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Loose Women 

A brothel fire causes dark secrets to be revealed and the relationships between Eleanor, Joe and Major Quarrie to be finally resolved.

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Dr. Eleanor Bramwell
Kevin McMonagle ...
Dr. Joe Marsham
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Nurse Ethel Carr
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Mrs. Bruce
David Bark-Jones ...
Major Guy Quarrie
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Mr. Barclay
Thelma Whiteley ...
Nun
Eamon Boland ...
Sergeant Nelson Reid
Hal Cruttenden ...
Tubbs
Penny Morrell ...
Mrs. Landers
Ellie Kirk ...
Dora (as Eleanor Kirk)
Louise Germaine ...
Rose
Sadie Shimmin ...
Nurse Smythe
Genevieve Walsh ...
Milly
Annie Cowan ...
Polly
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After a terrible fire in a nearby brothel, the Thrift is inundated with prostitutes suffering from burns. It soon becomes obvious that Dr. Joe Marsham is intimately acquainted with one of them. This discovery, by Dr. Eleanor Bramwell, causes the final rift in their relationship. In all the confusion Eleanor sends a child away with the brothel's Madame without realising what she had done. Later, when the child is missed, Eleanor and Major Quarrie frantically search the dingy back streets of London's East-End to find her but in vain. Bringing the shocking revelations of child prostitution to the attention of Mr. Barclay, a Thrift sponsor, causes an argument between Eleanor and Mrs. Bruce leading to Eleanor's dismissal. Distressed and angry Eleanor confesses her pregnancy to Major Quarrie, who loves her, and he agrees to marry her, which is what she wants but this is little comfort to her after the dramatic loss of her position at the Thrift. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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18 June 1998 (UK)  »

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Follows Bramwell: Our Brave Boys (1998) See more »

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All Things Bright and Beautiful
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Music by William H. Monk
Lyrics by Cecil F. Alexander
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