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Lady Edith Crawley (Character)
from "Downton Abbey" (2010)

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Downton Abbey: Season 5: Episode 9 -- The Crawleys go to a shooting party at a castle in Northumberland and return to Downton for a joyful Christmas holiday.

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The second daughter to Robert and Cora, Edith is awkward and often overlooked by her family... See more »

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  1. "Downton Abbey"
    ... aka "Masterpiece Classic" - USA (informal title)
        - A Moorland Holiday (2014) TV episode, Played by Laura Carmichael
        - Episode #5.8 (2014) TV episode, Played by Laura Carmichael
        - Episode #5.7 (2014) TV episode, Played by Laura Carmichael
        - Episode #5.6 (2014) TV episode, Played by Laura Carmichael
        - Episode #5.5 (2014) TV episode, Played by Laura Carmichael
          (38 more)
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  1. Downton Abbey Revisited (2012) (TV) Played by Laura Carmichael

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From "Downton Abbey: The London Season (#4.9)" (2013)
Lady Mary Crawley: [Referring to an unwelcome guest] We can't make a scene.
Lady Edith Crawley: I sometimes feel we should make more scenes about things that really matter to us.
Anthony Gillingham: It wouldn't be very English.
Lady Edith Crawley: No, but I envy it... all those Latins screaming, and shouting, and hurling themselves into graves. I bet they feel much better afterwards.
Lady Mary Crawley: I wonder. I think once you've let it out, it must be hard to get it back in.
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