The Pallisers

Season 1 Episode 19

Part Nineteen

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Aired Unknown May 25, 1974 on BBC Two
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Mr. Chaffanbrass begins his defence of Finn by showing that there was another who had a stronger motive for murder, and by pointing out that no one saw who actually committed the murder. Mr. Monk and Plantagenet stand as character witnesses. The prosecution manages to slander Finn, the Irish and many others in its summing up. In the time-honoured tradition of courtroom drama, Marie shows up at the last moment with a man who is able to prove that Emilius had made a key that would allow him to leave his boarding house without being seen. When Peter Praska recognizes Emilius the trial is brought to a close and Finn is totally exonerated. The trial has come close to unhinging Phineas. It is Plantagenet who brings him back to his senses. Finn's return to Parliament is a triumph. He, at last, realizes just how special Marie's love for him is. This, inevitably, leads to an ugly scene with Laura. Glencora finds a way, with Marie's help, to assist in getting Adelaide and Gerard married. At the nuptials for Marie and Phineas, we learn that the Liberals are about to lose power. We finish with an exquisite scene between Glencora and Plantagenet, who have come so very far in their lives together.moreless

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    Peter Vaughan

    Peter Vaughan

    Mr. Chaffenbrass

    Guest Star

    John Phillips

    John Phillips

    Sir Gregory Grogram

    Guest Star

    Carleton Hobbs

    Carleton Hobbs

    Lord Chief Justice

    Guest Star

    Robin Bailey

    Robin Bailey

    Mr. Gresham

    Recurring Role

    Peter Sallis

    Peter Sallis

    Mr. Bonteen

    Recurring Role

    Anthony Ainley

    Anthony Ainley

    Rev. Emilius

    Recurring Role

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