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Captain Brown (Character)
from "Cranford" (1972)

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Retired military living on pension that his half pay... See more »


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  1. "Cranford"
    ... aka "Return to Cranford" - International (English title) (second season title), UK (second season title)
        - Return to Cranford: Part Two - October 1844 (2009) TV episode, Played by Jim Carter
        - Return to Cranford: Part One - August 1844 (2009) TV episode, Played by Jim Carter
        - May 1843 (2007) TV episode, Played by Jim Carter
        - April 1843 (2007) TV episode, Played by Jim Carter
        - November 1842 (2007) TV episode, Played by Jim Carter
          (2 more)
  2. Cranford in Detail (2009) (V) Played by Jim Carter

  3. "Cranford"
        - Part 1 (1972) TV episode, Played by Roland Culver
Archive Footage:
  1. "The Many Faces of..."
        - Dame Judi Dench (2011) TV episode, Played by Jim Carter
  2. The Making of Cranford (2007) (V) Played by Jim Carter

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Fun Stuff

From "Cranford: August 1842 (#1.2)" (2007)
[Mrs. Forester's cow has fallen into a lime pit and is struggling in vain to get itself out]
Mary Smith: I think the odour is the burning of the poor thing's hair - the lime has singed it off.
Mrs. Forester: [shrieks] What care I if she's bald?
Miss Deborah Jenkyns: She will not be bald if she cannot be recovered - she will be naked!
Captain Brown: It pains me to say it, Mrs. Forester, but the poor bad beast will have to be destroyed - unless you're prepared to dress it in pyjamas!
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