Sweet pillow talk is very useful to Elizabeth's new lover, wealthy businessman Julius Karekin and Lady Marjorie and Richard are in the throes of losing their beloved Eaton Place.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Wendy Gifford ...
Margot Descort
Keith Ashley ...
Mairhi Russell ...
Mademoiselle Jeanette
Margot Boyd ...
Lady Spennilove


Elizabeth and financier Julius Karekin begin an affair and gives her a present of a hat shop. Elizabeth renames the shop Madame Yvonne and it's soon attracting an exclusive clientèle. Her parents are unaware of Karekin's existence and Elizabeth knows that they would never receive him. Richard and Lady Marjorie have their own difficulties when they are advised by the family solicitor Sir Geoffrey Dillon that he will have no choice but to sell the remainder of the lease for 165 Eaton Place in order to settle family debts and succession duties following the death of Marjorie's father. Unable to afford the lease themselves, the Bellamys are looking at the prospect of having to move to a less fashionable neighborhood and employ fewer servants. Elizabeth manages to come to the rescue however. Written by garykmcd

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17 March 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This episode takes place in February 1910. See more »


Elizabeth Kirbridge: [to Rose about Karekin] No, I don't exactly like him, but he has got a sort of animal magnetism.
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Music by Alexander Faris (1971)
Lyrics by Alfred Shaughnessy
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pride comes before a fall
22 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

i watched this particular episode this morning and i throughly enjoyed. i think the moral of the story was certainly based on the proverb that states that 'pride comes before a fall'

in this case the pride of the bellamy household was humbled when they were to be evicted from the stately '165 Eaton place'

luckily for the bellamy household they were saved from their fate by a Jewish gentleman who was seeing their daughter lady Elizabeth bellamy. they at first were horrified at the thought of their daughter being associated with a Jewish man but when that man saved them from being evicted they were surprised but very grateful. i think it was a very moving episode.

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