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Julia Flyte (Character)
from "Brideshead Revisited" (1981)

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Brideshead Revisited: :  -- In this scene, Charles (Jeremy Irons) visits Morocco to bring his friend Sebastian back to England.

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Julia Flyte is the beautiful and mercurial belle of... See more »
Alternate Names:
Julia Mottram

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  1. Brideshead Revisited (2008) Played by Hayley Atwell

  2. "Brideshead Revisited"
        - Brideshead Revisited (1981) TV episode, Played by Diana Quick (as Julia Mottram)
        - A Twitch Upon the Thread (1981) TV episode, Played by Diana Quick (as Julia Mottram)
        - Orphans of the Storm (1981) TV episode, Played by Diana Quick (as Julia Mottram)
        - Brideshead Deserted (1981) TV episode, Played by Diana Quick (as Julia Mottram)
        - The Unseen Hook (1981) TV episode, Played by Diana Quick (as Julia Mottram)
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From "Brideshead Revisited: A Twitch Upon the Thread (#1.10)" (1981)
[Bridey has just announced his engagement to Beryl Muspratt, a widow with three children. Julia asks why he hasn't brought Beryl to Brideshead to meet her]
Lord Brideshead 'Bridey': [pompously] You must understand that Beryl is a woman of strict Catholic principle, fortified by the prejudices of the middle classes. I couldn't *possibly* bring her here. It is a matter of indifference whether you choose to live in sin with Rex or Charles or both - I have always avoided enquiry into the details of your ménage - but in no case would Beryl consent to be your guest.
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