In the spring of 1920, Beatrice and Evangeline Elliott are aghast to find that their late father has left them nearly penniless. They had always assumed that their father, a successful ... See full summary »

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Francesca Folan ...
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Mrs. Spenser-Ewell
Jane Wood ...
Mrs. Watkins
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Rachel Weaver ...
Molly
Trevor T. Smith ...
Vicar
Suzannah Lipscomb ...
Young Beatrice
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In the spring of 1920, Beatrice and Evangeline Elliott are aghast to find that their late father has left them nearly penniless. They had always assumed that their father, a successful physician, was well-off but they learn that he also had a secret life and spent most of his fortune. The immediate problem is financial as they search for work but their father had forced them to live a very sheltered life and they're really not qualified to do much of anything. Through good luck, a new friend introduces them to her brother, Jack Maddox, a well-known society photographer who is in need of a receptionist. Written by garykmcd

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31 August 1991 (UK)  »

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Evangeline Eliott: Molly, can you remember when you first met Frank?
Molly: Oh, should do. It was only three months ago.
Evangeline Eliott: Did you lose your appetite?
Molly: No.
Evangeline Eliott: Did you lie awake at night?
Molly: No.
Evangeline Eliott: Go jelly-kneed whenever you thought of him?
Molly: Glory no!
Evangeline Eliott: Isn't that what falling in love is like?
Molly: Sounds more like the flu to me.
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