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"Upstairs, Downstairs" (1971) More at IMDbPro »

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Year: 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: On Trial

10 October 1971
On a crisp autumn morning in 1903, a young woman seeks employment in a fashionable London townhouse.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Mistress and the Maids

17 October 1971
Richard Bellamy engages an artist to paint a portrait of his beautiful wife, Lady Marjorie.

Season 1, Episode 3: Board Wages

24 October 1971
Matters get out of hand when the servants mock their employers while the family are away on a summer holiday.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Path of Duty

31 October 1971
Elizabeth returns from studying abroad and the household are in a frenzy, preparing for Elizabeth's entrée into London society.

Season 1, Episode 5: A Suitable Marriage

7 November 1971
Elizabeth decides not to marry Angus and is captivated by a German-baron visiting England at Christmas.

Season 1, Episode 6: A Cry for Help

14 November 1971
Richard's genuine concern for the new house parlormaid has eyebrows raised and tongues wagging.

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy
Raymond Huntley ... Sir Geoffrey Dillon
Patsy Smart ... Roberts

Susan Penhaligon ... Mary Stokes
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Evin Crowley ... Emily
Nicholas Young ... Myles Radford
Grace Dolan ... Customer (uncredited)
Ann Plenty ... Customer (uncredited)
Dennis Plenty ... Customer (uncredited)
Maisie Trent ... Waitress (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Magic Casements

23 January 1972
Her sense of duty and loyalty are severely compromised when Lady Marjorie has a passionate affair with a friend of James, with whom she falls deeply in love.
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy
Rachel Gurney ... Lady Marjorie Bellamy

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges

Jean Marsh ... Rose

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson
David Kernan ... Capt. Charles Hammond
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Patsy Smart ... Roberts

Simon Williams ... James Bellamy
Harold Bennett ... The Book Shop Assistant
Tom Collister ... Professor (uncredited)
Joyce Freeman ... Woman in Bookshop (uncredited)
Maureen Neill ... Young Student (uncredited)
David Pelton ... Young Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: I Dies from Love

30 January 1972
Upstairs, Lady Majorie and friends plan an outing for the servants. However, Downstairs there is romantic intrigue going on between Emily and the next door footman.

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges

Jean Marsh ... Rose
Rachel Gurney ... Lady Marjorie Bellamy

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson
Evin Crowley ... Emily
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Joan Benham ... Lady Prudence Fairfax
Aimée Delamain ... Lady Templeton
Yolande Turner ... Mrs. Van Groeben
Charles Lamb ... Harris
Tom Marshall ... William
Patricia Hamilton ... Mrs. Fellows
Robin Wentworth ... The Policeman
Carl Bernard ... Waterman
Christopher Wray ... Lowe
Barbara Bermel ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
John Cannon ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Linda Cunningham ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Jill Goldston ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Lesley Hand ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Steve Ismay ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Brian Justice ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Brian Nolan ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Pearl Sinclair ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Katrina Swann ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Wendy Taylor ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)
Tony Venner ... Servant on Bus (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Why Is Her Door Locked?

6 February 1972
Months after Emily's death, a grief-ridden Mrs. Bridges takes leave of her senses.

Jean Marsh ... Rose

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy
Rachel Gurney ... Lady Marjorie Bellamy

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges
Michael Guest ... The Milkman
Maggie Wells ... Doris
Susan Porrett ... Alice
Janie Booth ... Lily Webber
David Strong ... Arthur Webber
John Malcolm ... Inspector Cape
Philip Lennard ... The Magistrate
Bill Horsley ... Perry
John Scott Martin ... The Usher
William Gossling ... Clerk of the Court (uncredited)
Ken Halliwell ... Uniformed PC (uncredited)
Leonard Kingston ... Magistrate's Clerk (uncredited)
Jimmy Mac ... Magistrate (uncredited)
Bill Prentice ... Solicitor (uncredited)
Charles Shaw Hesketh ... Magistrate (uncredited)
Charlotte Simmonds ... Baby (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: A Voice from the Past

13 February 1972
In an effort to help the poor in London's East End, James and Elizabeth come face-to-face with a downtrodden Sarah .

