The House of Eliott

Season 3 Episode 1

Episode Twenty-Five

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Aired Unknown Jan 02, 1993 on BBC
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Episode Twenty-Five
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After living it up in the USA, the House of Eliott entourage returns to London. Some familar faces have gone and there are some new arrivals. Bea is concerned that nobody knows of Jack's where abouts and Alice's temporary replacement proves hard work. Meanwhile, Madge struggles to reunite with her husband. A young, struggling designer, Grace Keeble, sells the sisters some of her designs but they are livid when she breaks business etiquette. Larry Cotter tries to convince Evie to expand into ready to wear. A business associate from the USA, Donald, arrives and is obviously attracted to Bea.moreless

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Jean Trend

Jean Trend

Doris Althorpe

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Lindy Alexander

Lindy Alexander

Miriam Sargisson

Guest Star

Tricia George

Tricia George

Mrs Armstong

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Ian Redford

Ian Redford

Larry Cotter

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Jamie Foreman

Jamie Foreman

Gerry Althorpe

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Bill Taylor

Bill Taylor

Charles Quance

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    • Evie: What's happened Bea?
      Bea: I can't find Jack. No one can.

    • (Evie is curious about Donald)
      Bea: There's a lovely telegraph from Donald, I mean wire...'Welcome home. America's loss is England's gain. In touch soon.'
      Evie: You made a great impression on Donald Bradley.
      Bea: Well I should think so we brought a lot of prestige to Sears Robuck.
      Evie: Is that all?
      Bea: I obviously failed miserably in how I brought you up; you are far too nosey for your own good.

    • (Madge and her mother-in-law swap cooking tips)
      Madge: They call it ground beef in America and they make it into sort of rissoles, hamburgers...
      Mrs Althopre: I don't think I fancy that.
      Madge: Oh no, they were lovely...
      Mrs Althopre: We had a lovely capon for Christmas, didn't we Gerry? A bit too much for the two of us but is was ever so nice.

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