The Onedin Line

Season 3 Episode 2

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Oct 28, 1973 on BBC
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James picks up a strange woman floating in a canoe off the coast of Brazil. A miners' strike puts Robert in a difficult position.

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    Caroline Harris

    Caroline Harris

    Caroline Maudslay

    Guest Star

    Judith Pollard

    Judith Pollard

    Eileen Mercy

    Guest Star

    John Phillips

    John Phillips

    Jack Frazer

    Recurring Role

    Robert James

    Robert James

    Mr Biddulph

    Recurring Role

    David Garfield (II)

    David Garfield (II)

    Samuel Plimsoll

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Robert: James has left the entire conduct of the business in my hands.
        Elizabeth: Yes, he's been very neglectful of late.

      • Sarah: This was my first speech. Do you think I adequately expressed the sentiments of the meeting?
        Elizabeth: Sarah, it hardly added to Robert's image of himself as a fire-eating, radical reformer.

      • James: Did you sign anything?
        Robert: No.
        James: Good, that's settled then. Your word signifies nothing.

      • Frazer: My son's been a sore disappointment to me.
        Elizabeth: He has promised to send for me.
        Frazer: When he's made his fortune, no doubt. That day will come when Nelson gets his eye back.

      • Robert: I don't see why I have to go to Sweden.
        Sarah: The voyage will do you good.
        Robert: But, Sarah, I don't speak Swedish!
        Sarah: All educated foreigners speak English.

      • Robert: (about Caroline) Strikes me you hauled in more than you can handle when you fished her out of the sea.
        James: Well, if she's only trouble, we can always throw her back again.

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