Upstairs, Downstairs

Season 4 Episode 10

The Hero's Farewell

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Aired Unknown Nov 16, 1974 on ITV
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Lady Prudence's charity matinee of historical tableaux is disrupted when a bomb falls on Eaton Place...

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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

Christopher Good

Christopher Good

Major Philip Hanning

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Alfred Maron

Alfred Maron

Carpenter

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Phyllida Law

Phyllida Law

Lady Constance Weir

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    • Gerald Maitland: Talented people should be beautiful, don't you think? That's what I find so depressing about D.H. Lawrence.
      Lady Prudence: He's a disgraceful pacifist and married to a German wife.
      Gerald Maitland: Worse still, he's so dreadfully ugly.

    • Lady Prudence: Really, one would think the Germans had a map and they were picking off the large houses one by one.

    • Lady Prudence: The working classes have got completely out of hand. We shall never get them to behave themselves again when the war is over.

    • (Mrs Bridges eagerly awaits Ruby's debut on the stage.)
      Mrs Bridges: When does Ruby come on?
      Hudson: At the very end, I believe, Mrs Bridges.
      Mrs Bridges: Sort of pièce de résistance?
      Hudson: Or coup de grâce.

    • Philip: I suppose I'll be hearing this in France next week.
      Georgina: But you've been wounded once and gassed once. You shouldn't have to go.
      Philip: Well, they've only got so many cards to play and they have to keep on playing, even if they are a bit dog-eared.

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