The Onedin Line

Season 1 Episode 13

Shadow of doubt

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Jan 14, 1972 on BBC
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Shadow of doubt
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Robert's slip of the tongue makes Albert Frazer suspect his son was fathered by someone else. James tries to make some money transporting emigrants to Canada and encounters unexpected problems.

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    Anne Stallybrass

    Anne Stallybrass

    Anne Onedin (1971-1972, Seasons 1 and 2)

    Howard Lang

    Howard Lang

    Baines

    Jessica Benton

    Jessica Benton

    Elizabeth Frazer (nee Onedin)

    Philip Bond

    Philip Bond

    Albert Frazer

    Brian Rawlinson

    Brian Rawlinson

    Robert Onedin

    Mary Webster

    Mary Webster

    Sarah Onedin

    Walter Horsbrugh

    Walter Horsbrugh

    Doctor

    Guest Star

    Alan Tucker

    Alan Tucker

    Jeremy Stirling

    Guest Star

    Joanna Cooper

    Joanna Cooper

    Kate Stirling

    Guest Star

    James Hayter

    James Hayter

    Captain Webster

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      • Elizabeth: The circumstances were that my brother couldn't hold his wine, stumbled over a name, which resulted in you calling your wife "whore".
        Albert: The name tripped off my tongue. "Trollop" would be the closer term, but being on somewhat unfamiliar terms, the choice is down to you.

      • Albert: I know James too well. He enforces his will by exploiting weakness, not by behaving like a price fighter.

      • Elizabeth: I was born in a neighbourhood where the intentions of a strolling gentleman were abundantly clear. It's understood, of course, that gentlemen are entitled to their experiences before they marry their virtuous ladies. With whom do you think they gain their experience? With shop girls and milliners, but not with me!

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