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Julian Fellowes Investigates: A Most Mysterious Murder - The Case of the Earl of Erroll (TV Movie 2005) Poster

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Himself - Presenter: The story had everything: high class, low morals.

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Himself - Presenter: Gladys Delamere was almost unique in Kenya at that time in that she was not one of Erroll's mistresses, but oh, how she'd wished she'd been.

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Himself - Presenter: [Josslyn Victor Hay] had lived largely for pleasure, in its infinite variety, at the center of the Happy Valley Set; a one-man model for the waggish joke, 'Are you married? Or do you live in Kenya?'

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Himself - Presenter: [Diana] wanted to spend the war in Kenya, but in those male-dominated days a single woman was never given an entry permit.

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Diana Broughton: [In the bathtub, while Hugh soaps her back] God, I'm glad to be out of England.

Hugh Dickenson: It must have been terrifying.

Diana Broughton: Oh, I could manage the bombing; it was the tax on stockings that nearly finished me off.

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Gladys Delamere: Why is it all men like common tarts?

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