The Onedin Line

Season 1 Episode 15

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Jan 28, 1972 on BBC
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After Albert Frazer has convinced him to invest in building a steamship, James turns the Onedin Line into a public company, with unforeseen results. The first voyage of Captain Baines brings more 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

    Edward Chapman

    Edward Chapman

    Callon

    Brian Rawlinson

    Brian Rawlinson

    Robert Onedin

    Nigel Lambert

    Nigel Lambert

    Tranter

    Guest Star

    James Garbutt

    James Garbutt

    Tapscott

    Guest Star

    John Phillips

    John Phillips

    Mr Frazer

    Guest Star

    James Hayter

    James Hayter

    Captain Webster

    Recurring Role

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      • James: Albert, the day that you can show me how a steamship can bring in a better profit than two of sail, I'll give you an order.

      • Mr Frazer: You broke your mother's heart.
        Albert: Nonsense, Mama has a heart of flint as well you know.
        Mr Frazer: Under my roof you'll speak respectfully of your mother or not at all.
        Albert: I speak of her much as you treat her.

      • James: Show me the way to continual profits and you'll find me the easiest man in the world to persuade.

      • Baines: Ever stopped off in Rio, Mr Tranter?
        Tranter: Aye, aye, sir. Wasted a lot of strength and money along that waterfront.
        Baines: Hops and whores, the curse of seafaring men.

      • Callon: Young Albert call the proposed vessel a floating warehouse. Frazer's folly, that's what I call it. Can you imagine it, a sailing ship without masts, spars or sails? It's nothing but a hulk, a perambulating hulk.

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