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The Borrowers: The Borrowers is a children's fantasy novel by the English author Mary Norton, published by Dent in 1952. It features a family of tiny people who live secretly in the walls and floors of an English house and "borrow" from the big people in order to survive.
The Borrowers (1997 film): The Borrowers is a 1997 independent live-action fantasy comedy film loosely based on the 1952 children's novel The Borrowers by author Mary Norton and starring John Goodman, Jim Broadbent, Celia Imrie, Mark Williams, Hugh Laurie and Bradley Pierce. In 1998, it was nominated for Best British Film in the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, but lost to Gary Oldman's film Nil by Mouth.
The Borrowers Aloft: The Borrowers Aloft is a children's fantasy novel by Mary Norton, published in 1961 by Dent in the UK and Harcourt in the US. It was the fourth of five books in a series that is usually called The Borrowers, inaugurated by The Borrowers in 1952.
The Borrowers (miniseries): The Borrowers is a BBC TV miniseries first broadcast in 1992 on BBC2 and then later on American television station TNT. The miniseries is adapted from the 1952 Carnegie Medal-winning first novel and the second novel of author Mary Norton's The Borrowers series: The Borrowers and The Borrowers Afield . The film stars Ian Holm, Penelope Wilton and Rebecca Callard and was directed by John Henderson.
The Borrowers (1973 film): The Borrowers is a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV special first broadcast in 1973 on NBC. This made for television special is adapted from the 1952 Carnegie Medal-winning first novel of author Mary Norton's The Borrowers series: The Borrowers. The film stars Eddie Albert, Tammy Grimes and Judith Anderson and was directed by Walter C. Miller.