The Duchess of Duke Street

Season 2 Episode 14

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Dec 10, 1977 on BBC
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Lottie returns from Switzerland for the summer with her favourite teacher, Olive Bradford. The Major takes an immediate interest in the free-thinking woman. Lottie gets caught up in high society, much to Louisa's disgust.

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    Pauline Quirke

    Pauline Quirke

    Pearl

    Guest Star

    Felicity Gibson

    Felicity Gibson

    Lady Angela

    Guest Star

    Richard Morant

    Richard Morant

    Howard Blenkiron

    Guest Star

    Lalla Ward

    Lalla Ward

    Lottie

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Major: I'm very fond of mountains. I remember once in Africa, the Kilimanjaro.
        Olive: You've been up the Kilimanjaro?
        Major: Well, not all the way.
        Olive: Breathless!
        Major: Yes, I was rather.

      • Lottie: (about Louisa) She's behaving like some Victorian mama in 1880. She lets everyone else do what they like in this hotel except me.

      • Louisa: (about Olive) I've paid good money for that school and it's down the drain if all it can supply is teachers like her. Professional virgins filling young girls' heads with tales of Paris and Polish lovers and whatever other rubbish comes in their frustrated imaginations.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Howard: Angela's a walking DeBrett's, but occasionally some of her pages are missing.

        DeBrett's has been publishing a guide of British peerage since 1769.

      • Howard and Lottie go to see "Love Among The Paint Pots", a 1921 comedy by Gertrude Jennings, starring Owen Nares.

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