design by Jon Baker. Sound design by John Lupori. Featuring Annie Enneking as Mary Lennox, Wendy Lehr as Mrs. Medlock, Tom Dunn as Mr. Pitcher, Ann Fink as Martha Sowerby, Oliver S. Osterberg as Ben Weatherstaff, Jason McLean as Archibald Craven, Carl Beck as Dr. Craven.
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The Secret Garden Audiobook Frances Hodgson BURNETT
 
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The Secret Garden Audiobook Frances Hodgson BURNETT Chapter Time There Is No One Left 00:00:00 00:12:26 Mistress Mary Quite Contrary 00:12:26 Across the Moor 00:27:26 Martha 00:35:41 The Cry in the Corridor 01:06:13 01:18:46 There Was Someone Crying - There Was! 01:18:46 The Key to the Garden 01:30:55 The Robin Who Showed the Way 01:42:33 01:57:17 The Strangest House Anyone Ever Lived In 01:57:17 Dickon 02:13:54 The Nest of the Missel Thrush 02:34:50 Might I Have a Bit of Earth? 02:48:20 I Am Colin 03:03:23 03:26:36 A Young Rajah 03:26:36 03:46:59 Nest Building 03:46:59 I Won't, Said Mary 04:07:26 04:20:10 A Tantrum 04:20:10 Tha' Munnot Waste No Time 04:33:19 It Has Come! 04:45:31 I Shall Live Forever - And Ever - And Ever! 05:04:41 Ben Weatherstaff 05:20:12 When the Sun Went Down 05:40:01 05:50:37 Magic 05:50:37 Let Them Laugh 06:14:57 06:35:54 The Curtain 06:35:54 06:48:53 It's Mother! 06:48:53 07:06:37 In the Garden 07:06:37 07:37:32 The Secret Garden (version 4 dramatic reading) Frances Hodgson BURNETT (1849 - 1924) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary Lennox: Arielle Lipshaw Mrs. Lennox: Caprisha Page Colonel McGrew/Dr. Craven: Tyler Harms Basil/Mrs. Sowerby: Victoria Martin Mrs. Crawford: Availle Officer's Wife: Pamela Krantz Archibald Craven: Alex Lau Mrs. Medlock: Grace Garrett Station Master: Martin Geeson Ben Weatherstaff: Andy Minter Dickon: Charlotte Duckett Colin Craven: Amanda Friday Nurse: Kara Shallenberg Mr. Roach: John Trevithick Lilias Craven: Eden Rea-Hedrick Audio edited by: Elizabeth Klett Genre(s): Children's Fiction, Dramatic Readings Language: English
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The Secret Garden - Tyler Civic Theatre 2016 Teaser
 
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Mary Lennox is a troubled, sickly, and unloved 10-year-old girl born in India to selfish, wealthy British parents. She is primarily cared for by servants, who pacify her as much as possible to keep her out of her parents' way. She grows into a spoiled and selfish girl. Eventually, there is a cholera epidemic in India which kills Mary's parents and all the servants. Mary is discovered alive but alone in the empty house. She briefly lives with an English clergyman and his family and is then sent to Yorkshire, England, to live with Archibald Craven, an uncle she has never met, at his home called Misselthwaite Manor. At first, Mary is her usual self, sour and rude, disliking her uncle's large house, the people within it, and, most of all the vast stretch of moor, which seems scrubby and gray after the winter. She is told that she must stay confined to her two rooms and keep herself amused without much attention. Martha Sowerby, a good-natured maid, tells Mary a story of the late Mrs. Craven and how she would spend hours in a private walled garden growing roses. Mrs. Craven fell to her death when a tree branch gave way beneath her, and the devastated Mr. Craven locked the garden and buried the key. Mary is piqued by this story and her ill manner begins to soften. Soon, she comes to enjoy the company of Martha, Ben Weatherstaff the gardener, and a friendly robin redbreast whom she assigns a human personality. Her appetite increases and she grows stronger as she plays by herself on the moor. Martha's mother buys Mary a skipping rope to encourage this, and Mary takes to it immediately. Mary occupies her time wondering about both the secret garden and the cries she hears at night. The servants claim not to hear the cries. That night, Mary hears the crying again. She follows the noise and, to her surprise, finds a small boy her age living in a hidden bedroom. His name is Colin. She soon discovers that they are. ………WHOA!!! What a wonderful story and we’re certainly not gonna give it away here. Please come see the production. It runs Nov. 11-20, 2016 TCTC Braithwaite Theatre.
Learn English Through Stories   Subtitles  The Secret Garden Level 3
 
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Check out my website for more videos with new words explanation: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTfkzMVbwBuQehIye095eyA Don't forget like, comment, share and subscribe - thank you. Short description: Little Mary Lennox is a bad-tempered, disagreeable child. When her parents die in India, she is sent back to England to live with her uncle in a big, lonely, old house. There is nothing to do all day except walk in the gardens - and watch the robin flying over the high walls of the secret garden . . . which has been locked for ten years. And no one has the key. . . Contents: 0:12 - CHAPTER 1; Little Miss Mary 16:25 - CHAPTER 2; Marry in Yorkshire 36:59 - CHAPTER 3; Finding the secret garden 52:53 - CHAPTER 4; Meeting Dickon 1:05:37 - CHAPTER 5; Meeting Colin 1:16:24 - CHAPTER 6; Colin is afraid 1:32:01 - CHAPTER 7; Colin and the garden 1:46:18 - CHAPTER 8; Mr Craven comes home Tag : Learn English Through Stories,cunyeu,study english,through stories,listen english,learn english through stories,speaking english,English Language (Language In Fiction),english stories for learning english,learn english for kids,learn english vocabulary,story to learn english,Subtitle,Through,The Secret Garden,The Secret Garden (Levels 3)
Chapter 18 - "Tha' Munnot Waste No Time"
 
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Katie reading chapter 18 of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
The Secret Garden
 
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Performances: January 9, 10, 16, 17, 18(m), 22, 23 and 24 7:30 Curtain 2:30 Matinee From a book by Frances Hodgson Burnett Adapted for the stage by Thomas W. Olson Produced in cooperation with PLAYS FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES Directed by Diane Allen CAST Mary Lennox...Mimi Mills Colin...Abraham Bartholomew Dickon... Tobin Caffarella Martha...Maddie Price Ben Weatherstaff...John Sams Mrs. Medlock...Alyssa Joy Archibald Craven...Scott Harvey Mr. Pitcher...Adam Reed Betty Butterworth...Cori Henderson Gardeners...Cabeau Schuerger & Curtis Allen Colonel...Alex Asher Officers...Matt Easdale and Nate Corneliusen Mrs. Lennox...Michelle Prichard Ayah...Tricia Wagner School Children...Hannah Field, Cadence Schuerger, Alonzo Fandrem, Benj Stein Music CRYPTIC SORROW by Kevin MacLeod "Cryptic Sorrow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
The Secret Garden | Learning English through stories
 
