The house employs widowed tailor Charles Quance as the replacement for Florence. Ralph's fraudulent activities in his efforts to bankrupt the Elliotts and take control of the business are ... See full summary »

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Stella Gonet ...
Beatrice Eliott
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Evangeline Eliott
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Jack Maddox
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Ralph Saroyan
Rupert Frazer ...
Lord Alexander Montford
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Lady Elizabeth Montford
Rosalind Plowright ...
Grace Vosper
Victoria Alcock ...
Agnes Clarke
Kate Fahy ...
Alice Burgoyne
Cathy Murphy ...
Tilly Foss
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Madge Althorpe
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Joseph Wint
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Charles Quance
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Ernest Weaver
Martin Ronan ...
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The house employs widowed tailor Charles Quance as the replacement for Florence. Ralph's fraudulent activities in his efforts to bankrupt the Elliotts and take control of the business are finally exposed, as is the fact that he killed Sir Desmond, but he flees to Germany to avoid arrest. Alexander confides in Jack that he spent the week-end with Evie. Unaware of her husband's adultery, Elizabeth invites Evie to a function, which she apprehensively attends. Bea eventually finds out from Alice about her sister's affair and the women have an angry confrontation. The affair becomes public with Evie determined to remain with Alexander. Jack and Bea, however, concede that each is more concerned with their professional life than in saving the marriage and agree to a trial separation. Written by don @ minifie-1

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25 October 1992 (UK)  »

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