The House of Eliott

Season 3 Episode 8

Episode Thirty-Two

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Aired Unknown Feb 20, 1993 on BBC
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Episode Thirty-Two
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Betty's role in the production of the Crystal collection may mean that she loses her job. Will the sisters accept infomation about Larry and Grace's whereabouts in return for Betty's job? The House of Eliott business continues to suffer as a result of the recent scandal. Norman is at the end of his tether where Tilly is concerned and takes drastic action. Agnes discovers a hidden talent. Jack makes his first political speech to an antagonistic crowd. A weekend spent at a client of the House of Eliott's brings two announcements; one from Jack and one from Daniel.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

    Phyllis Calvert

    Phyllis Calvert

    Mrs Gurney

    Guest Star

    Daphne Oxenford

    Daphne Oxenford

    Mrs Dodds

    Guest Star

    Timothy Carlton

    Timothy Carlton

    Mr Simpkins

    Guest Star

    Toby Whitehouse

    Toby Whitehouse

    Norman Foss

    Recurring Role

    Richard Lintern

    Richard Lintern

    Daniel Page

    Recurring Role

    Ian Redford

    Ian Redford

    Larry Cotter

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Agnes gives Barney the sheet music for her favourite song and asks him to play it. The song is The Boy I Love is up in the Gallery originally made famous in 1885 by Marie Lloyd, the popular music hall performer.

      • In the pub, Agnes sings Waiting At The Church. This was originally sung by Vesta Victoria, the popular music hall singer and comedienne, in 1906.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Daniel has trouble understanding etiquette)
        Hector: We've organised a hunt for tomorrow, would you like to come? You would be most welcome I must say.
        Daniel: I don't think so. Slaughtering animals for fun isn't to our taste. The kill doesn't thrill.

      • (Jack contemplates the benefits of having a strict nanny for his daughter)
        Jack: Lucy may be a Maddox in name but she's an Eliott by nature. She needs a firm hand.

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