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The Secret Garden | Learning English through stories he Secret Garden (1909) is one of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s most popular novels. The book tells the story of Mary Lennox, a spoiled, contrary, solitary child raised in India but sent to live in her uncle’s manor in Yorkshire after her parents' death. She is left to herself by her uncle, Mr. Craven, who travels often to escape the memory of his deceased wife. The only person who has time for Mary is her chambermaid, Martha. It is Martha who tells Mary about Mrs. Craven's walled garden, which has been closed and locked since her death. Mary becomes intrigued by the prospect of the forgotten garden, and her quest to find out the garden's secrets leads her to discover other secrets hidden in the manor. These discoveries combined with the unlikely friendships she makes along the way help Mary come out of her shell and find new fascination with the world around her. "As a child, I loved sitting on my grandfather's lap while he read me stories. I remember most of them even though I am now a grandparent, too! As a child, I was blissfully unaware that, as I listened to the stories, I was also learning new words and ways in which those new words combined to communicate ideas and life lessons. A good story encourages us to turn the next page and read more. We want to find out what happens next and what the main characters do and what they say to each other. We may feel excited, sad, afraid, angry or really happy. This is because the experience of reading or listening to a story is much more likely to make us 'feel' that we are part of the story, too. Just like in our 'real' lives, we might love or hate different characters in the story. Perhaps we recognise ourselves or others in some of them. Perhaps we have similar problems. Because of this natural empathy with the characters, our brains process the reading of stories differently from the way we read factual information. Our brains don't always recognise the difference between an imagined situation and a real one so the characters become 'alive' to us. What they say and do is therefore more meaningful. This is why the words and structures that relate a story's events, descriptions and conversations are processed in this deeper way. In fact, cultures all around the world have always used storytelling to pass knowledge from one generation to another. Our ancestors understood very well that this was the best way to make sure our histories and information about how to relate to others and to our world was not only understood, but remembered too. (Notice that the word 'history' contains the word 'story' – this is not a coincidence!) Encouraging your child to read or listen to stories should therefore help them to learn a second language in a way that is not only fun, but memorable. Let's take a quick look at learning vocabulary within a factual text or within a story. Imagine the readers are eight-year-olds interested in animals. In your opinion, are they more likely to remember AND want to continue reading the first or second text?" ( Enjoy reading aloud this children's book with little girl Clover and find out what your kids can learn from this. Copyright belongs to the authors and publishers. To support the authors and buy the hardcopy, of this children's book, please visit:
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Learn English Through Stories   Subtitles  The Secret Garden Level 3
 
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Learn English Through Stories Subtitles The Secret Garden Level 3 Check out my website for more videos with new words explanation: Don't forget like, comment, share and subscribe - thank you. Short description: Little Mary Lennox is a bad-tempered, disagreeable child. When her parents die in India, she is sent back to England to live with her uncle in a big, lonely, old house. There is nothing to do all day except walk in the gardens - and watch the robin flying over the high walls of the secret garden . . . which has been locked for ten years. And no one has the key. . . Contents: 0:12 - CHAPTER 1; Little Miss Mary 16:25 - CHAPTER 2; Marry in Yorkshire 36:59 - CHAPTER 3; Finding the secret garden 52:53 - CHAPTER 4; Meeting Dickon 1:05:37 - CHAPTER 5; Meeting Colin 1:16:24 - CHAPTER 6; Colin is afraid 1:32:01 - CHAPTER 7; Colin and the garden 1:46:18 - CHAPTER 8; Mr Craven comes home Tag : Learn English Through Stories,cunyeu,study english,through stories,listen english,learn english through stories,speaking english,English Language (Language In Fiction),english stories for learning english,learn english for kids,learn english vocabulary,story to learn english,Subtitle,Through,The Secret Garden,The Secret Garden (Levels 3)
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The Secret Garden Swanage Rep 2017
 
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Excerpts from this brand new magical version of The Secret Garden, adapted for the stage by Dave Simpson with music by Teresa Barlow. Special thanks to The Mowlem Theatre, Swanage CAST: Mary - Lottie Johnson Colin - Jack Mosedale Martha - Clare Samuels Dickon - Peter Steele Mrs Medlock - Fiona Gordon Ben Weatherstaff/Dr Craven - Keith Hill Mr Craven - Marcus Patrick Director - Rob Marsden Set Design - Alice Burridge Lighting Design - Thomas Curtis Sound Operation - Harry Groves Produced by Katherine Mount & Teresa Barlow for Hordern Ciani Ltd
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III Chapter 1 "The Secret Garden"
 
