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

    Guest Star

    Alfred Maron

    Alfred Maron

    Carpenter

    Guest Star

    Phyllida Law

    Phyllida Law

    Lady Constance Weir

    Guest Star

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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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