Bramwell

Season 3 Episode 9

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Aired Unknown Jun 30, 1997 on ITV
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When Dr. Finn O'Neill returns once again to London, he is famed for his pioneering work with immunization. As a human being, however, he has not improved at all. He sees no reason why he should avoid the Bramwells despite his shameful treatment of Eleanor, and even tries to resume their former relationship, even with his young wife ill in the same room.
Robert, who has never liked Dr. O'Neill, suspects that Emmaline O'Neill's mysterious and increasingly serious illness may in fact be the result of some unspeakable experiment being carried out by the ambitious Dr. Finn to further his own career. A clandestine visit to the Irish doctor's laboratory reveals a damaging truth with which Robert could end O'Neill's career.
As Alice and Robert's wedding draws near, Kate becomes convinced that her job is not safe, since Alice will be bringing her own domestic staff.moreless

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    Paloma Baeza

    Paloma Baeza

    Emmaline O'Neill

    Guest Star

    Patrick Godfrey

    Patrick Godfrey

    Bishop of Stepney

    Guest Star

    Edward Jewesbury

    Edward Jewesbury

    Mr. Porlock

    Guest Star

    Andrew Connolly

    Andrew Connolly

    Dr Finn O'Neill

    Recurring Role

    Maureen Beattie

    Maureen Beattie

    Alice Costigan

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • As in the previous episode, the credits remade by WGBH for Masterpiece Theatre introduced some typographical errors:

        Maureen Beatty's name is misspelled "Beattie"
        Construction Manager Geoff Kingsley's name, as before, is misspelled "Kinglsey"
        Script Editor Theresa Garnett's name is misspelled "Ganett"

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Kate is reciting to herself the order of letters on the typewriter keyboard: "QWERTYU ..., QWERTYU...." Robert, entering the room, asks, "Did you say something?" Kate mumbles, "No, sir. Poetry." Pleasantly surprised, Robert says, "I didn't know you like poetry!" Flustered, she explains, "Oh, I hate it, sir. But sometimes I like it. When you want something to think about, there it is." Robert can only shake his head in bewilderment.

    • NOTES (2)

      • In the US Masterpiece Theatre edition, this episode was used to open the sixth and final series, thus being shown ahead of the previous episode, as "Bramwell VI, episode 1". The remaining episodes of Bramwell were left in their original order and format (that is, the two-hour episodes of the final series were not broken into one-hour segments), and shown as "Bramwell VI, episodes 3-5".

      • More crew:
        Production Accountant ... Linda Gregory
        Assistant Accountant ... Patricia Poole
        Location Manager ... Jonathan Allott
        Construction Manager ... Geoff KingsleyProduction Buyer ... Ray Lee
        Standby Propmen ... Bill Hargreaves, Barry Arnold and Darryl Paterson
        Construction Chargehand ... Bob Devine
        Chargehand Painter ... Michael Sotheran
        Dubbing Mixer ... Colin Martin
        Dubbing Editors ... Laura Lovejoy and Richard Dunford
        Assistant Costume Designer ... Robert Worley
        Wardrobe Supervisor ... Suzi Turnbull
        Script Editor ... Theresa Garnett
        Make-Up Designer ... Stella O'Farrell
        Series Editor ... Lucy Gannon

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