The House of Eliott (1991–1994)
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Episode #3.6 

Evie and Daniel, now a couple, attend a function given by Lady Romford, though Daniel feels ill at ease in high society, and only agrees to Lady Romford's request to paint her portrait ... See full summary »

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Gwennan Sage
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Stella Gonet Stella Gonet ... Beatrice Eliott
Louise Lombard ... Evangeline Eliott
Aden Gillett ... Jack Maddox
Cathy Murphy ... Tilly Foss
Judy Flynn ... Madge Althorpe
Victoria Alcock Victoria Alcock ... Agnes Clarke
Diana Rayworth Diana Rayworth ... Betty Butcher
Bill Thomas Bill Thomas ... Charles Quance
Stephen Churchett ... Joseph Wint
Melanie Ramsay Melanie Ramsay ... Grace Keeble
Ian Redford Ian Redford ... Larry Cotter
Richard Lintern ... Daniel Page
Robert Hands Robert Hands ... Miles Bannister
Toby Whithouse ... Norman Foss
Jamie Foreman ... Gerry Althorpe
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Evie and Daniel, now a couple, attend a function given by Lady Romford, though Daniel feels ill at ease in high society, and only agrees to Lady Romford's request to paint her portrait after encouragement from Bea. When Lady Romford dislikes the finished result - largely because Daniel resisted her advances - Bea and Evie fall out. Jack, however, on the strength of his crusading articles, is invited to join the Labour party. Madge finally leaves her husband to live with Charles after a public scene. The new collection is premiered, despite the obstacle of the fire, and the press reviews are good. However Sears-Roebuck make it clear that they want nothing more to do with the house and Bea suspects spite on Donald's part. Written by don @ minifie-1

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6 February 1994 (UK) See more »

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Time-Traveling Furniture Vans
26 April 2013 | by selene-imdbSee all my reviews

A van from "Orchards The Furniture People" of Bristol, established in 1965, appears in an early scene in this episode.

A van from "Orchards The Furniture People" of Bristol, established in 1965, appears in an early scene in this episode.

A van from "Orchards The Furniture People" of Bristol, established in 1965, appears in an early scene in this episode.

A van from "Orchards The Furniture People" of Bristol, established in 1965, appears in an early scene in this episode.

A van from "Orchards The Furniture People" of Bristol, established in 1965, appears in an early scene in this episode.

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