The House of Eliott (1991–1994)
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Episode #2.11 

The fortunes of the house improve as the sisters design day wear and are commissioned to provide the costumes for a new theatrical production starring the famous actress Caroline Troy, ... See full summary »

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Stella Gonet ...
Beatrice Eliott
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Evangeline Eliott
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Jack Maddox
Rupert Frazer ...
Lord Alexander Montford
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Lady Elizabeth Montford
Lee Montague ...
Elmer Jeffard-Hendry
Jana Shelden ...
Harriet Jeffard-Hendry
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Dame Caroline Troy
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Madge Althorpe
Diana Rayworth ...
Betty Butcher
Cathy Murphy ...
Tilly Foss
Kate Fahy ...
Alice Burgoyne
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Joseph Wint
John Burgess ...
Benjamin Kendrick
Victoria Alcock ...
Agnes Clarke
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The fortunes of the house improve as the sisters design day wear and are commissioned to provide the costumes for a new theatrical production starring the famous actress Caroline Troy, enabling them to reinstate their workers. Bea accepts Jack's investment offer though it causes friction with Evie. The sisters attend the first night of Jack's film 'The Striker', from which Emma is absent. Jack is offered work in Hollywood though he turns it down as the director will not give him artistic freedom. The House of Elliott, however, is invited to design costumes for the film. Alexander is offered a diplomatic post in Rome, which he accepts but he chooses to take Elizabeth with him, not Evie,who is upset as a result. Written by don @ minifie-1

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15 November 1992 (UK)  »

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Sweet Georgia Brown
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Written by Maceo Pinkard, Kenneth Casey and Ben Bernie
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