Mr Selfridge (2013– )
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Episode #1.4 

Whilst Mr Grove - married to an invalid wife - and Miss Mardle continue their affair Miss Bunting is dismissed for stealing and replaced with the progressive Ravillious, whose new-fangled ... See full summary »

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Harry Selfridge
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Henri Leclair
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Mr. Crabb
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Mr. Grove
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Agnes Towler
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Miss Mardle
Pippa Haywood ...
Miss Bunting
Lauren Crace ...
Doris
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Kitty Hawkins
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Miss Blenkinsop
Calum Callaghan ...
George Towler
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Reg Towler
Malcolm Rennie ...
Fraser
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Whilst Mr Grove - married to an invalid wife - and Miss Mardle continue their affair Miss Bunting is dismissed for stealing and replaced with the progressive Ravillious, whose new-fangled ideas annoy many staff members. Harry arranges for visiting Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova to come to the store as a publicity stunt. Rose misses the event as she is at the Chelsea Arts Club with Roddy but finally reveals to him that she is Mrs Selfridge and resists an affair. Ellen Love attempts to upstage Pavlova and is dumped by Harry. Another unwelcome diversion is the arrival of drunken Reg Towler, who is thrown out by Victor. He wants Agnes to live with him but she refuses and leaves the store. Written by don @ minifie-1

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14 April 2013 (USA)  »

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Mr. Selfridge Main Theme
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Performed by Thematic Pianos
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3 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

(1) How much do I like this episode? 2/5. (2) Directing: 2/3. (3) Editing: 2/3. (4) Plot/Story: 4/5. (5) Dialogue: 2/3. (6) Memorability/Uniqueness: 2/3. (7) Quality of characters: 1/2. (8) Acting: 4/5. (9) Cinematography: 3/4. (10) Style/Art Direction/Wardrobe/Make-up & Hair: 2/3. (11) Emotion/Experience of watching it/Comedy: 3/5. (12) Entertainment value: 2/4. (13) Overall quality: 3/5.

Overall rating: 32/50, which is 64% and so a 6/10.


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