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III The Secret Garden Chapter 1 Little Miss Mary Nobody seemed to care about Mary. She was born in India, where her father was a British official. He was busy with his work, and her mother, who was very beautiful, spent all her time going to parties. So an Indian woman, Kamala, was paid to take care of the little girl. Mary was not a pretty child. She had a thin angry face and thin yellow hair. She was always giving orders to Kamala, who had to obey. Mary never thought of other people, but only of herself. In fact, she was a very selfish, disagreeable, bad tempered little girl. One very hot morning, when she was about nine years old, she woke up and saw that instead of Kamala there was a different Indian servant by her bed. 'What are you doing here?' she asked crossly. 'Go away! And send Kamala to me at once!' The woman looked afraid. 'I'm sorry, Miss Mary, she she - she can't come!' Something strange was happening that day. Some of the house servants were missing and everybody looked frightened. But nobody told Mary anything, and Kamala still did not come. So at last Mary went out into the garden, and played by herself under a tree. She pretended she was making her own flower garden, and picked large red flowers to push into the ground. All the time she was saying crossly to herself, 'I hate Kamala! I'll hit her when she comes back!' Just then she saw her mother coming into the garden, with a young Englishman. They did not notice the child, who listened to their conversation. 'It's very bad, is it?' her mother asked the young man in a worried voice. 'Very bad,' he answered seriously. 'People are dying like flies. It's dangerous to stay in this town. You should go to the hills, where there's no disease.' 'Oh, I know!' she cried. 'We must leave soon!' Suddenly they heard loud cries coming from the servants' rooms, at the side of the house. 'What's happened?' cried Mary's mother wildly, 'I think one of your servants has just died. You didn't tell me the disease is here, in your house!' 'I didn't know!' she screamed. 'Quick, come with me!' And together they ran into the house. Now Mary understood what was wrong. The terrible disease had already killed many people in the town, and in all the houses people were dying. In Mary's house it was Kamala who had just died. Later that day three more servants died there. All through the night and the next day people ran in and out of the house, shouting and crying. Nobody thought of Mary. She hid in her bedroom, frightened by the strange and terrible sounds that she heard around her. Sometimes she cried and sometimes she slept. When she woke the next day, the house was silent. 'Perhaps the disease has gone,' she thought, 'and everybody is well again. I wonder who will take care of me instead of Kamala? Why doesn't someone bring me some food? It's strange the house is so quiet.' But just then she heard men's voices in the hall. 'How sad!' said one. 'That beautiful woman!' 'There was a child too, wasn't there?' said the other. 'Although none of us ever saw her.' Mary was standing in the middle of her room when they opened the door a few minutes later. The two men jumped back in surprise. 'My name is Mary Lennox,' she said crossly. 'I was asleep when everyone was ill, and now I'm hungry.' 'It's the child, the one nobody ever saw!' said the older man to the other. 'They've all forgotten her!' 'Why was I forgotten?' asked Mary angrily. 'Why has nobody come to take care of me?' The younger man looked at her very sadly. 'Poor child!' he said. 'You see, there's nobody left alive in the house. So nobody can come.' In this strange and sudden way Mary learnt that both her mother and her father had died. The few servants who had not died had run away in the night. No one had remembered little Miss Mary. She was all alone. Because she had never known her parents well, she did not miss them at all. She only thought of herself, as she had always done. 'Where will I live?' she wondered. 'I hope I'll stay with people who'll let me do what I want.' At first she was taken to an English family who had known her parents. She hated their untidy house and noisy children, and preferred playing by herself in the garden. One day she was playing her favorite game, pretending to make a garden, when one of the children, Basil, offered to help. 'Go away!' cried Mary. 'I don't want your help!' For a moment Basil looked angry, and then he began to laugh. He danced round and round Mary, and sang a funny little song about Miss Mary and her stupid flowers. This made Mary very cross indeed. No one had ever laughed at her so unkindly. 'You're going home soon,' said Basil. 'And we're all very pleased you're leaving!' 'I'm pleased too,' replied Mary. 'But where's home?' 'You're stupid if you don't know that!' laughed Basil. 'England, of course! You're going to live with your uncle, Mr. Archibald Craven...
Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III Chapter 4 "The Secret Garden"
 
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III The Secret Garden Chapter 4 Meeting Dickon Mary spent nearly a week working in the secret garden. Each day she found new shoots coming out of the ground. Soon, there would be flowers everywhere thousands of them. It was an exciting game to her. When she was inside those beautiful old walls, no one knew where she was. During that week she became more friendly with Ben, who was often digging in one of the vegetable gardens. 'What are your favorite flowers, Ben?' she asked him one day. 'Roses. I used to work for a young lady who loved roses, you see, and she had a lot in her garden. That was ten years ago. But she died. Very sad, it was.' 'What happened to the roses?' asked Mary. 'They were left there, in the garden.' 'If rose branches look dry and grey, are they still alive?' asked Mary. It was so important to know! 'In the spring they'll show green shoots, and then - But why are you so interested in roses?' he asked. Mary's face went red. 'I just wanted to pretend I've got a garden. I haven't got anyone to play with.' 'Well, that's true,' said Ben. He seemed to feel sorry for her. Mary decided she liked old Ben, although he was sometimes bad-tempered. She skipped along and into the wood at the end of the gardens. Suddenly she heard a strange noise, and there in front of her was a boy. He was sitting under a tree, playing on a wooden pipe. He was about twelve, with a healthy red face and bright blue eyes. There was a squirrel and a crow in the tree, and two rabbits sitting on the grass near him. 'They're listening to the music!' thought Mary. 'I mustn't frighten them!' She stood very still. The boy stopped playing. 'That's right,' he said. 'Animals don't like it if you move suddenly. I'm Dickon and you must be Miss Mary. I've brought you the spade and the seeds.' He spoke in an easy, friendly way. Mary liked him at once. As they were looking at the seed packets together, the robin hopped on to a branch near them. Dickon listened carefully to the robin's song. 'He's saying he's your friend,' he told Mary. 'Really? Oh, I am pleased he likes me. Can you understand everything that birds say?' 'I think I do, and they think I do. I've lived on the moor with them for so long. Sometimes I think I am a bird or an animal, not a boy at all!' His smile was the widest she had ever seen. He explained how to plant the seeds. Suddenly he said, 'I can help you plant them! Where's your garden?' Mary went red, then white. She had never thought of this. What was she going to say? 'Could you keep a secret? It's a great secret. If anyone discovers it, I'll.. .I'll die!' 'I keep secrets for all the wild birds and animals on the moor. So I can keep yours too,' he replied. 'I've stolen a garden,' she said very fast. 'Nobody goes into it, nobody wants it. I love it and nobody takes care of it! They're letting it die!' And she threw her arms over her face and started crying. 'Don't cry,' said Dickon gently. 'Where is it?' 'Come with me and I'll show you,' said Miss Mary. They went to the secret garden and entered it together. Dickon walked round, looking at everything. 'Martha told me about this place, but I never thought I'd see it,' he said. 'It's wonderful!' 'What about the roses?' asked Mary worriedly. 'Are they still alive? What do you think?' 'Look at these shoots on the branches. Most of them are alive ail right.' He took out his knife and cut away some of the dead wood from the rose trees. Mary showed him the work she had done in the garden, and they talked as they cut and cleared. 'Dickon,' said Mary suddenly, 'I like you. I never thought I'd like as many as five people!' 'Only five!' laughed Dickon. He did look funny when he laughed, thought Mary. 'Yes, your mother, Martha, the robin, Ben, and you.' Then she asked him a question in Yorkshire dialect, because that was his language. 'Does tha' like me?' was her question. 'Of course! I like thee wonderful!' replied Dickon, a big smile on his round face. Mary had never been so happy. When she went back to the house for her lunch, she told Martha about Dickon's visit. 'I've got news for you too,' said Martha. 'Mr. Craven's come home, and wants to see you! He's going away again tomorrow, for several months.' 'Oh!' said Mary. That was good news. She would have all summer in the secret garden before he came back. Bur she must be careful. He mustn't guess her secret now. Just then Mrs. Medlock arrived, in her best black dress, to take Mary down to Mr. Craven's room. Mary's uncle had black hair with some white in it, and high, crooked shoulders. His face was not ugly, but very sad. During their conversation he watched her in a worried way. Perhaps he was thinking of other things at the same time. He looked at the thin child. 'Are you well?' he asked. Mary tried to keep her voice calm as she replied, 'I'm getting stronger and healthier.' 'What do you want to do, in this big empty house?' 'I. . .
Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III Chapter 5 "The Secret Garden"
 
