Masterpiece Theatre - Season 4

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Sunday 9:00 PM on PBS Premiered Jan 10, 1971 In Season

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  • The Nine Tailors (4)
    5/4/75
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    As Lord Peter Wimsey (Ian Carmichael), a determined sleuth, continues to seek clues and answers, he finds help from unexpected sources during a countryside flood. The remaining pieces of the puzzle slowly begin to fall into place, wrapping up the many loose ends surrounding jewel theft, church architecture and more.
  • The Nine Tailors (3)
    4/27/75
    0.0
    After a tragic car accident, Wimsey finds himself stranded in France. During his stay, Wimsey learns of Lady Thorpes death. During chats with her family, he learns about a jewel thief that struck the family 20 years ago. Wimsey aims to find the jewels along with the thief that was involved.moreless
  • The Nine Tailors (2)
    4/20/75
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    The Nine Tailors (2) from the show Masterpiece Theatre continues with the hunt for the stolen Wilbraham emeralds. There are few leads on the case, as the man imprisoned for the crime does not have the jewels in his possession. When they uncover the body of a dead man, Wimsey must solve a murder mystery while uncovering the truth behind the jewels.moreless
  • The Nine Tailors (1)
    4/13/75
    0.0
    A daring jewel robbery at an English country house in 1914 begins this murder mystery. The priceless Wilbraham Emeralds are never recovered, though police arrest inside man Jeffrey Deacon and notorious jewel thief Cranton. Lord Peter Wimsey (Ian Carmichael), a houseguest during the burglary, pursues the escaping thief. Lord Peter suffers shell shock in the war, and hires his sergeant Bunter (Glyn Houston) as his post-war butler. Lost in the fen country in darkness, they return to the scene of the crime.moreless
  • Vienna 1900 (6)
    Vienna 1900 (6)
    Episode 27
    4/6/75
    0.0
    Vienna 1900 is a six part drama series based on short stories written by author and dramatist Arthur Schnitzler. Episode 6, entitled The Spring Sonata, tells the story of Bertha, a widow who when younger had a relationship with a young man who become a famous Viennese musician. Bertha decides to contact the man and travels from Australia to Vienna to meet him. The couple engage in a passionate affair which, when it ends, leaves Bertha examining her own feelings and the attitude of those around her.moreless
  • Vienna 1900 (5)
    Vienna 1900 (5)
    Episode 26
    3/30/75
    0.0
    Vienna 1900, from the show Masterpiece Theatre, is a six-part British drama episode series, airing first on BBC in 1973, followed by the U.S. showing nine years later. Based on three well-known short stories by Arthur Schnitzler, a professional ironist, Schnitzler's five characters face struggles on romantic journeys to find love. Doctor Graesler, (Robert Stephens) an observer, binds the cast together amidst the beautiful, yet fragile setting among the elite aristocrats of Vienna at the turn of the century.moreless
  • Vienna 1900 (4)
    Vienna 1900 (4)
    Episode 25
    3/23/75
    0.0
    Vienna 1900 is a drama series based on short stories written by Viennese born Dr Arthur Schnitzler. Episode 4 of the series is the second part of a story about retired middle-aged Dr Graesler (Robert Stephens) who after the suicide of his sister, falls in love with Sabine whilst on holiday. Unfortunately Sabine does not share his feelings but offers him a marriage of convenience. Dr Graesler takes time to consider her proposal and returns home. After reaching his decision the Doctor returns to the holiday island only to find that Sabine has changed her plans.moreless
  • Vienna 1900 (3)
    Vienna 1900 (3)
    Episode 24
    3/16/75
    0.0
    Vienna 1900 is a six part mini series based on short stories written by Austrian author Dr Arthur Schnitzler. Episode 3, entitled The Confirmed Bachelor, tells the story of Dr Graesler ( Robert Stephens) who leads a settled life living with his elderly sister. However the doctor's peaceful life changes when his sister commits suicide. Dr Graesler goes on holiday and falls in love with Sabine. However Sabines does not share his feelings but proposes a marriage of convenience.moreless
  • Vienna 1900 (2)
    Vienna 1900 (2)
    Episode 23
    3/9/75
    0.0
    Vienna 1900 is a six part drama of short stories written by Arthur Schnitzler. Episode 2 of the series, entitled The Man of Honour, tells the story of Alfred who is fond of his girlfriend Elsie (Cheryl Murray) but not wanting a long-term relationship with her. Alfred meets Adel (Vanessa Miles, ) the daughter of a wealthy factory owner. Adel's father asks his daughter to wait for a year before committing herself to Alfred. During this time Alfred wonders how to end his relationship with Elsie but she becomes ill and he hopes this may bring an end to his problemmoreless
  • Vienna 1900 (1)
    Vienna 1900 (1)
    Episode 22
    3/2/75
    0.0
    Vienna 1900 is a drama series consisting of short stories written by Arthur Schnitzler. Episode 1 of the series, entitled Mother and Son, tells the story of widow Beate Heinold (Dorothy Tutin) and her teenage son Hugo (Christopher Guard). Dorothy worries about her son's relationship with a woman who she considers is immoral and will lead Hugo astray. As the story unfolds Dorothy begins to think about her own sexuality, desires and relationship with her deceased husband who she learns was unfaithful during their marriage.moreless
  • Country Matters: Series I (4)
    2/23/75
    0.0
    Country Matters: Series I (4). In "Crippled Bloom," Potter Jones (Joss Ackland) shares a household with his wife, Ruby (Pauline Collins), and her unmarried sister, Nan (Anna Cropper) in the English countryside just after World War I. Their previously peaceful home becomes a tense emotional battlefield when a love triangle develops.moreless
  • Country Matters: Series I (3)
    2/16/75
    0.0
    Young Tommy is fascinated by the Sullens sisters, Rachel and Lindy. When Rachel finds herself in a tricky situation, Tommy nobly offers to help her out, but his mother intervenes. After Tommy starts seeing Lindy, however, he ends up in an even more difficult situation than Rachel's.
