Upstairs, Downstairs

Season 3 Episode 3

A Change of Scene

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Aired Unknown Nov 10, 1973 on ITV
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A Change of Scene
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Hudson accompanies James Bellamy to a country house for a weekend shooting party. Hudson receives a tempting job offer and James renews his acquaintance with a childhood friend, Lady Diana Russell. However, James soon tires of his idle rich friends and finds himself thinking of home.

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    Jean Marsh

    Jean Marsh

    Rose Buck, housemaid

    Gordon Jackson

    Gordon Jackson

    Mr. Angus Hudson, Butler

    Simon Williams

    Simon Williams

    Captain/Major James Bellamy

    David Langton

    David Langton

    Richard Bellamy

    Meg Wynn Owen

    Meg Wynn Owen

    Hazel Forrest Bellamy

    Angela Baddeley

    Angela Baddeley

    Mrs. Kate Bridges, cook

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      • Lord Charles: James is coming? Good!


        Mrs Cochrane-Danby: So embarrassing his mother having gone down on the Titanic. One feels quite inhibited about mentioning water. Cochy, you had better drink soda with your whiskey while you're here.

      • Hudson: As far as my place is concerned, I think I should be content to quote the old Scottisch saying and remark that 'Where McGregor sits, is the head of the table'. No, no, Mrs Kenton, in my own house in Eaton Place I am, as it were, master below stairs. I don't expect anyone to question my authority there and I would not dream of questioning your authority here.

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      • James is instructed to take his grandmother to see Fred Terry. Fred Terry (1864-1932) was a famous romantic actor, younger brother of Ellen Terry.

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