Lillie

Season 1 Episode 10

Home on the Range

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Nov 25, 1978 on ITV
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Home on the Range
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During her second tour of America preparations are made to get American citizenship for Lillie as this would simplify a divorce from Edward. But she's afraid that Edward might hear about Jeanne Marie in such proceedings. Her hesitation causes the end of her relationship with Freddie Gebhard. When Oscar Wilde offers her the role of a woman with an illegitimate daughter, Lillie also breaks off contact with her early benefactor.moreless

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    Christina Greatrex

    Christina Greatrex

    Lillian Russell

    Guest Star

    Garrick Hagon

    Garrick Hagon

    Bury Dasent

    Guest Star

    David Healy

    David Healy

    Diamond Jim Brady

    Guest Star

    Patrick Holt

    Patrick Holt

    Dean Le Breton

    Recurring Role

    John Barcroft

    John Barcroft

    Francis Knollys

    Recurring Role

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      • Langtry, Texas, is not actually named for Lillie. Judge Roy Bean's saloon "The Jersey Lily" is named for her. Lillie did, eventually, go there. But not until after Bean had passed away.

      • Lillie purchased upwards of 4500 acres in California, which she owned from 1888 until 1906. Included on this property was a 350 acre vinyard, which is still bottling wine today. Look for wines with the Guenoc label and you will find that her face is still marketable.

      • The town of Langtry in Texas was built by the Southern Pacific Railroad (this also means that Lillie's line that there isn't even a railroad going there is another error) and was named after George Langtry, an engineer and conductor who worked for them. It IS a remarkable coincidence that a man who admired Lillie so much lived there.

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