Cranford: Season 2, Episode 2

Return to Cranford: Part Two - October 1844 (17 Jan. 2010)

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A surprise wedding causes a rift in friendships. Edward Bell is revealed as a thief and tries to flee with Peggy as his escort. A great train wreck occurs; Harry, who has run away from ... See full summary »

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A surprise wedding causes a rift in friendships. Edward Bell is revealed as a thief and tries to flee with Peggy as his escort. A great train wreck occurs; Harry, who has run away from school, is found on the brink of death by Miss Galindo and the Reverend Hutton; William Buxton is badly injured. The Assembly Rooms are returned to their former glory for a Christmas celebration at which Miss Matty receives a wonderful gift. Written by C N Sublett

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William Buxton: Have you seen the gorse?
Peggy Bell: There was not a flower to be had. I should not have plucked it otherwise. The poor twigs look so stark. Miss Matty once told me that there was a saying... "When gorse is out of blossom, then kissing is out of fashion."
William Buxton: This room is so warm that they mistake the month for spring. And one of them bears a single golden bud.
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I Must Live All Alone
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Collected by Lucy Broadwood (1893)
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