Pilot episode of the cancelled follow-up series to Nickelodeon's "Clarissa Explains it All" in which debutante Clarissa Darling contends to her life in New York City and her internship at a local newspaper.
Vienna before the First World War: Clarissa Schuhmeister grows up in the monastery. Strict discipline determines her life until she meets the Frenchman Léonard and falls in love with him. Just when she expects a child from him, the First World War tears the happy couple apart. Out of pragmatism, Clarissa marries Gottfried, a deserter, with whom she makes a painful yet realistic agreement so that he will not be sent back to war. But she never feels love for him because she can not forget Léonard.
A virtuous young woman is oppressed by her ambitious family and a rake who's becomes obsessed with her.
Clarissa X tells the story of a chain-smoking photographer who falls in love with a neighbor who happens to be the ghost of a serial killer from the '70s.
Clarissa Dickson Wright tracks down Britain's oldest known cookbook, The Forme of Cury.
18-year-old Stella lives with her mother Clarissa on a picturesque lodge in the South African bush. When Clarissa one day died in a tragic car accident, the young woman makes a surprising discovery: Obviously, her mother was not a South African, but the daughter of a rich industrial family from Austria. But why did she leave her homeland, change her name and even lied to her daughter over the years? To find out the truth, Stella travels to Styria.
Clarissa Darling is a teen girl dealing with typical pre-adolescent concerns such as school, boys, pimples, wearing her first training bra and an annoying little brother Ferguson.
Clarissa is a 1991 British period drama television miniseries starring Sean Bean, Saskia Wickham and Lynsey Baxter. It aired on the BBC in three hour-long episodes between 27 November and 11 December 1991. It was based on the 1749 novel Clarissa by Samuel Richardson.