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III The Secret Garden Chapter 5 Meeting Colin In the middle of the night Mary woke up. Heavy rain had started falling again, and the wind was blowing violently round the walls of the old house. Suddenly she heard crying again. This time she decided to discover who it was. She left her room, and in the darkness followed the crying sound, round corners and through doors, up and down stairs, to the other side of the big house. At last she found the right room. She pushed the door open and went in. It was a big room with beautiful old furniture and pictures. In the large bed was a boy, who looked tired and cross, with a thin, white, tearful face. He stared at Mary. 'Who are you?' he whispered. 'Are you a dream?' 'No, I'm not. I'm Mary Lennox. Mr. Craven's my uncle.' 'He's my father,' said the boy. 'I'm Colin Craven.' 'No one ever told me he had a son!' said Mary, very surprised. 'Well, no one ever told me you'd come to live here. I'm ill, you see. I don't want people to see me and talk about me. If I live, I may have a crooked back like my father, but I'll probably die.' 'What a strange house this is!' said Mary. 'So many secrets! Does your father come and see you often?' 'Not often. He doesn't like seeing me because it makes him remember my mother. She died when I was born, so he almost hates me, I think.' 'Why do you say you're going to die?' asked Mary. 'I've always been ill. I've nearly died several times, and my back's never been strong. My doctor feels sure that I'm going to die. But he's my father's cousin, and very poor, so he'd like me to die. Then he'd get all the money when my lather dies. He gives me medicine and tells me to rest. We had a grand doctor from London once, who told me to go out in the fresh air and try to get well. But I hate fresh air. And another thing, all the servants have to do what I want, because if I'm angry, I become ill.' Mary thought she liked this boy, although he seemed so strange. He asked her lots of questions, and she told him all about her life in India. 'How old are you?' he asked suddenly. 'I'm ten, and so are you,' replied Mary, forgetting to be careful, 'because when you were born the garden door was locked and the key was buried. And I know that was ten years ago.' Colin sat up in bed and looked very interested. 'What door? Who locked it? Where's the key? I want to see it. I’ll make the servants tell me where it is. They'll take me there and you can come too.' 'Oh, please! Don't - don't do that!' cried Mary. Colin stared at her. 'Don't you want to see it?' 'Yes, but if you make them open the door, it will never be a secret again. You see, if only we know about it, if we - if we can find the key, we can go and play there every day. We can help the garden come alive again. And no one will know about it- except us!' 'I see,' said Colin slowly. 'Yes, I'd like that. It'll be our secret. I've never had a secret before.' 'And perhaps,' added Mary cleverly, 'we can find a boy to push you in your wheelchair, if you can't walk, and we can go there together without any other people. You'll feel better outside. I know I do.' 'I'd like that,' he said dreamily. 'I think I'd like fresh air, in a secret garden.' Then Mary told him about the moor, and Dickon, and Ben Weatherstaff, and the robin, and Colin listened to it all with great interest. He began to smile and look much happier. 'I like having you here,' he said. 'You must come and see me every day. But I'm tired now.' 'I'll sing you a song. My servant Kamala used to do that in India,' said Mary, and very soon Colin was asleep. The next afternoon Mary visited Colin again, and he seemed very pleased to see her. He had sent his nurse away and had told nobody about Mary's visit. Mary had not told anybody either. They read some of his books together, and told each other stories. They were enjoying themselves and laughing loudly when suddenly the door opened. Dr. Craven and Mrs. Medlock came in. They almost fell over in surprise...
Kate Maberly(The secret garden)remember?
 
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não tem como esquecer dessa garotinha que agora ja é uma mulher! que começou com a pequena Mary Lennox do filme o jardim secreto!!
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III Chapter 7 "The Secret Garden"
 
