Circumstances put Thomas and Sarah at a costume party for the gliteratti dressed as servants and it's assumed that the two are aristocrats.

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Sarah Badel ...
Felicity Stokeleigh-Pomeroy
Rupert Frazer ...
Lord Peter Purley
Georgina Melville ...
Lady Victoria Arlington
Christopher Godwin ...
Sir Roger Arlington
Norman Ettlinger ...
Duke of Lindfield
Kevin Stoney ...
George Aston
Stacy Davies ...
Van driver
David Rolfe ...
Bennet
Prudence Rennick ...
Duchess of Lindfield
Lucinda MacDonald ...
Lady Emma Barking
Timothy Vaughan-Hughes ...
Lord Edward Barking
Maurice Quick ...
Davis
Kathryn Pogson ...
Doris
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Thomas' Silver Ghost Rolls-Royce runs out of gas, and while he's getting the needed petrol, a car full of aristocrats headed for a costume party dressed as servants assume that the pair are of the nobility too. Thomas and Sarah go along with the misunderstanding and both find themselves romantically involved with members of the gentry. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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28 January 1979 (UK)  »

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Thomas Watkins: [Looking at the wreckage of Lady Pomeroy's late husnand's pioneer aircraft] I tell you something. We're lookin' at the future. You know that, don't you.
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Thomas and Sarah go their separate ways...
3 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

AUGUST 1910

Travelling in the Rolls that once belonged to the Bellamy's, Thomas and Sarah inadvertently get swept along to a 'Servant's Ball' when they run out of petrol and bump into some party-goers!

All seems to be going well whilst Sarah is adept at the 'posh' accent - until that is, a friend of the Bellamy's at the party recognises Thomas as the one-time Chauffeur from Eaton Place! Instead of exposing him, she decides to seduce him into being unfaithful to Sarah.

Eventually Sarah is led to believe that Thomas has left the Ball without her and subsequently has to hitch a lift to Bristol.


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