The Duchess of Duke Street: Season 2, Episode 9

Tea and a Wad (29 Oct. 1977)

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Louisa brings a bit of England to France when the Major enlists her to fashion a tea and sandwich shop, military style and Charlie (Lord Haslemere) and an ecstatic Luisa agree to marry once the 'guns are silent.'

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Madeleine Cannon ...
Mrs. Fitzsimmons
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Peter Jolly ...
Grenadier guardsman (as Peter Jolley)
Gordon Kane ...
Jock
Barbara Lott ...
Mrs. Farthing-Whitely
Ronald Markham ...
Staff Major
Derek Martin ...
Sergeant
Anthony McEvoy ...
Cockney Private
Hilary Minster ...
Captain Wyndham-Bragg
Andrew Neil ...
Highland Private
Victoria Plucknett ...
Evan Ross ...
Welsh Sergeant
Edward Underdown ...
Adjutant-General
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Louisa brings a bit of England to France when the Major enlists her to organize a tea and sandwich shop, military style. Charlie (Lord Haslemere) and Louisa enjoy an intimate evening, their first since their daughter, Lottie, was conceived. Charlie proposes to an ecstatic Louisa and they agree to marry once the 'guns are silent.' Written by gaelicguy

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Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag
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Written by Felix Powell and George Asaf
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