Randolf Stonehill and Albert Dudley are respectively the third generation owner of and butler for Marblehead Manor, a mansion someplace in New England, USA. Randolf is also heir to the ...
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Randolf Stonehill and Albert Dudley are respectively the third generation owner of and butler for Marblehead Manor, a mansion someplace in New England, USA. Randolf is also heir to the Stonehill corn oil fortune. Life is seldom normal in Marblehead Manor. Along with Randolf's wife, Hillary, Jerry the Chauffeur, Duane the Handy Man, Lupe the Cook, Lupe's son Elvis, and Rick the Gardener comic misunderstandings abound. The inhabitants of Marblehead Manor also have a habit of dressing up as other people to comic effect. Written by
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This is one of the truly good farcical comedies I have seen.
We (our family) managed to record 13 of the 24 episodes and have watched them many times. We have enjoyed them each time. We would like to obtain the other eleven episodes if they are available. It is difficult to choose any particular character or actor (actress) as favorite since they all seem to be perfectly suited to their parts. Bob Fraser as Randolf Stonehill seems to be a perfect balance of balance of domineering millionaire and immature cry baby although one episode (in which his Aunt and a llama arrive at the same time and in which Mr. Stonehill is hardly present) is our personal favorite. This is a truly enjoyable series and, as mentioned above, we would be pleased if we could obtain more episodes.
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