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Sir Hallam Holland (Character)
from "Upstairs Downstairs" (2010)

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Sir Hallam Holland is the father of the "upstairs"... See more »

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  1. "Upstairs Downstairs"
        - Somewhere Over the Rainbow (2012) TV episode, Played by Ed Stoppard
        - The Last Waltz (2012) TV episode, Played by Ed Stoppard
        - All the Things You Are (2012) TV episode, Played by Ed Stoppard
        - A Perfect Specimen of Womanhood (2012) TV episode, Played by Ed Stoppard
        - The Love That Pays the Price (2012) TV episode, Played by Ed Stoppard
          (4 more)

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From "Upstairs Downstairs: A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing (#2.1)" (2012)
[when the police discover that Mr Pritchard was imprisoned as a conscientious objector twenty years ago during World War I, there is animosity from the other residents, both upstairs and downstairs, at Eaton Place]
Sir Hallam Holland: I'm sorry about all that business with the police. Your private life and your opinions are your own affair. It must have been distressing for you.
Mr. Warwick Pritchard: I find that when one follows one's conscience, sir, pain is generally felt by *other* people.
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