Season 1, Episode 11: The Swedish Tiger

20 February 1972
James entertains a visiting Swedish friend and Sarah is the prime suspect when valuable household objects go missing.

Sven-Bertil Taube ... Torkel Kraft

Pauline Collins ... Sarah
Nicola Pagett ... Elizabeth Bellamy

Simon Williams ... James Bellamy
Peter Clay ... The Jeweller
Geoffrey Whitehead ... Captain Axel Ryttsen
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Gillian Lind ... Flossie
Dorothy Black ... Flo
Veronica Lang ... The Jeweller's Wife
Colin Rix ... The Policeman
Rex Robinson ... Inspector Hurst
Doel Luscombe ... The Art Dealer
John Slavid ... Card Player (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Key of the Door

27 February 1972
On the eve of her 21st birthday, Elizabeth is utterly defiant and, consequently, on the brink of a complete breach with her parents.

Season 1, Episode 13: For Love of Love

5 March 1972
Despite their disdain for social conventions, Elizabeth marries Fabian socialist and poet, Lawrence Kirbridge, in a traditional church service and all of its trappings.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The New Man

21 October 1972
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirbridge return from their honeymoon and set up their new household in nearby Greenwich.

Season 2, Episode 2: A Pair of Exiles

28 October 1972
Sarah tells James she's having his baby and the Bellamys make provisions to avoid a major scandal.

Season 2, Episode 3: Married Love

4 November 1972
The strained Kirbridge marriage has yet to be consummated, causing Elizabeth great unhappiness in her quest to make a happy life with Lawrence and her great desire to start a family. As it happens, Lawrence's interests lie elsewhere.

Jean Marsh ... Rose

John Alderton ... Thomas Watkins
Nicola Pagett ... Elizabeth Kirbridge
Rachel Gurney ... Lady Marjorie Bellamy

Charles Gray ... Sir Edwin Partridge

Ian Ogilvy ... Lawrence Kirbridge
Dorothy Frere ... Mrs. Fellowes
Brian Osborne ... Pearce
James Woolley ... Hinton
Peter Myers ... Smethurst
Tony Aitken ... Mulligan
Edward Harvey ... Tomkins
Troy Adams ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Herbert Aldridge ... Man in Park (uncredited)
Barbara Bermel ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
David Billa ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Hazel Cave ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
Colin Cunningham ... Milkman (uncredited)
Alison Daumler ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
David Eynon ... Man in Park (uncredited)
Ursula Granville ... Passer-by (uncredited)
Emmett Hennessy ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Steve Ismay ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Richard King ... Party Guest (uncredited)
John Norman ... Man in Park (uncredited)
Lilian Padmore ... Nanny (uncredited)
Patricia Peters ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
Andrew Pitcher ... Man in Park (uncredited)
Laurie Portugal ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
Joanna Robbins ... Maid (uncredited)
George Romanov ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Terry Sartain ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Robin Scott ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Maisie Trent ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
David Waterman ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Peter Whitaker ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Lincoln Wright ... Man in Park (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Whom God hath Joined...

10 November 1972
When Elizabeth arrives at Eaton Place for tea, it becomes increasingly evident that she's left Lawrence after their six-month marriage.

Season 2, Episode 5: Guest of Honour

17 November 1972
Mrs. Bridges is the envy of every cook in Mayfair and Belgravia when His Majesty, King Edward VII dines at Eaton Place.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Property of a Lady

24 November 1972
A tangled web of duplicity is woven when love letters in Lady Marjorie's delicate hand fall into the tawdry hands of a scheming Irishman.

