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TV Avengers could work that combo of athletic feminism and British kinkiness. As Emma Peel I'd choose Ruth Wilson, the murderess from Luther , and Hugh Grant as her John Steed, bowler hatted and ironic.
And returning to Australia, how about Power without Glory? When Cliff Green wrote the script for Frank Hardy's famous novel about John West (modelled on John Wren) and how a small time dodgy character goes on to be a great man of business dealing with archbishops and political schemers along the way it was a landmark for Australian television in 1976. It should be done again with a top director, such as Fred Schepisi. It's a panoramic story of an older Australia, and it would sing as a big series for the new novelistic television.
We've seen Sherlock Holmes given a new lease of life with Benedict Cumberbatch in Sherlock, and differently with a ''girl Friday'' Watson with Jonny Lee Miller in Elementary.
And if we're talking outlaws, surely the world is due for another Robin Hood a sort of sly, fey, stealer from the rich to give to the poor. The age of Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings could do more with King Arthur and his knights. An extraordinary mythological soap would be Lancelot and Arthur and Guinevere.
In the international crime stakes, it's not hard to imagine HBO doing a sumptuous version of the whole corpus of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe novels. He was most famously played by Humphrey Bogart. These days I'd go for Kevin Spacey, so impressive in the American House of Cards. He has the right kind of mocking, beautiful voice. Then again, how about Rose Byrne and Kiefer Sutherland as the husband and wife team in a TV series based on Dashiell Hammett's The Thin Man?
The new BBC TV versions of The Lady Vanishes (with a script by Fiona Seres, the Australian wizard behind Tangle) and Father Brown are examples of the endless capacity television has to reprise archetypes from both the large and small screen.
The Saint (played by George Sanders in the 1940s movies, by Roger Moore on '60s TV) is due to be revived, preferably as the gentleman crook of Leslie Charteris' stories. Could Rupert Penry Jones of Spooks and Silk do it? Could Cumberbatch play a young Rumpole, John Mortimer's curmudgeonly lawyer, famously impersonated by Leo McKern?
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In the miniseries genre it would be fascinating to see someone remake Morris West's churchy bestseller The Devil's Advocate. Chesterton's sleuth in a Roman collar, Father Brown. Guinness did it in a film and Mark Williams does it in a new version starting on ABC1 on July 6. Perhaps a role for Aaron Pedersen.
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If we're to be speculative about possible TV remakes there's Rebecca, which derives from Converse All Star Shoes Uk Sale Daphne du Maurier's Gothic romance but which is intimately known to the world because of Hitchcock's 1940 film with Joan Fontaine as the unnamed heroine, Laurence Olivier as the brooding Maxim de Winter and, in one of the most famous performances in the history of cinema, Australia's Dame Judith Anderson as the sinister Mrs Danvers. It was remade for TV in 1997 with Charles Dance and Diana Rigg as Mrs Danvers but you might try for Michael Fassbender, Gemma Arterton, and why not Cate Blanchett as Mrs Danvers?
version of Helen Garner's Monkey Grip for television, maybe with a young actor such as Anna Samson.
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These days, the gentlemen gamblers would need a sister or an aunt maybe, so how about Sharon Stone as the old timer and Rooney Mara, David Fincher's Dragon Tattoo girl, as a rookie card sharp?
There are Australian classics crying out for revival: the flog opera For the Term of His Natural Life and the bushranger yarn to die for, Robbery under Arms. Why not make a full and faithful Converse Sale Melbourne
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In the case of The Lady Vanishes, the story will always be famous because of Hitchcock's 1938 movie with Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood, which was filmed again in 1979 with Cybill Shepherd and Elliott Gould.
The process of reinvention is endless. Think of Maverick in the '50s from Warner Bros. television whimsy plus gambling in the context of the western with directors such as Robert Altman. It would still work like a dream.
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