Upstairs, Downstairs

Season 3 Episode 8

The Bolter

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Aired Unknown Dec 15, 1973 on ITV
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The Bolter
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James takes Hazel to the country for a week-end of fox hunting. Edward and Rose accompany them. Hazel is ill at ease in the society of the other guests. Below stairs Edward's good looks attract the attention of a flirtatious maid. While heading for her bedroom in the middle of the night, he sees Lord Charles Gilmour is also on his way to an assignation. Hazel joins the hunt against James's wishes but is the victim of a cruel prank by Diana Newbury. James is more concerned for his embarrassment than his wife's feelings. When Hazel is led to believe that James is Diana's lover, she has had enough and cuts short the week-end.moreless

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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

    Anthony Ainley

    Anthony Ainley

    Lord Charles Gilmour

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    Richard Vernon

    Richard Vernon

    Major Cochrane Danby

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    Helen Lindsay

    Helen Lindsay

    Mrs Cochrane Danby

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The Quorn Hunt: This was the topic of conversation when Hazel is first introduced to the Hunting Group. The Quorn Hunt is based in Leicestershire, and has been since 1696. It was the oldest Fox Hunting group in Britain until the ban in 2005.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Cochrane-Danby: Nothing more boring than other people's hunting stories, ... except their children and other ailments.


        Hazel: Oh, I'm rather enjoying it. I've never heard so many nice people I didn't know, talk about so many nice horses I didn't know.

      • (Hazel tries on a diamond necklace.) Rose: If you'll excuse me mentioning, Madam ...


        Hazel:Yes, Rose?


        Rose: Lady Marjorie always used to say "No diamonds in the country!"

      • (Hazel and Richard discuss the behaviour of the guests at the country house.) Hazel: They were quite funny, really. Like a lot of grown up children playing with fire.


        Richard: Leading empty, pointless lives. So they have silly games to keep themselves from dying of boredom.

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