To Serve Them All My Days: Season 1, Episode 9

Part Nine (12 Dec. 1980)

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Alcock demands that the housemasters identify the older boys who have special friendships with younger boys. Carter intends to buy a prep school and invites David to be his partner. David ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Duttine ...
Frank Middlemass ...
Alan MacNaughton ...
Howarth (as Alan MacNaughtan)
Susan Jameson ...
Charles Kay ...
Patricia Lawrence ...
Neil Stacy ...
David King ...
Barnaby
Phillip Joseph ...
Emrys Powlett-Jones
Cyril Luckham ...
Michael Turner ...
Brigadier Cooper
Norman Bird ...
Alderman Blunt
Raymond Bowers ...
Evans
Andrew Bicknell ...
Daniel Slater ...
Vesey
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Alcock demands that the housemasters identify the older boys who have special friendships with younger boys. Carter intends to buy a prep school and invites David to be his partner. David is intrigued by Christine Forster, a would-be Labour MP from an upper-class background. Alcock threatens David with dismissal if he doesn't resign. Written by mama.sylvia

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Algy Herries: Alcock, eh?
David Powlett-Jones: Do you know what he's done now? He's started a sort of purge on friendships. He can't see two boys walking around the school without thinking they're, well, perverted. He's got a mind like a sewer.
Algy Herries: Strong words, David. That kind of thing can be a very difficult problem for a Head, you know.
David Powlett-Jones: It's not a problem at all at Bamfylde!
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