The Pallisers (1974– )
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Part Twelve 

Despite advice to the contrary, Finn speaks out in Parliament on behalf of Irish tenant farmers while Lady Eustace refuses to return her jewels to her in-laws.

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Plantagenet
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Marie Goesler
Roland Culver ...
Duke of Omnium
Sarah Badel ...
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Frank Greystock
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Phineas Finn
Maire Ni Ghrainne ...
Mary Finn
Derek Godfrey ...
Robert Kennedy
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Lord Fawn
Moray Watson ...
Barrington Erle
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Mrs. Carbuncle
Terence Alexander ...
Lord George
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Rev. Emilius
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Mr. Monk
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Although forewarned by friends in the Party, Phineas Finn speaks out in the House in favor of land and tenant reform in Ireland after which he is forced to resign his position as Undersecretary responsible for the Colonies. He returns to Ireland but Plantagenet Palliser, who has always thought kindly of Finn, arranges for a government appointment that will provide him with a decent income. Mrs. Max Goesler returns from Vienna just as all of London is atwitter with the case of the Eustace Diamonds. Lady Eustace has left the city and returned to Scotland with the jewels belonging to her late husband's estate. The family bankers insist that the jewels are the property of the estate but she insists that her late husband give them to her has a personal gift. Despite advice to the contrary, she refuses to return them and the matter seems headed to court. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance

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6 April 1974 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Lizzie Eustace: How much do you think they are worth, these diamonds that were given to me for love?
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My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose
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Written by Robert Burns
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