John Alderton ... Thomas Watkins

Jean Marsh ... Rose

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson

Pauline Collins ... Sarah
Rachel Gurney ... Lady Marjorie Bellamy
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy
Desmond Perry ... Dooley
Penny Barham ... Passer By (uncredited)
Ernest Blyth ... Passer By (uncredited)
Bill Lodge ... Passer By (uncredited)
Ann Plenty ... Passer By (uncredited)
Dennis Plenty ... Passer By (uncredited)
Trevor Roberts ... Coachman (uncredited)
Jean Sadgrove ... Passer By (uncredited)
David Waterman ... Passer By (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Your Obedient Servant

1 December 1972
Richard and Hudson realize the complicated fraternal relationship when their respective brothers visit London.
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges
John Nettleton ... Arthur Bellamy
Jenny Tomasin ... Ruby
Angela Walker ... Violet
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Patsy Smart ... Roberts
Andrew Downie ... Donald Hudson
Marcia Ashton ... Maudie Hudson
Kim Hardy ... Alice Hudson
Larry Martyn ... The Electrician
John Crocker ... The Shop Assistant

Season 2, Episode 8: Out of the Everywhere

8 December 1972
Elizabeth returns home with her newborn daughter, Lucy, and the very disagreeable and old Nanny Webster, to look after "Baby".

Season 2, Episode 9: An Object of Value

15 December 1972
Everyone's nerves are frazzled when Lord Southwold dies, Lady Southwold and her companion, Miss Hodges, spend a some time with Richard and Lady Marjorie and a valuable diamond brooch goes missing.

Season 2, Episode 10: A Special Mischief

29 December 1972
Elizabeth joins the suffragette movement, but in her effort to protect her, Rose is imprisoned.

Jean Marsh ... Rose
Nicola Pagett ... Elizabeth Kirbridge
Donald Burton ... Julius Karekin
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Jenny Tomasin ... Ruby
Claire Nielson ... Ellen Bouverie
Rosamund Greenwood ... Lady Jessica Barnstaple
Veronica Doran ... Bessie Purdoe
Deirdre Costello ... Mabel Tomkins
Harold Innocent ... Arthur Granville, M.P.
Alister Williamson ... Inspector Brunt
Alec Mango ... Usher
Gerald Cross ... Magistrate
Roger Avon ... Clerk of the Court
Anne Tirard ... Head Wardress (as Ann Tirard)
Virginia Clay ... Miss Culforth
Keith Ashley ... Loris (uncredited)
Jane Bough ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Diana Chapman ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Sylvia Delamere ... Wardress (uncredited)
Jim Delaney ... Porter in Courtroom (uncredited)
Delphine ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Gilly Flower ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Iris Fry ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Lois Kentish ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Audrey Maye ... Wardress (uncredited)
Margaret McKechnie ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Lola Morice ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Susan Patrice ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Mary Rennie ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Yvette Rey ... Wardress (uncredited)
James Rothwell ... Policeman (uncredited)
Donald Stratford ... Policeman (uncredited)
Sheila Vivian ... Dr. Lindsay (uncredited)
Trevor Wedlock ... Policeman (uncredited)
Joyce Windsor ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)
Tina Winter ... Woman at Courtroom (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Fruits of Love

5 January 1973
Sweet pillow talk is very useful to Elizabeth's new lover, wealthy businessman Julius Karekin and Lady Marjorie and Richard are in the throes of losing their beloved Eaton Place.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Wages of Sin

12 January 1973
Sarah is pregnant with Watkins' baby and Lady Marjorie has run out of patience with both of them.

Season 2, Episode 13: A Family Gathering

19 January 1973
Elizabeth's affair with Julius is over, James returns to England with his fiancée, Phyllis, and a major event marks the end of an era.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Miss Forrest

27 October 1973
In the spring of 1912, Lady Marjorie prepares to visit Elizabeth in New York and James takes an interest in Richard's comely and respectable new secretary, Miss Forrest.

