The House of Eliott

Season 1 Episode 8

Episode Eight

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Aired Unknown Oct 19, 1991 on BBC
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Sarah White commissions some outfits from The House of Eliott but when Beatrice realises who her husband is, it puts them all in a difficult situation. It emerges that Henry Eliott was instrumental in breaking up the relationship between Philip White and Beatrice some years ago. Despite being married, Philip is keen to renew their acquaintance. Bea contemplates reciprocating his advances. Jack begins to feel jealous about Bea’s rapport with Philip. Evie continues to grow closer to Sebastian and is determined to go to Paris with him, despite Bea’s reservations. Animosity between the sisters grows as they disagree about the different men in their lives. Sir Desmond acts as an effective mediator. Work at the mission continues to occupy all Penny’s time and Aunt Lydia decides to lend her a helping hand. Jack becomes disillusioned with the photography business. Hugo has car trouble and Evie makes a lucky escape. Sebastian makes an explosive exit.moreless

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Cathy Murphy

Cathy Murphy

Tilly Watkins

Stella Gonet

Stella Gonet

Beatrice 'Bea' Eliott

Louise Lombard

Louise Lombard

Evangeline 'Evie' Eliott

Aden Gillett

Aden Gillett

Jack Maddox

Judy Flynn

Judy Flynn

Madge Howell

Michael Grandage

Michael Grandage

Hugo Bunting

Guest Star

Benedick Blythe

Benedick Blythe

Captain Philip White

Guest Star

Jackie Smith-Wood

Jackie Smith-Wood

Sarah White

Guest Star

Barbara Jefford

Barbara Jefford

Lady Lydia Eliott

Recurring Role

David de Keyser

David de Keyser

Sir Desmond Gillispie

Recurring Role

Francesca Folan

Francesca Folan

Penelope Maddox

Recurring Role

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