The House of Eliott

Season 3 Episode 10

Episode Thirty-Four

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Aired Unknown Mar 06, 1993 on BBC
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Episode Thirty-Four
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Evie and Daniel contemplate the Paris bursary and Tilly and Norman accept Lady Westlake's generous offer. Agnes' dreams come true, much to the surprise of some of the workroom staff. The venue for the latest House of Eliott collection is cancelled and there is a last minute rush to find a new, suitable location. Jack begins his political campaign against Conservative candidate John Crowborough. However, when things get dirty and the truth is manipulated, it has disasterous consequences. Miles' parents show a financial interest in the House of Eliott business, but will everyone be happy?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

    Judy Campbell

    Judy Campbell

    Lady Westlake

    Guest Star

    Yvonne Gilan

    Yvonne Gilan

    Faith Bannister

    Guest Star

    David Burke (I)

    David Burke (I)

    Sir John Crowborough

    Guest Star

    Richard Lintern

    Richard Lintern

    Daniel Page

    Recurring Role

    Robert Hands

    Robert Hands

    Miles Bannister

    Recurring Role

    Toby Whitehouse

    Toby Whitehouse

    Norman Foss

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Jack is declared the winner of the bi-election his middle name is announced as being William. However, when he took his wedding vows, it was Edward. (See episode 1 series 2) Edward would be more logical as that is his father's name.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • (Evie's last stand)
        Evie : Don't imagine getting rid of couture will be so easy. I've changed my mind about going to Paris, I'm going to stay here. And as long as I remain a Director of the House of Eliott, I will fight you, every step of the way.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode ends on a cliff hanger; there is no resolution about the future of the House of Eliott business. The studios where the BBC filmed the series burned down and no plans where made to begin production in the new premises. This is often cited as the cause for the 'unresolved' resolution.

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