Season 3, Episode 2: A House Divided

3 November 1973
News of the Titanic disaster arrives at Eaton Place, and the entire household anxiously await word of Lady Marjorie's fate.

Season 3, Episode 3: A Change of Scene

10 November 1973
James' weekend visit to Somerby Park, with Hudson in tow as his valet, presents an opportunity for both to appreciate their beloved Eaton Place and what they've left behind there.

Season 3, Episode 4: A Family Secret

17 November 1973
The race is on downstairs -- who will marry first upstairs -- Captain James or his father, Richard?

Season 3, Episode 5: Rose's Pigeon

24 November 1973
Alfred, the former Bellamy footman, is on the run and dupes Rose and uses her kindness as a shield from the law.

Season 3, Episode 6: Desirous of Change

1 December 1973
Hazel Bellamy assumes her role as mistress of the household with great trepidation and Richard becomes the quarry of a bounty-hunting Austrian woman and her wily and rapacious brother.

Season 3, Episode 7: Word of Honour

8 December 1973
Richard Bellamy, who has been in considerable financial distress since the death of Lady Marjorie, finds himself at the center of a insider trading firestorm in his capacity as a member of Parliament.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Bolter

15 December 1973
Hazel's first substantial encounter with fashionable society causes her great humiliation, marital distress and a near-fatal accident, when she and James visit Lord and Lady Newbury at Sommerby Park.

Season 3, Episode 9: Goodwill to All Men

22 December 1973
It's Christmas 1913 and two young ladies, one from upstairs and the new parlor maid, conspire to spread holiday cheer to the less fortunate.

Season 3, Episode 10: What the Footman Saw

29 December 1973
A leisurely evening out with his chums, a few beers and some downstairs gossip give Edward a bigger headache than any hangover ever could.

Season 3, Episode 11: A Perfect Stranger

5 January 1974
While running an ordinary errand, Rose's life takes an extraordinary turn.

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson

Jean Marsh ... Rose
Keith Barron ... Gregory Wilmot

Simon Williams ... James Bellamy
Meg Wynn Owen ... Hazel Bellamy
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Mitzi McKenzie ... Teashop Assistant
Jenny Tomasin ... Ruby
Robin Ford ... Shipping Clerk
Julia Sutton ... Dorothy Mathews
Robert McBain ... Hamish Mathews
Joyce Windsor ... Mother
Laurence Archer ... Second Shipping Clerk (uncredited)
Colin Barrie ... Son (uncredited)
Barbara Bermel ... Dancer (uncredited)
Derek Chafer ... Tram Conductor (uncredited)
Diana Chapman ... Teashop Waitress (uncredited)
David Cleeve ... Dancer (uncredited)
Jock Cummings ... Musician (uncredited)
Julian Gaillard ... Musician (uncredited)
Jill Goldston ... Dancer (uncredited)
Lesley Hand ... Dancer (uncredited)
Max Harris ... Musician (uncredited)
Richard King ... Dancer (uncredited)
Roy Pearce ... Dancer (uncredited)
Bill Povey ... Musician (uncredited)
Judd Proctor ... Musician (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Distant Thunder

12 January 1974
The disparity between James' and Hazel's background is cut wide open when Hazel suffers a miscarriage.

Season 3, Episode 13: The Sudden Storm

19 January 1974
A downstairs dalliance and a happy outing to a seaside resort divert the staff as war looms on the European continent.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: A Patriotic Offering

14 September 1974
In a gesture of goodwill, the Bellamys offer generous hospitality to a family of Belgian refugees and Edward is feeling increased pressure to enlist.

Season 4, Episode 2: News from the Front

21 September 1974
James is home on leave and offers a realistic account of what is really happening on the front and Daisy and Edward announce their engagement to Hudson.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Beastly Hun

28 September 1974
The sinking of the Lusitania has Hudson on a tirade and his anti-German fervor pervade the servants hall. Upstairs, Richard is made Civil Lord of the Admiralty in the newly-formed coalition government.

