Great Expectations (disambiguation)

Great Expectations (disambiguation)

"Great Expectations" is an 1860 novel by Charles Dickens. It may also refer to:

The novel's numerous adaptations:
*"Great Expectations" (1917 film), a silent, black and white version starring Jack Pickford as Pip
*"Great Expectations" (1934 film), a Hollywood production directed by Stuart Walker
*"Great Expectations" (1946 film), a British film directed by David Lean
*"Great Expectations" (1985 film), a BBC serialisation, produced by Dorothea Brooking
*"Great Expectations" (1967 film), a BBC miniseries, directed by Alan Bridges
*"Great Expectations" (1974 film), a television version, directed by Joseph Hardy
*"Great Expectations" (1975 film), an ITC British television version, directed by Robert Fryer ( 'planned as a musical but with the music removed': "Halliwell's Television Companion", 1986)
*"Great Expectations" (1981 film), a BBC miniseries, starring Graham McGrath as young Pip
*"Great Expectations" (1989 film), a British miniseries, directed by Kevin Connor
*"Great Expectations" (1998 film), a Hollywood production directed by Alfonso Cuarón
*"Great Expectations" (1999 film), a BBC production, directed by Julian Jarrold

Music:
* "Great Expectations", a song by Kiss from their 1976 album "Destroyer"
* "Great Expectations", a song by Cat Power from her 1995 album "Dear Sir"
* "Great Expectations", a song by Cat Power from her 1996 album "Myra Lee"
* "Great Expectations", a song by Elbow from their 2005 album "Leaders of the Free World"
* "Great Expectations", a 1992 album by Tasmin Archer
* "Great Expectations", a 2008 album by Michael Rose

Television:
* "Pip", a South Park episode also known as "Great Expectations".


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