Sir Bernard's Stately Homes

Season 1 Episode 4

Bronson House

Aired Wednesday 10:20 PM Jun 02, 1999 on BBC Two
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Bronson House
Sir Bernard Chumley (off the Telly) and sidekick Tony Rodgers, visit Bronson House, the country retreat of Princess Anne. They are met by Penelope Lowe (Julie T Wallace), the housekeeper who's mother is ill and leaves them on strict instructions not to enter the Princess Royal's private chambers. When left alone in the house, Chumley and Tony of course ransack the bedroom and try on the Princess's clothes. However, they soon run into their rivals and mirror images from a similar show, Sir Herbert Lumley (David Foxxe) and his sidekick, (Rodger) Paul Putner.moreless

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    Paul Putner

    Paul Putner

    Roger Anthony

    Guest Star

    Julie T. Wallace

    Julie T. Wallace

    Penelope Lowe

    Guest Star

    Mike Wattam

    Mike Wattam


    Guest Star

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      • Sir Bernard's Quotes

        Allen's crips: "At last a crisp for straights and gays alike."

        "I didn't ring anyone, did you?"
        "No, not unless it was one of my "uh ur uh ur uh ur aaaa" phone calls."

        "What the f**k do you look like?"
        "I thought I looked quite nice!"

        "Still dressing up like a lady then?"

        "Where do I start? Arson. Kidnap. Piracy."

        "As If I'd risk going back to prison just to win a years supply of Crisps!"
        "That would be madness."

        "Battersy Dog's home offered me a job but I only like cats!"


        "Shall we go and drown that cat in a bucket?"

        "Can I kick you below the knee and effectively break your leg? All right - I'll just take a run up."

        "You fit the description. One aging homosexual actor and one four-eyed ex-convict."

        2Princess Anne - still a beautiful woman!"

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