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III The Secret Garden Chapter 7 Colin and the garden Of course, it was most important that no one should see Colin, Mary, or Dickon entering the secret garden. So Colin gave orders to the gardeners that they must all keep away from that part of the garden in future. The next afternoon Colin was carried downstairs by a man servant, and put in his wheelchair outside the front door. Dickon arrived, with his crow, two squirrels and the fox, and started pushing the wheelchair gently away from the house, and into the gardens. Mary walked beside the chair. Spring had really arrived now and it seemed very exciting to Colin, who had lived indoors for so long. He smelt the warm air from the moor, and watched the little white clouds in the blue sky. In a very short time he heard Mary say, 'This is where I found the key ... and this is the door ... and this.., this is the secret garden!' Colin covered his eyes with his hands until he was inside the four high walls, and the door was shut again. Then he looked round at the roses climbing the old red walls, the pink and white flowers on the fruit trees, and the birds and the butterflies everywhere. The sun warmed his face, and he suddenly knew he felt different. 'Mary! Dickon!' he cried. 'I'm going to get better! I'm going to live for ever and ever and ever!' As Dickon pushed the wheelchair all round the garden, he told Colin the names of all the plants. The sun shone, the birds sang, and in every corner of the garden there was something interesting to look at. The three children talked and laughed, and by the end of the afternoon all three were speaking Yorkshire together. 'I'll come back here every afternoon,' said Colin. 'I want to watch things growing.' 'Soon you'll be strong enough to walk and dig. You'll be able to help us with the gardening,' said Dickon kindly, 'Do you really think I'll be able to... to walk and... dig?' asked Colin. 'Of course you will. You've got legs, like us!' 'But they're not very strong,' answered Colin. 'They shake, and . .. and I'm afraid to stand on them.' 'When you want to use them, you'll be able to,' said Dickon. The garden was quiet for a moment. Suddenly Colin said, 'Who's that?' Mary turned her head, and noticed Ben Weatherstaff's angry face looking at her over the garden wall, 'What are you doing in that garden, young miss?' he shouted, He had not seen Colin or Dickon. 'The robin showed me the way, Ben,' she replied. 'You... you—' He stopped shouting and his mouth dropped open as he saw Dickon pushing a boy in a wheelchair over the grass towards him. 'Do you know who I am?' asked the boy in the chair. Old Ben stared. 'You've got your mother's eyes,' he said in a shaking voice. 'Yes, I know you. You're Mr Craven's son, the little boy with the crooked back.' Colin forgot that he had ever had backache. 'My back's as straight as yours is!' he shouted. Ben stared and stared. He only knew what he had heard from the servants. 'You haven't got a crooked back?' he asked. 'Or crooked legs?' That was too much. Colin was furious, and it made him feel strong. 'Come here, Dickon!' he shouted, and threw off his blanket. Dickon was by his side in a second. Mary felt sick with fear. Could Colin stand? Then Colin's thin feet were on the grass and he was standing, holding Dickon's arm. He looked strangely tall, and he held his head very high. 'Look at me!' he shouted at Ben. 'Just look at me!' 'He's as straight as any boy in Yorkshire!' said Dickon. Tears were running down Ben's brown old face. 'They said you were going to die!' he whispered. 'Well, you can see that's not true,' said Colin. 'Now, get down from the wall and come here. I want to talk to you. You've got to help us keep the garden a secret.' 'Yes, sir,' said old Ben, as he dried his eyes. That was the first of many beautiful afternoons in the secret garden. Colin was brought there by Dickon and Mary nearly every day, and he saw all the changes that happened there during the spring and early summer. Ben Weatherstaff, now in the secret, joined them as often as he could. One day Colin spoke to all of them. 'Listen, everybody. I think there's something like magic that makes gardens grow and things happen. Perhaps if I believe in it, the magic will make me strong. Let's all sit down in a circle and ask the magic to work.' So they all sat on the grass in a circle, Dickon with his crow, his fox and the two squirrels, Mary, Colin, and Ben. Colin repeated these words several times, 'The sun's shining. That's the magic. Being strong. That's the magic. Magic! Help me! Magic! Help me!' At last Colin stopped. 'Now I'm going to walk round the garden,' he said, and took Dickon's arm. Slowly he walked from one wall to another, followed closely by Mary and Ben. And when he had walked all the way round, he said, 'You see! I can walk now! The magic worked!' 'It's wonderful!' cried Mary...
The secret garden lego friends movie
 
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Actors: Mary Lennox Stephany Servands Kate Maya Liz Anastasia Colin Craven. Nino Mr. Craven. Mo Martha. Mia Dickon. Jakob Station master. Mo Mrs. Medlock. Maya Girls. Ann Lilo Nina Nicole Valery Samantha Leah Emma
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Ben and Justin - "Lily's Eyes" Secret Garden
 
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This is Ben and Justin singing "Lily's Eyes" (Dr. Craven and Archie) from the Secret Garden at our Walters State choir concert :) I love this song!! It's so amazing
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Caspar Phillipson - Archibald Craven
 
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The principle actor tells us about his character in the musical
Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III Chapter 2 "The Secret Garden"
 
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Oxford Bookworms Library Stage III The Secret Garden Chapter 2 Mary in Yorkshire They arrived at a very large old house. It looked dark and unfriendly from the outside. Inside, Mary looked around the big shadowy hall, and felt very small and lost. They went straight upstairs. Mary was shown to a room where there was a warm fire and food on the table. 'This is your room,' said Mrs. Medlock. 'Go to bed when you've had some supper. And remember, you must stay in your room! Mr. Craven doesn't want you to wander all over the house!' When Mary woke up the next morning, she saw a young servant girl cleaning the fireplace. The room seemed dark and rather strange, with pictures of dogs and horses and ladies on the walls. It was not a child's room at all. From the window she could not see any trees or houses, only wild land, which looked like a kind of purple sea. 'Who are you?' she asked the servant coldly. 'Martha, miss,' answered the girl with a smile. 'And what's that outside?' Mary continued. 'That's the moor,' smiled Martha. 'Do you like it?' 'No,' replied Mary immediately. 'I hate it.' 'That's because you don't know it. You will like it. I love it. It's lovely in spring and summer when there are flowers. It always smells so sweet. The air's so fresh, and the birds sing so beautifully, I never want to leave the moor.' Mary was feeling very bad-tempered. 'You're a strange servant,' she said. 'In India we don't have conversations with servants. We give orders, and they obey, and that's that.' Martha did not seem to mind Mary's crossness. 'I know I talk too much!' she laughed. 'Are you going to be my servant?' asked Mary. 'Well, not really. I work for Mrs. Medlock. I'm going to clean your room and bring you your food, but you won't need a servant except for those things.' 'But who's going to dress me?' Martha stopped cleaning, and stared at Mary. 'Tha' canna' dress thysen?' she asked, shocked. 'What do you mean? I don't understand your language!' 'Oh, I forgot. We all speak the Yorkshire dialect here, but of course you don't understand the... I meant to say, can't you put on your own clothes?' 'Of course not! My servant always used to dress me.' 'Well! I think you should learn to dress yourself. My mother always says people should be able to take care of themselves, even if they're rich and important.' Little Miss Mary was furious with Martha. 'It's different in India where I come from! You don't know anything about India, or about servants, or about anything! You ... you...' She could not explain what she meant. Suddenly she felt very confused and lonely. She threw herself down on the bed and started crying wildly. 'Now, now, don't cry like that,' Martha said gently. 'I'm very sorry. You're right, I don't know anything about anything. Please stop crying, miss.' She sounded kind and friendly, and Mary began to feel better and soon stopped crying. Martha went on talking as she finished her cleaning, but Mary looked out of the window in a bored way, and pretended not to listen. 'I've got eleven brothers and sisters, you know, miss. There's not much money in our house. And they all eat so much food! Mother says it's the good fresh air on the moor that makes them so hungry. My brother Dickon, he's always out on the moor. He's twelve, and he's got a horse which he rides sometimes.' 'Where did he get it?' asked Mary. She had always wanted an animal of her own, and so she began to feel a little interest in Dickon. 'Oh, it's a wild horse, but he's a kind boy, and animals like him, you see. Now you must have your breakfast, miss. Here it is on the table.' 'I don't want it,' said Mary. 'I'm not hungry.' 'What!' cried Martha. 'My little brothers and sisters would eat all this in five minutes!' 'Why?' asked Mary coldly. 'Because they don't get enough to eat, that's why, and they're always hungry. You're very lucky to have the food, miss.' Mary said nothing, but she drank some tea and ate a little bread. 'Now put a coat on and run outside to play,' said Martha. 'It'll do you good to be in the fresh air.' Mary looked out of the window at the cold grey sky. 'Why should I go out on a day like this?' she asked. 'Well, there's nothing to play with indoors, is there?' Mary realized Martha was right. 'But who will go with me?' she said. Martha stared at her. Nobody. You'll have to learn to play by yourself. Dickon plays by himself on the moors for hours, with the wild birds, and the sheep, and the other animals.' She looked away for a moment. 'Perhaps I shouldn't tell you this, but - but one of the walled gardens is locked up...
"The Secret Garden" TCM Intro and Outro
 
