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  • Moonfleet - Wikipedia

    Moonfleet is a tale of smuggling, royal treasure and shipwreck by the English novelist J. Meade Falkner, first published in 1898. The book was extremely popular among ...

  • Moonfleet (1955) - IMDb

    Moonfleet is set in Dorset, England. The Fleet refers to the land just west of Portland, Southern England.

  • Moonfleet (TV Mini-Series 2013– ) - IMDb

    With Ray Winstone, Aneurin Barnard, Sophie Cookson, Anthony Ofoegbu. John Trenchard is an orphan who dreams of finding Blackbeard's riches. But a friendship with a ...

  • Moonfleet by John Meade Falkner — Reviews, Discussion ...

    Moonfleet has 3,317 ratings and 223 reviews. Bart said: A Blast from the PastNumber me among the many who read this book in grade school back in the la...

  • Moonfleet (1955) - Rotten Tomatoes

    In the 1750s, young orphan John Mohune (Jon Whiteley) arrives at the seaside Dorset village of Moonfleet seeking Jeremy Fox (Stewart Granger), a one-time

  • Moonfleet (1955 film) - Wikipedia

    Moonfleet is a 1955 Eastman Color film filmed in CinemaScope directed by Fritz Lang which was inspired by the novel Moonfleet by J. Meade Falkner, although ...

  • Moonfleet Manor Hotel - Luxury Family Hotel in Dorset

    Luxury family hotel in Dorset. Overlooking Chesil Beach in Dorset, Moonfleet is loved for its tranquil surroundings and quirky colonial décor. Read more

  • Moonfleet41 - YouTube

    Delboy's Garage, a place where we post up the things we make, break and fiddle with for the world to laugh at, learn from and generally enjoy. Help us grow a...

  • Moonfleet (Children's Classics): J. Meade ...

    Book Description. A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation of Falkner’s gripping tale of mystery and high adventure in a Dorset smuggling village.

  • Moonfleet (1955) - Overview -

    Overview of Moonfleet, 1955, directed by Fritz Lang, with Stewart Granger, George Sanders, Joan Greenwood, at Turner Classic Movies

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