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"Cranford" May 1843 (TV Episode 2007) Poster

(TV Series)

(2007)

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Miss Matty Jenkyns: I never liked the notion that the world is round. Makes me feel so giddy.

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Mrs. Jamieson: Caroline Tomkinson engaged to the butcher! Well, that's the last we'll see of Elegant Economy in this house.

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Mr. Carter: Miss Galindo, Lady Ludlow has mortgaged the estate - against my advice, without my knowledge, and as a direct consequence of your assistance!

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Mr. Carter: The power to make that decision was entirely your, My Lady.

Lady Ludlow: I thank you for that acknowledgement. I hope you see I do this out of concern for my estate, and not the lack of it.

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Lady Ludlow: Do not even speak to me of the railway! I saw for myself the path it would slice across my land. I saw which fields would be devoured, which buildings tumbled! And the damage to Hanbury would be irreversible.

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Mr. Carter: My lady, you house and wage one man whose sole occupation is the winding of your clocks!

Lady Ludlow: I have a great many clocks, Mr. Carter, and Will Jones is mute. Were it not for his position here, he would be in the workhouse, an institution I've heard you say that you abhor.

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Lady Ludlow: My duty is sacred. When I die I will hand my son his inheritance intact.

Mr. Carter: With a mortgage on it!

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Mr. Carter: You have no money! The harvests have been appalling and your funds cannot support this latest charge. I'm sorry I must speak so plainly.

Lady Ludlow: Are you, Mr. Carter?

Mr. Carter: Yes. Because it grieves you.

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[In a letter to Dr. Marshland]

Mary Smith: I do not pretend to understand the nature of friendship between men, Dr. Marshland, but surely in its better points it resembles that between women. Where, then, was your loyalty to Dr. Harrison? Where was your kindness and respect? And where now is your compassion? His career is ruined, his reputation savaged, and his courtship annihilated, all by your willfully mischievous hand.

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Miss Galindo: I assure you, Mr. Carter, I had not the least notion what Lady Ludlow intended to do with the deeds.

Mr. Carter: I am quite sure of that, just as I am quite sure that no... no one on this earth, man or woman, could have stopped her.

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Miss Galindo: The very thought of that mortgage must pierce her like a shard of glass.

Mr. Carter: It pierces me. I've worked beside her these past ten years.

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Miss Galindo: She has made her choice, Mr. Carter. Septimus came first. All other things are rendered secondary.

Mr. Carter: And the tragedy of it is that he'll never return to Hanbury. And as soon as he inherits, he will sell the whole estate.

Miss Galindo: No, Mr. Carter. The tragedy is that Lady Ludlow knows it.

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[Mr. Carter has been seriously injured in an explosion. Miss Galindo is fetching supplies for the doctor]

Mr. Carter: Miss Galindo...

Miss Galindo: Yes?

Mr. Carter: When you are done running his errands, come back to me with a pen and ink.

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[Mr. Carter has finished dictating his will]

Mr. Carter: And that is it. Everything accounted for. It must be signed and witnessed.

Miss Galindo: Mr. Carter, I would be a fine clerk, if I did not know the form of such a thing! Shall I ask Dr. Harrison?

Mr. Carter: No. I don't want him to know I saw the likely end of this. You sign it.

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[Lady Ludlow has brought supplies to help the doctor treating Mr. Carter]

Lady Ludlow: You know as well as I that these are gestures made in place of an apology.

Mr. Carter: We spoke in anger to each other, the other day. I am sorry.

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Mr. Carter: You have no money! The harvests have appalling and your funds cannot support this latest charge. I'm sorry I must speak so plainly.

Lady Ludlow: Are you, Mr. Carter?

Mr. Carter: Yes. Because it grieves you.

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[Mr. Carter has finished dictated his will]

Mr. Carter: And that is it. Everything accounted for. It must be signed and witnessed.

Miss Galindo: Mr. Carter, I would be a fine clerk, if I did not know the form of such a thing! Shall I ask Dr. Harrison?

Mr. Carter: No. I don't him to know I saw the likely end of this. You sign it.

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