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Intro and outro to the 1949 film "The Secret Garden" with Margaret O'Brien, Herbert Marshall and Dean Stockwell, as presented April 9, 2016 on Turner Classic Movies by Ben Mankiewicz; written by David Inman. See more at inmantcm.blogspot.com.
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Lily's Eyes - Andrew Bowling & John Rowe III
 
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"Lily's Eyes" Andrew Bowling as Dr. Neville Craven John Rowe III as Archibald Craven "The Secret Garden" at YFC, aka: Harrisburg Christian Performing Arts Center June 26-28, 2009 This is one of the best duets ever written, and one of the more emotional performances I've ever been a part of. I apologize for our microphones, not sure where the buzzy tone comes from. Also, the black bars aren't there on purpose, I'm not sure where they came from. Windows Movie Maker sucks. Enjoy the show, and support the arts. Without the love and support of our families, friends, teachers, and the community, none of this would exist. -A.B.
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Colin Firth and Julie Walters Join Marc Munden’s The Secret Garden
 
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Colin Firth and Julie Walters Join Marc Munden’s The Secret Garden: http://www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/941661-colin-firth-julie-walters-join-marc-mundens-secret-garden. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos. StudioCanal and producers David Heyman and Rosie Alison announced today that principal photography has started in the UK for Marc Munden’s The Secret Garden. In the process it was revealed that Colin Firth and Julie Walters will star in the film.Set in England, The Secret Garden tells the story of Mary Lennox (Dixie Egerickx), a prickly and unloved 10-year-old girl, born in India to wealthy British parents who never wanted her. When her parents suddenly die, she is sent back to England to live with her uncle, Archibald Craven (Colin Firth) on his remote country estate deep in the Yorkshire moors. There, she begins to uncover many family secrets, particularly when she meets her sickly cousin Colin (Edan Hayhurst), shut away in a wing of the house. It is a story of two damaged, slightly misfit, children who heal each other – partly through their exposure to a wondrous secret garden, lost in the grounds of Misselthwaite Manor.Oscar nominated and BAFTA-winning Julie Walters (Paddington 1 & 2) will play Mrs Medlock, the head housekeeper at Misselthwaite. Amir Wilson (The Kid Who Would Be King) joins the stellar cast as Dickon with Isis Davis (Guilt, Electric Dreams) as Martha.The film will be directed by Marc Munden (Utopia, The Mark of Cain, The Devil’s Whore). He is most known for his incredible work on TV and for creating brilliantly authored, highly visual worlds for viewers to experience. Munden commented, “This is a fantastical reimagining of The Secret Garden: I can’t wait to explore it. It’s an opportunity to immerse ourselves in an uncanny and wondrous world, which will play to the imaginations of adults and children alike.”David Heyman (Harry Potter, Gravity) and Rose Alison (Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, Testament of Youth) will be producing. Jane Robertson (Danish Girl, Breathe) will co-produce. Didier Lupfer, Danny Perkins, and Dan MacRae will executive produce for StudioCanal. The Secret Garden reunites StudioCanal and Heyday following their successful collaboration on Paddington 1 & 2.David Heyman added, “I’m delighted to be working again with StudioCanal on The Secret Garden, brought so vividly to life by writer Jack Thorne. I’m excited that our director, Marc Munden, will be bringing his distinct imaginative vision to this enduring childhood story. And I could not be more thrilled that Colin Firth and Julie Walters have joined the journey, alongside a remarkable new trio of young actors.”Rosie Alison confirmed, “The Secret Garden is a unique imaginative story, full of mystery and wonder, and we’re thrilled that Marc Munden will be bringing his visionary eye to Jack Thorne’s heartfelt script. In Colin Firth and Julie Walters, we’re delighted to have the ideal cast to bring this story to life. And we’re enormously excited to showcase three remarkable young actors in Dixie Egerickx, Edan Hayhurs and Amir Wilson.”The Secret Garden was adapted from the original book by
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How To Play Piano: Secret Garden "Serenade Of Spring" Piano Tutorial by Ramin Yousefi
 
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http://www.freemusicteacher.com/ How To Play Piano: Secret Garden "Serenade Of Spring" Piano Tutorial by Ramin Yousefi You Can Learn Piano From Basic to Advance by Watching These Music Clips "Serenade to Spring" is a melody composed by Rolf Løvland, originally released on Secret Garden's debut album Songs from a Secret Garden (1995). The melody is an instrumental version of the Norwegian song "Danse mot vår" (lit.: Dance towards spring), also made by Rolf Løvland. It was originally released on Elisabeth Andreassen's album Stemninger (1992). The Secret Garden is a musical based on the 1911 novel of the same name by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The musical's book and lyrics are by Marsha Norman, with music by Lucy Simon. It premiered on Broadway in 1991 and ran for 709 performances. The story is set in the early years of the 20th century. Mary Lennox, a young English girl born and raised in the British Raj, is orphaned by a cholera outbreak when she is eleven years old. She is sent away from India to Yorkshire, England, to live with relatives whom she has never met. Her own personality blossoms as she and a young gardener bring new life to a neglected garden, as well as to her sickly cousin and uncle. The Secret Garden premiered on Broadway at the St. James Theatre on April 31, 1991 and closed on January 3, 1993 after 709 performances. Directed by Susan H. Schulman with choreography by Michael Lichtefeld, the cast featured Daisy Eagan as Mary Lennox. It won the 1991 Tony Awards for Best Book of a Musical, Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Daisy Eagan), and Best Scenic Design (Heidi Landesman). Eagan at age 11 was the youngest female recipient of a Tony Award. The set resembled an enormous Victorian toy theatre with pop-out figures, large paper dolls, and Joseph Cornell-like collage elements. Theoni V. Aldredge designed wardrobes and was nominated for Best Costume Design. The wardrobe is on display at the Costume World Broadway Collection in Pompano Beach, Florida. The musical was produced in Australia in 1995 in Brisbane (opened on 27 July 1995), Sydney (opened on 7 September 1995), and Melbourne (opened on 20 December 1995). Directed by Schulman and with sets by Landesman, the cast starred Philip Quast as Neville Craven and Anthony Warlow as Archibald Craven. A heavily revised Royal Shakespeare Company production ran at Stratford (UK) from November 13, 2000 until January 27, 2001, with Philip Quast and Meredith Braun and directed by Adrian Noble, staged and choreographed by Gillian Lynne.[3] The RSC production transferred to the West End Aldwych Theatre, running from February 2001 until June 2001. The Secret Garden was The Third Annual World AIDS Day Benefit Concert, held on December 5, 2005 at the Manhattan Center Studios Grand Ballroom, New York City, directed by Stafford Arima and produced by Jamie McGonnigal. In February 2010, Mirvish Productions announced that The Secret Garden will open in Toronto in March 2011.
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The Secret Garden
 
