The House of Eliott

Season 2 Episode 6

Episode Eighteen

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Aired Unknown Oct 11, 1992 on BBC
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Episode Eighteen
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The dire House of Eliott finances continue to be a major concern and Joseph is determined to obtain incriminating evidence against Ralph. Jack's film premier is held at Montford Hall and the sisters are introduced to M.P. Alexander and Royal companion Elizabeth Montford. While Elizabeth begins to frequent the House of Eliott, Alexander and Evie find themselves attracted to one another. Jack and Bea's marriage becomes increasingly troubled. When Tilly and Madge go against Florence's instructions, it results in an impulsive resignation and a tragedy.moreless

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Roger Watkins

Roger Watkins

Alfred Ranby

Guest Star

Natalie Abbott

Natalie Abbott

Jenny

Guest Star

Martin Neville

Martin Neville

Auctioneer

Guest Star

Michael Culver

Michael Culver

Ralph Saroyan

Recurring Role

Maggie Ollerenshaw

Maggie Ollerenshaw

Florence Ranby

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Rupert Frazer

Rupert Frazer

Alexander Montford

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Elizabeth is eager to gossip about Gille Caragnac. This is a reference to the French couturier who tried to induce the sisters to work for him in Paris and the man who succeeded in seducing Evie. See episode 1 series 2.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Tilly: It's always us that gets the sharp end of the stick innit?
      Madge: I know where I'd like to shove that stick!

    • (Little does Bea know what's going on in the street)
      Bea: I'm not accepting Florence's resignation. We need her skills as a cutter…when she comes back tomorrow to collect her things, hopefully the air will be cleared.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • When Bea, Evie and Jack go to stay at Montford Hall, Elizabeth and Alexander explain how they brought many of their pieces of art work from the Paris Exhibition. They are referring to the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes that was held in Paris in 1925.

    • Elizabeth tells Bea and Evie that Alexander saw her picture in The Tatler and decided he wanted to marry her. She is referring to the glossy, society magazine that was first published in 1901.

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