When the Boat Comes In: Season 3, Episode 3

My Bonnie Lass, Goodbye (22 Sep. 1977)

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Jack prevails upon Channing to support his story that the destruction of Mandrake Place was an accident as he was only planning to detonate the disused mine beneath it. This comes back to ... See full summary »

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Susan Jameson ...
James Garbutt ...
Jean Heywood ...
John Nightingale ...
Madelaine Newton ...
Dolly
Malcolm Terris ...
Rosalind Bailey ...
Sarah Lytton
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Geoffrey Rose ...
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Lois Baxter ...
Lady Caroline #2
Christopher Benjamin ...
Channing
Margaret Brennan ...
Woman In street
Basil Henson ...
Anthony Mason ...
Boy In Street
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Jack prevails upon Channing to support his story that the destruction of Mandrake Place was an accident as he was only planning to detonate the disused mine beneath it. This comes back to bite him when Manners, claiming to believe the account, then refuses to pay him. Jessie is dismayed when Arthur tells her that they are moving to Kent where he has a better paid job. She feels he is trying to isolate her from other socialists but Jack, after sharing a kiss and a farewell drink with her, arranges an introduction with the Fabian Society in Kent, so that she can carry on with her political principles. He then sets about arranging grounds for divorce so that Dolly can marry Tom. Written by don @ minifie-1

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