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The discovery of the Secret Garden!... In Chichester boys school...
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Caspar Phillipson - A Bit of Earth
 
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The song Archibald Craven sings after Mary asks him for a bit of earth to play with.
A Little Princess (10/10) Movie CLIP - Reunited with Papa (1995) HD
 
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A Little Princess movie clips: http://j.mp/1J8UmkT BUY THE MOVIE: http://j.mp/QXRrPs Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Sarah (Liesel Matthews) reunites with her father (Liam Cunningham), who has amnesia from a war injury. FILM DESCRIPTION: A privileged, free-spirited young girl tries to adapt to life in a strict boarding school in this charming, critically acclaimed children's fantasy. Adapting a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, also the author of The Secret Garden, the film shifts the story's setting to World War I. 10 year-old Sara Crewe (Liesel Matthews) has been left in a respected New York City boarding school while her British father heads overseas to fight. Filled with wild stories and a playful attitude, the unconventional Sara becomes popular amongst her classmates but quickly comes into conflict with the harsh headmistress, Miss Minchin (Eleanor Bron), who attempts to quash the child's individuality. The young girl's situation takes a serious turn for the worse when she unexpectedly receives word of her father's death, and, suddenly impoverished, is forced into life as a servant. Treated as a lesser class of person by her former companions, Sara instead befriends her fellow servants and turns to the power of imagination in order to maintain hope for the future. In addition to changing the story's setting, screenwriters Richard LaGravenese and Elizabeth Chandler add a layer of Indian mythology to the tale, allowing director Alfonso Cuaron the chance to punctuate the riches-to-rags fable with a series of lush, imaginative fantasy sequences. Though A Little Princess had difficulty attracting audiences during its initial run, its visual splendor and touching storytelling were praised by many critics, several of whom proclaimed the film one of the best family-oriented productions of its time. CREDITS: TM & © Warner Bros. (1995) Cast: Liesel Matthews, Eleanor Bron, Liam Cunningham, Errol Sitahal Director: Alfonso Cuarón Producers: Alan C. Blomquist, Dalisa Cohen, Amy Ephron, Mark Johnson, Barry Levinson Screenwriters: Frances Hodgson Burnett, Richard LaGravenese, Elizabeth Chandler WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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Kate Maberly Meets Mr. Projector!
 
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Out now on DVD and On Demand: http://www.johnnyxmovie.com Mr. Projector interviews actress Kate Maberly (The Secret Garden, Finding Neverland) on the set of THE GHASTLY LOVE OF JOHNNY X. Mr. Projector appears courtesy of ThinkStream Films, LLC. © Ghastly Johnny X, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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Kate Maberly
 
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Born and raised in Surrey in England Kate Maberly started acting aged 8 landing her first major motion picture role as the star of Francis Ford Coppola's "The Secret Garden". Directed by Agnieszka Holland, the film achieved international acclaim and has gone on to become a family classic.
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Multi-Fandom Aunt/Uncle/Niece/Nephew Collab - "I Look to You" (22 fandoms! 18 vidders!)
 
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Voiceovers are transcribed at the bottom of the description! ~~ This is a collab about aunts or uncles with their nieces or nephews. We have a good array of all 4 types of relationships - aunt/niece, uncle/nephew, aunt/nephew, and uncle/niece. luvtheheaven5 is the person who hosted this particular collab. She did the coloring & syncing everything up/voiceover volume adjustments/rendering. Most people added their own watermarks, but she added them too for the people who couldn't do them exactly how she wanted given the limitations of their video editing software or who forgot. The collab is 27 different parts but only 18 of us participated. 9 of the people in the collab had 1 part to make, and the other half of the vidders in here - the other 9 of us - had 2 parts each. Every part is about a different relationship. The first part is about a married aunt and uncle to their adopted niece (hence the voiceover about how "you're part of the family now"). Lexie on Grey's Anatomy is a half-sister to Meredith, who is Zola's mother via adoption, and Lucas on One Tree Hill is Nathan's (Jamie's father's) half-brother. Peter is Claire's biological uncle on Heroes (even though Claire also has an adoptive family)... and I believe the rest are much more straightforward, simple full biological aunt/uncles (or aunt/uncle via marriage to a simple biological aunt/uncle). Oh, also Jamie on OTH comes up twice in the collab in order to feature him with both his Aunt Quinn and his Uncle Lucas, and Lucas on OTH comes up twice as well - once as Jamie's uncle, like I just said, and the other time as a nephew. Phoebe on Charmed is the third repeating character, an aunt to two different nephews. No other characters repeat. Special thanks to gqgrl775 who filled in for me at the last minute, and made a second part. ;) Song: I Look to You Artist: Boyce Avenue (it's a cover, the original is by Whitney Houston) Lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/boyceavenue/ilooktoyou.html Part 1: tjmack1986 - Amy&Ty/Georgie (Heartland) Part 2: gqgrl775 - Jenna/Elena (The Vampire Diaries) Part 3: mse63 - Michael/LJ (Prison Break) Part 4: iNewbieJD - Tyler/Mason (The Vampire Diaries) Part 5: bookwormkehprodz - Phoebe/Chris (Charmed) Part 6: xdarkangelsfallx - Peter/Claire (Heroes) Part 7: 7thxheavenxx - Jesse/Stephanie (Full House) Part 8: AllieCat9100 - Lexie/Zola (Grey's Anatomy) Part 9: xdropofrain - Phoebe/Wyatt (Charmed) Part 10: mse63 - Olivia/Ella (Fringe) Part 11: tjmack1986 - Jedikah/Stephen (The Tomorrow People) Part 12: gqgrl775 - Luke/Jess (Gilmore Girls) Part 13: luvtheheaven5 - May/Peter (The Amazing Spider-Man) Part 14: dixiekat2007 - Quinn/Jamie (One Tree Hill) Part 15: EmmieClassix - Deacon/Scarlett (Nashville) Part 16: kariluxoxo - Kristina/Amber (Parenthood) Part 17: EmmieClassix - Keith/Lucas (One Tree Hill) Part 18: Bookwormkehprodz - Mary/Mr. Craven (The Secret Garden) Part 19: lbchatterbox - Ava/Nicki (Summerland) Part 20: dixiekat2007 - Kelly/Dorian (One Life to Live) Part 21: luvtheheaven5 - Cami/Father Kieran (The Originals) Part 22: CrystalPumpk1n - Kate/Allison (Teen Wolf) Part 23: lbchatterbox - Miles/Charlie (Revolution) Part 24: mwmheps - Michael/Maeby (Arrested Development) Part 25: EverySongEndsStudios - Lucas/Jamie (OTH) Part 26: 7thxheavenxx - Julia/Haddie (Parenthood) Part 27: CuteSmiles83 - Bilbo/Frodo (The Hobbit) Voiceovers: Georgie: Don't look back! She can't make me. Ty: Georgie, you're part of the family now! Michael: Your son is my nephew. And there is nothing I wouldn't do for him. Tyler: I don't want to be like this anymore. Phoebe: Baby Christopher. Olivia: My mother - your grandmother - gave it to me before she died. So now I'm giving it to you. He's your uncle, Jedikah. Peter: I'm just no good for her. May: Peter Parker, if there's one thing you are, it's good. Kristina: I'm here for you. And I love you. Kristina: I'm gonna be okay. Amber: Okay. Mr. Craven: You brought us back to life, Mary. Ava: Nicki, you don't have to be somebody you're not. Klaus: About your niece, Camille. I smell war in the air. Please, convince her to walk away from New Orleans. Kate: Listen, my gorgeous young niece. You're gonna break hearts left and right, okay? Julia: She's beautiful. Julia: Haddie? Bilbo: My dear Frodo. ~~~
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Cheyenne Jackson: Short Biography, Net Worth & Career Highlights
 
