Purporting to side with his wife Sir Giles uses the compromising photos of Dundridge to dissuade him from his tunnel idea and to run the motorway through the alternative route,the new town ... See full summary »

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Sir Giles
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Lady Maud
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Blott
Simon Cadell ...
Dundridge
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Mrs Forthby
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Ganglion
Geoffrey Chater ...
Minister
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Hoskins
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Lord Leakham
Sarah Porter ...
Bessie Williams
Jeremy Clyde ...
Densher
Nicholas Selby ...
General Burnett
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Mr. Bullett-Finch
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Mrs. Bullett-Finch
Matyelok Gibbs ...
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Purporting to side with his wife Sir Giles uses the compromising photos of Dundridge to dissuade him from his tunnel idea and to run the motorway through the alternative route,the new town of Otterton. Thus,at the resumed hearing,Dundridge leans on convenor Lord Leakham -using Lady Maud's threats to sue him for having her falsely imprisoned - to save the hall. He is,reluctantly,put in charge with supervising the construction of the new route. A grateful Lady Maud invites him to dinner and contrives to have him stay the night but,after being pursued by an amorous lady and shot at by Blott,"defending her honour", an irate,and nude,Dundridge vows to run the motorway through Handyman Hall after all. Written by don @ minifie-1

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20 February 1985 (UK)  »

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