The Duchess of Duke Street

Season 1 Episode 9

The Outsiders

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Oct 30, 1976 on BBC
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Lord Haslemere tries to find a purpose in life. Meanwhile he allows a guest in the hotel who's obviously not a member of high society.

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Joan Benham

Joan Benham

Lady Williams

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Ronald Lacey

Ronald Lacey

Arthur Shepherd

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Derek Smith

Derek Smith

Stanley Parker

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Charlie: There's nothing worse than seeing your horses being badly ridden by a woman who thinks because you're in love with her, you won't mind. Why do I get myself involved in these stupid intrigues?


      Louisa: I suppose because you got nothing better to do?

    • Shepherd: English people don't buy paintings. They always think they could do them themselves if only they had the time.

    • Charlie: (seeing Parker with the hotel dog) Are you getting introduced to Fred? That's an honour, isn't it, Starr? Most people don't meet Fred formally until their second visit.

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    • Music: When Charlie and Parker return home drunk, they sing "Champagne Charlie", a 19th-century music hall song written by Alfred Lee and H.J. Whymark.

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