Lillie: Season 1, Episode 12

Sunset and Evening Star (10 Dec. 1978)

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Lillie's jewels are stolen from the bank, and Lillie goes back on stage to raise money. Lillie marries Hugo de Bathe, 20 years her junior, but can't keep him faithful. Lillie rebuilds an ... See full summary »

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Denis Lill ...
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John Justin ...
Prince Esterhazy
James Warwick ...
Ann Firbank ...
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Catherine Feller ...
Dominique
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Penelope Lee ...
Lady De Gray
Elaine Wells ...
Alice
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Lillie's jewels are stolen from the bank, and Lillie goes back on stage to raise money. Lillie marries Hugo de Bathe, 20 years her junior, but can't keep him faithful. Lillie rebuilds an old theatre, which she renamed the Imperial. Ian Malcolm wants to marry Jeanne Marie even though the family won't accept Lillie. After Ian tells Jeanne her father was Prince Louis, she is so angry at her mother's deceptions that Jeanne refuses to see Lillie again. Written by mama.sylvia

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King Edward VII: Your stables are phenomenally successful, you're top of the winning owners again.
Lillie Langtry: Yes, I'm sorry I beat you.
King Edward VII: No, you're not.
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