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Mrs. Hall (Character)
from "All Creatures Great and Small" (1978)

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Overview

Biography:
Mrs Hall was the first housekeeper to work at Skeldale House... See more »

Filmography

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TV:
  1. "All Creatures Great and Small"
        - Big Steps and Little 'Uns (1980) TV episode, Played by Mary Hignett
        - Will to Live (1980) TV episode, Played by Mary Hignett
        - Matters of Life and Death (1980) TV episode, Played by Mary Hignett
        - Alarms & Excursions (1980) TV episode, Played by Mary Hignett
        - Home and Away (1980) TV episode, Played by Mary Hignett
          (29 more)

  2. All Creatures Great and Small (1975) (TV) Played by Christine Buckley
    ... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: All Creatures Great and Small (#24.3)" - USA (anthology series)

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Quotes:
From "All Creatures Great and Small: The Name of the Game (#2.9)" (1978)
James Herriot: Hello, Mrs. Hall. Sounds like a very full surgery.
Helen: Oh, just the Dimmock family.
James Herriot: Oh, not again. How many of them this time?
Helen: The entire brood, and Mr. Dimmock.
James Herriot: They aren't a family they're more like a nation.
Mrs. Hall: Aye, and from the look of Mrs. Dimmock from the side they're about to increase and multiply even further.
James Herriot: Oh, this is the third time they've been back this month.
Helen: They've adopted you.
James Herriot: Yes, obviously.
Helen: Well, they wouldn't come quite so often if you if you ever got around to charging them anything.
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