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson

Lesley-Anne Down ... Georgina
Meg Wynn Owen ... Hazel Bellamy

Jean Marsh ... Rose

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy
Timothy Peters ... Lt. Dennis Kemp
Jenny Tomasin ... Ruby
Jacqueline Tong ... Daisy Peel
Gertan Klauber ... Albert Schoenfeld
Freda Dowie ... Maria Schoenfeld
Robert Swann ... Medical Officer
Giles Watling ... 2nd Lt. James Marriott
Keith Jayne ... Wilfred Schoenfeld

Season 4, Episode 4: Women Shall Not Weep

5 October 1974
Edward and Daisy marry before he's sent to France and Georgina becomes a volunteer nurse.

Season 4, Episode 5: Tug of War

12 October 1974
James yearns for a regimental post at the front and Rose volunteers to become a conductorette as the war rages on.

Season 4, Episode 6: Home Fires

19 October 1974
Lady Prudence hijacks the Bellamy drawing room for an officers tea party and in her new job as conductress, Rose collects a fare from a very special passenger.

Season 4, Episode 7: If You Were the Only Girl in the World

26 October 1974
Hazel romances a shy pilot with mad abandon, James and Georgina meet in France on the eve of a major military campaign.

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson

Jean Marsh ... Rose
Meg Wynn Owen ... Hazel Bellamy
Joan Benham ... Lady Prudence Fairfax
Joyce Heron ... Lady Berkhamstead
Andrew Ray ... Lt. Jack Dyson RFC

Lesley-Anne Down ... Georgina

Simon Williams ... James Bellamy
Jacqueline Tong ... Daisy Peel

Mel Churcher ... Angela Barclay
Neville Hughes ... Lt. Cmdr Rupert Machin
Richard Owens ... Lt. Bowman
Venetia Maxwell ... Mrs. Vowles

Celia Imrie ... Jenny
Sarah Twist ... Lucy
Patricia Macrae ... Sister Menzies (as Patricia MacRae)
Brian Nolan ... Man
Kenneth MacDonald ... Soldier
William Ashley ... Patron
Jackie Bristow ... Dancer (uncredited)
Diane Holt ... Dancer (uncredited)
Helen Keating ... Arms Dealer's Wife (uncredited)
Ellison Kemp ... Dancer (uncredited)
Lois Kentish ... Woman in Nightclub (uncredited)
Lorna Kilner ... Dancer (uncredited)
Ray Knight ... Dancer (uncredited)
Frank Littlewood ... Man in Nightclub (uncredited)
Ann Martin ... Nursing Nun in Hospital (uncredited)
Leon Maybank ... Dancer (uncredited)
Alison McGuire ... Nursing Nun in Hospital (uncredited)
Ronald Musgrove ... Dancer (uncredited)
Ifor Owen ... Arms Dealer (uncredited)
Roy Pearce ... Dancer (uncredited)
Edith Raye ... Woman in Nightclub (uncredited)
Michael Reynal ... Dancer (uncredited)
Renee Roberts ... Dancer (uncredited)
Pamela Saire ... Dancer (uncredited)
Ken Sedd ... Saxophonist (uncredited)
Daphne Self ... Woman in Nightclub (uncredited)
Cy Town ... Pianist (uncredited)
Jim Tyson ... Drummer (uncredited)
Kenny Whymark ... Waiter (uncredited)
Sonny Willis ... Man in Nightclub (uncredited)
Ian Young ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: The Glorious Dead

2 November 1974
Sadly, perhaps inevitably, tragic news arrives for someone at Eaton Place.

Season 4, Episode 9: Another Year

9 November 1974
At the end of a very difficult year, the New Year is full of hope and augurs well, especially for Richard Bellamy

