The Pallisers: Season 1, Episode 15

Part Fifteen (27 Apr. 1974)

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Finn ignores Kennedy's insistence that he not visit Laura in Dresden and finds himself being pressured by a tabloid journalist with an embarrassing letter.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Susan Hampshire ...
Philip Latham ...
Roland Culver ...
Barbara Murray ...
Laura Kennedy
Derek Godfrey ...
Robert Kennedy
Mr. Bonteen
Bryan Pringle ...
Moray Watson ...
Sarah Badel ...
Anthony Ainley ...
Rev. Emilius
Donald Pickering ...
Clifford Rose ...


Phineas Finn ignores Barrington Erle's advice and agrees to meet Kennedy before his trip to Dresden to see Laura. The Irishman ignores Kennedy's pleas not to go, but agrees to carry a message to his estranged wife. He advises Laura not to return to Kennedy as he has become irrational and obsessed with religion even though her father wishes to return to England to try to recover her dowry. Upon his return Finn is pressured by tabloid reporter Quintus Slide to grant him an exclusive story about the Kennedys or he will publish an embarrassing letter written by Kennedy, who accuses Finn of inappropriate behavior. Finn tries vainly to reason with the irrational Kennedy, who tries to shoot him. Plantagenet and other influential politicians intervene and get an injunction against the sleazy Slide. The Duke spends his last days reminiscing with Madame Max, and Reverend Emilius becomes very comfortable in his new role as Lizzie Eustace's husband. Written by

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Duke of Omnium: [Feeling death approaching] It's nearly finished. Marie, the thing is done now... I hope for nothing, but I fear for nothing either.
[He has a brief spasm, and passes on]
Marie Goesler: Duke... My Lord Duke...
[She walks back to the foot of the bed and bows to him]
Marie Goesler: You hope for nothing and you fear for nothing, but, Duke of Omnium, no man should dare to live idly as you have done.
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