  • Country Matters: Series I (2)
    2/9/75
    0.0
    Country Matters: Series I (2). In "The Mill," 17-year-old Alice Hartop (Rosalind Ayres) moves into the home of Mr. and Mrs Holland (Ray Smith, Brenda Bruce) to run the household for the bedridden wife. When Mr. Holland tries to seduce her, Alice does not know how to refuse and soon becomes pregnant.moreless
  • Country Matters: Series I (1)
    2/2/75
    0.0
    Country Matters: Series I (1) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is based on the short stories of A.E. Coppard and H.E. Bates. Country Matters tells a story of life and love and how it affects the children and the people living in the farm communities of rural, post-World War I England.moreless
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: The Sudden Storm
    As Germany makes ready for the war, a number of relationships are carried on: Daisy and Edward, Georgina and Billy Laynton, and Mrs. Bridges by the local fishmonger. Meanwhile, Hazel and James decide they don't love each other anymore.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: Distant Thunder
    Richard must look after Hazel after the shock of losing a baby from miscarriage, while James consoles himself with Georgina.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: A Perfect Stranger
    When Rose is riding on a train to deliver a cake, a stranger accidentally falls on her lap and ruins the cake. To make amends, they have tea together and start to like each other. However, the servants at 165 Eaton Place must see if he is suitable.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: What the Footman Saw
    Edward is called to testify in a divorce case because of the goings on he saw in the bedrooms at the country estate. After this ordeal, he considers joining the army.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: Good Will to All Men
    James step cousin Georgina and the new house parlormaid become servants. They are overlooked during Christmas preparations and eventually steal some food from Mrs. Bridges to give to Emily.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: The Bolter
    Hazel, James, Rose, and Edward go for a weekend visit to the country estate, where scandal ensues.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: Word of Honor
    A friend gives Richard an investment tip but makes him promise not to tell it was him. When Richard is accused of trading on information obtained through his post in the government, he is called before a Secret Committee. However, he refuses to disclose his friend's name.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: Desirous of Change
    Two people fall for Richard. One, a foreign adventuress, claims to be a friend of Lady Marjorie's but is really after the money she thinks Richard has. The other is a parlormaid.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: Rose's Pigeon
    Alfred, a former footman, committs a murder and tricks Rose into letting him in and giving him food.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: A Family Secret
    Hazel the maid submits her resignation for "personal reasons" but the downstairs class, the servants, think the real reason may be James.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: A Change of Scene
    James and his valet Hudson visit Lord Bunny Newbury's house for a party. Bunny wants to marry Lady Diana Russell, but she wants to marry James. Meanwhile, Hudson gets an offer to be the butler at Somerby.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: A House Divided
    When Richard's typist begins running the house, Richard is concerned about its cost. Lady Marjorie's mother offers him a directorship job. It will help pay for the house, but may lose Richard's political independence.
  • Upstairs, Downstairs: Series II: Miss Forrest
    James and Hudson, a servant, get into an argument, but James does not want to apologize to a mere servant. However, things get sorted out right before Lady Marjorie leaves for America on the Titanic.
  • Murder Must Advertise (4)
    10/27/74
    8.5
    Lord Peter Wimsey and Chief Inspector Parker investigate murders and a drug-smuggling ring against the backdrop of a 1930's advertising company.
  • Murder Must Advertise (3)
    10/20/74
    5.8
    Lord Peter Wimsey and Chief Inspector Parker investigate murders and a drug-smuggling ring against the backdrop of a 1930's advertising company.
  • Murder Must Advertise (2)
    10/13/74
    8.5
    Lord Peter Wimsey and Chief Inspector Parker investigate murders and a drug-smuggling ring against the backdrop of a 1930's advertising company.
  • Murder Must Advertise (1)
    10/6/74
    8.5
    Lord Peter Wimsey and Chief Inspector Parker investigate murders and a drug-smuggling ring against the backdrop of a 1930's advertising company.
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