Season 4, Episode 10: The Hero's Farewell

16 November 1974
Lady Prudence finally gets hold of the Bellamy drawing room for a worthy cause.

Season 4, Episode 11: Missing Believed Killed

23 November 1974
Their nerves in tatters, Hazel and Richard do all they can to unearth any information about James.

Season 4, Episode 12: Facing Fearful Odds

30 November 1974
Virginia Hamilton returns to Eaton Place, seeking Richard's advice on an urgent matter.

Season 4, Episode 13: Peace out of Pain

7 December 1974
While James is convalescing, Richard proposes to Mrs. Hamilton, Edward comes home, and Hazel comes down with the Spanish flu as the war draws to an end,

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: On with the Dance

7 September 1975
It's June 1919 and a jubilant Victory Parade passes 165 Eaton Place -- but with the new family dynamic, what's to become of the beloved Bellamy townhouse?

Season 5, Episode 2: A Place in the World

14 September 1975
As Britain tries to rebound from the war, James Bellamy runs for political office.

Season 5, Episode 3: Laugh a Little Louder Please

21 September 1975
Georgina and her cohort throw a bacchanal at Eaton Place, with tragic consequences.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Joy Ride

28 September 1975
When James buys a small airplane, Virginia defies Richard and the three undergo quite an ordeal.

Season 5, Episode 5: Wanted - a Good Home

5 October 1975
It's the new governess against the entire staff when young William and Alice get their wish -- an adorable puppy.

Season 5, Episode 6: An Old Flame

12 October 1975
A lonely James has an affair with the very married Lady Newbury.

Season 5, Episode 7: Disillusion

19 October 1975
It's spring and Hudson's fancy wreaks havoc on the entire household.

Season 5, Episode 8: Such a Lovely Man

26 October 1975
Two bachelors pitch the woo to two ladies in the Bellamy household

Season 5, Episode 9: The Nine Days Wonder

2 November 1975
The entire household comes together when a General Strike is called throughout Britain in May 1926

Season 5, Episode 10: The Understudy

9 November 1975
On the eve of an important dinner party for a French diplomat, Hudson suffers a heart attack.

Gordon Jackson ... Hudson
David Langton ... Richard Bellamy

Simon Williams ... James Bellamy

Lesley-Anne Down ... Georgina Worsley

Jean Marsh ... Rose

Angela Baddeley ... Mrs. Bridges
Christopher Beeny ... Edward
Gareth Hunt ... Frederick
Jenny Tomasin ... Ruby
Jacqueline Tong ... Daisy Peel
Anthony Woodruff ... Dr. Foley
Andre Charisse ... M. Fleuriau
Barbara Bolton ... Madame Fleuriau
Natalie Caron ... Simone Fleuriau
Lorna Kilner ... Lady Swanbourne (uncredited)
Roy Knight ... Ambulance Man (uncredited)
David Nicoll ... Ambulance Man (uncredited)
Philip Webb ... Lord Swanbourne (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Alberto

16 November 1975
Frederick considers his future when he feels his talents are largely wasted in the Bellamy household.

Season 5, Episode 12: Will Ye No Come Back Again

23 November 1975
Hudson is back in his element when the Bellamys travel to Scotland for their summer holiday.

Season 5, Episode 13: Joke Over

30 November 1975
After an evening of dissipated behavior and a reckless drive into the countryside, Georgina must appear at a coroner's inquest, when one of the locals is killed.

Season 5, Episode 14: Noblesse Oblige

7 December 1975
Better the devil you know than the one you don't is the lesson Mrs. Bridges and Ruby learn after a terrible row. Upstairs, Lord Stockbridge proposes to Georgina, but there's a catch.

Season 5, Episode 15: All the King's Horses

14 December 1975
James returns to England, with new found vigor and untold wealth, on the eve of the October 1929 stock market crash.

Season 5, Episode 16: Whither Shall I Wander?

21 December 1975
After nearly 30 years, the Bellamy saga ends with the sale of 165 Eaton Place and a fresh beginning for every member of the household.

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