Bramwell

Season 2 Episode 1

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Aired Unknown Apr 15, 1996 on ITV
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On their way to an auction to bid for a building neighbouring the Thrift, Robert and Eleanor are caught up in a horrific train crash on the underground near King William Street station. Robert suffers a broken arm, and so is only able to direct Eleanor in amputating the crushed leg of a fellow passenger, in order to extricate him from the wreckage. Upon bringing their patient, Peter Mills, to the Thrift, they are surprised when his two younger brothers arrive on the scene and take up protective positions. It turns out that the Mills brothers are notorious local gangsters, and soon the grateful Peter produces the deed to the building Eleanor had presumed was lost. But there is a price to pay, and when Peter's wound turns septic with gas gangrene, he will not allow anyone but Eleanor perform the further amputation. His brothers are more than a little obstructive, and it quickly becomes apparent that they will not long mourn their elder sibling, should he shuffle off his mortal coil.moreless

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    Tom Georgeson

    Tom Georgeson

    Peter Mills

    Guest Star

    Charles Dale

    Charles Dale

    Mr. Duncan

    Guest Star

    Graham Kent

    Graham Kent

    Mick Mills

    Guest Star

    Kevin McMonagle

    Kevin McMonagle

    Joe Marsham

    Recurring Role

    Cliff Parisi

    Cliff Parisi

    Daniel Bentley

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • "You're the pearl in my oyster, Nurse Carr. And the spring in my step. (Not to mention the pain in my arse.)" --Daniel Bentley

      • "I had to do some hard bargaining. The old man who bought it, he fell down the stairs. He broke both his knees. Terrible accidents happen. I feel safer here," Peter Mills says to Eleanor when she tries to refuse his gift of the deed to the old warehouse.

      • Eleanor: Don't worry, I am a doctor!
        Peter Mills: Oh yeah? Well that makes me the Sultan of Ogga-Boggaland, dunnit?

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      • More crew:Production Accountant ... Linda GregoryLocation Manager ... Robert JordanAssistant Editor ... Andrew MacRitchieConstruction Manager ... Geoff KingsleyProduction Buyer ... Ray LeeStandby Props ... Bill Hargreaves and Darryl PatersonConstruction Chargehand ... Bob DevineChargehand Painter ... Michael SotheranAssistant Costume Designer ... Robert WorleyWardrobe Mistress ... Sarah TouaibiDubbing Editor ... Michael HopkinsDubbing Mixer ... Colin MartinMake-Up Designer ... Anne Spiers

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