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Complete biography: http://celebritynetworth.wiki/cheyenne-jackson-net-worth/ American award-winning actor Cheyenne David Jackson was born on the 12th July 1975, in Spokane, Washington State, and came to prominence with his roles in theater, such as Jimmy Smith and then Trevor Graydon in “Thoroughly Modern Millie”, Chad in “All Shook Up”, and as Sonny Malone in “Xanadu”, while on screen he is best known for his recent roles in the TV series “American Horror Story”, and as Danny Baker in the series “30 Rock”. Have you ever wondered how rich Cheyenne Jackson is, as of late 2017? According to celebrity dot money, it has been estimated that Jackson’s net worth is as high as five million dollars, an amount mostly earned through his successful career as an actor since 2002, but his net worth has also benefited from his work in the music industry; he has released three albums, including the collaboration with Michael Feinstein- “The Power of Two” - in 2008. The third child born to David Jackson, a Native American, and his wife Sherri, Cheyenne was named partly for his father, and for the 1960s TV hero, and was raised with his two brothers and a sister in Oldtown, Idaho before the family moved permanently to Spokane when he was a teenager. He later lived in Seattle where he worked as an ad executive at a magazine, but was drawn to theater, and earned his Equity card. Following the September 11 attacks in 2001, he moved to New York and started pursuing a career as an actor, beginning in local theaters playing such characters as Tony in “West Side Story”, then Cain in “Children of Eden”, and as Rocky in “The Rocky Horror Show”, among others. At least his net worth was established. He made his Broadway debut in the play “Thoroughly Modern Millie”, portraying both male lead characters, and continued with successful portrayals as Chad in “All Shook Up” in 2005, for which he received a Theatre World Award in the category Outstanding Broadway Debut, and Drama League Award nomination in the category for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor, then as Sonny Malone in “Xanadu”, for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination in the category Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor, and Drama League Award nomination for Distinguished Performance. Most recently he appeared as Dr. Nevill Craven in “The Secret Garden” in 2016. After his successful start, Cheyenne wanted to try himself on screen, and after a role in the short film “Curiosity” in 2005, the following year he was cast as Mark Bingham in the historical drama film “United 93”, starring David Alan Basche and Olivia Thirlby. He eventually came to prominence in 2009 when he was selected for the role of Danny Baker in the TV comedy series “30 Rock”, appearing in 12 episodes of the Golden Globe Award-winning series through 2012, which certainly increased his wealth. His performance drew the attention of producers and directors, and between 2009 to 2012, Cheyenne made several other successful appearances, including in the lead roles in the horror thriller film “Hysteria” (2010), then in the romantic drama “The Green” in 2011, followed by an appearance in the comedy film “Lola Versus”, with Greta Gerwig, Zoe Lister-Jones and Hamish Linklater in the lead roles. He continued in the biopic about Liberace and his young lover Scott Thorson, “Behind the Candelabra” in 2013, starring Michael Douglas, Matt Damon and Scott Bakula, and a supporting role in the romantic drama “Love Is Strange”, featuring John Lithgow, Alfred Molina and Marisa Tomei as the stars of the film. In 2015 he was chosen for the role of Will Drake in the TV horror drama series “American Horror Story”, and was brought back to the cast in 2016 and 2017 of the popular series, playing Dr. Rudy Vincent and then Sidney James, all of which added a substantial amount to his wealth. Aside from starring in the Golden Globe Award-winning series, Cheyenne also starred in the comedy film “Bear with Us” in 2016, alongside Lea DeLaria, and Christy Carlson Romano, which won several awards at film festivals, including the Orlando Film Festival Award in the category for Best Ensemble Cast in a Feature Film, among other recognitions. He is currently working on the thriller film “Splitting Image” which is in post-production and scheduled for release late in 2017, and on the TV comedy series “American Woman”, also scheduled for a premiere in 2017. Regarding his personal life, Cheyenne is openly gay, and was married to Monte Lapka from 2011 until 2013. Since 2014 he has been married to actor Jason Landau, and the two have twins, born in 2016. He is well-known for his philanthropic activities; Cheyenne serves as an ambassador for The Foundation for AIDS Research, and is also a spokesperson and ambassador for the Hetrick-Martin Institute, which is a non-profit organization focused on improving the lives of LGBT Youth.
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