The Pallisers

Part Thirteen

Season 1, Ep 13, Aired 4/13/74
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  • Episode Description
  • Lizzie receives her demand to bring the necklace to London for a final decision. On the train Lizzie gets several recommendations, mostly nefarious, on what to do with her diamonds. The overnight stop finds the safe containing the diamonds vanished, and a nice little mystery set up for our viewing pleasure. Lizzie, foolishly, reveals to Lord George that she does still have them, as she is simply trying to keep them from Lord Fawn and the lawyers' clutches. After a night at the theatre, Lizzie finds that the diamonds really have been stolen, and, although her maid is suspected, her previous lies leave her in a real bind. We meet the entire brood of the Fawn family and, quickly find Clara in charge of all. She directs Lord Fawn towards Marie Goesler, and he fumbles his way, gloriously, through a mystifying proposal to her. Glencora, beyond all reasoning, takes up Lizzie's cause and pledges her assistance. As the episode ends Lizzie's maid has been captured.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Barbara Murray

    Marie Goesler

  • Philip Latham

    Plantagenet

  • Derek Jacobi

    Lord Fawn

  • Susan Hampshire

    Glencora

  • Sarah Badel

    Lizzie Eustace

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Trivia (3)

    • The play that Lizzie and Mrs Carbuncle attend is called "The Noble Jilt".

    • The first time that Penelope's Keith's character's name is mentioned by Lady Fawn she calls her Flora, but from then on she is called Clara.

    • Sergeant Bunfit Bunfit gets his pronouns mixed up. After describing how the maid will have assisted a professional thief he says: "But no doubt he let her in, showed her where to go, and told her what he might expect to find."

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