Bea and Evie are still suffering the aftershocks of Sir Desmond Gillespie's death when his partner, Ralph Saroyan, tells them their money is invested and cannot be accessed without ... See full summary »

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Stella Gonet ...
Beatrice Eliott
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Evangeline Eliott
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Jack Maddox
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Ralph Saroyan
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Edith Duglass
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Leonard Duglass
John Elmes ...
James Duglass
Diana Morrison ...
Frances Duglass
Cathy Murphy ...
Tilly Watkins
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Madge Howell
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Florence Ranby
Victoria Alcock ...
Agnes Clarke
Kate Fahy ...
Alice Burgoyne
Diana Rayworth ...
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Joseph Wint
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Bea and Evie are still suffering the aftershocks of Sir Desmond Gillespie's death when his partner, Ralph Saroyan, tells them their money is invested and cannot be accessed without incurring huge losses. Jack is having a difficult time on the set of his new film having to deal with a drunken actor and a prima donna as the lead actress. He does get get good news from the studio, however. Evie is asked to design a gown for Frances Duglass' coming out and is invited to spend a weekend at he family estate. The girl is at a rebellious age and her father is quite withdrawn due to his war wounds. Evie helps the family and also takes a liking to their son, Leonard whose love of fast cars seems to be his only interest at present. Written by garykmcd

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20 September 1992 (UK)  »

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Betty: It starts with the kisses... and ends with the dishes.
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I know That My Redeemer Liveth
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from "Messiah"
Composed by George Frideric Handel
Performed by Helen Lawrence
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