Upstairs, Downstairs

Season 4 Episode 11

Missing Believed Killed

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Aired Unknown Nov 23, 1974 on ITV
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After a week of uncertainty about Major Bellamy's fate in France, the family gets some good news from Georgina. When Hazel and Richard travel to the continent to pick up their wounded loved one, some tension arises between Hazel and Georgina.

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    Jean Marsh

    Jean Marsh

    Rose Buck, housemaid

    Ian Ogilvy

    Ian Ogilvy

    Lawrence Kirbridge

    Hannah Gordon

    Hannah Gordon

    Virginia Hamilton/ Bellamy

    Lesley-Anne Down

    Lesley-Anne Down

    Georgina Worsley

    Patsy Smart

    Patsy Smart

    Maude Roberts, Lady Bellamy's maid

    Raymond Huntley

    Raymond Huntley

    Sir Geoffrey Dillon

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • Rose: Better to be killed outright. Gotta die some time. Better to have a memory of somebody whole than go on living with only half a person.

      • Georgina: I do hope you'll be comfortable in the village inn. I've never stayed there. The patron - Mr Boullion we call him - has become a friend. James and I had dinner there once, a long time ago. Mr Boullion thought we were having a secret romance, gave us the most solicitous attention.

      • Hazel Bellamy: It wasn't very dignified fighting for my husband in a ward full of soldiers.

      • Ruby: I'd only marry somebody that's been on the front.

      • James Bellamy: When I was in that shell hole, I could feel Mother's presence more strongly than anything. Whether she'd come to protect me or she'd come to claim me, I don't know. It didn't matter, she was there.
        Richard Bellamy: She was here too.

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      • Hazel rewards the servants for their efforts by giving them the night off to see George Robey. George Robey (1869-1954) was a music hall star known as the Prime Minister of Mirth. His signature song was "If You Were The Only Girl (In The World)".

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