No one is ever going to be able to adapt L.M. Montgomery’s classic Anne of Green Gables for film or television without their work being reflexively compared to the 1985 made-for-TV movie starring Megan Follows as the red-headed, whimsical orphan.
Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For ‘Anne With an E’ To Become a Classic
Rachel Darnall

Nope and nothing ever will. (Said as a die-hard kindred spirit — Anne is the reason I chose to become a writer at the tender age of 5, before I could even truly “write”.)

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