Jeeves and Wooster (1990–1993)
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Lady Florence Craye Arrives in New York (or, the Once and Future Ex) 

In a New York Bookshop where he is buying Jeeves a birthday present Bertie meets forceful old flame Lady Florence Craye who has rowed with fiance 'Stilton' Cheesewright and decides she ... See full summary »

Director:

Ferdinand Fairfax

Writers:

P.G. Wodehouse (based on the stories of), Clive Exton (dramatized by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hugh Laurie ... Bertie Wooster
Stephen Fry ... Jeeves
Nicholas Palliser Nicholas Palliser ... Stilton
Francesca Folan Francesca Folan ... Florence
Nigel Whitmey Nigel Whitmey ... George
Jennifer Gibson ... Nobby
Frederick Treves ... Worplesden
John Cater ... Clam
Sam Douglas ... Corrigan
Joseph Mydell ... Coneybear
Peter Carlisle Peter Carlisle ... Bookseller
Michael Crossman Michael Crossman ... Billy
Thomasine Heiner Thomasine Heiner ... Secretary
Gregory Sweeney Gregory Sweeney ... Reporter
Amy Tolsky ... Reporter
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Storyline

In a New York Bookshop where he is buying Jeeves a birthday present Bertie meets forceful old flame Lady Florence Craye who has rowed with fiance 'Stilton' Cheesewright and decides she wants to get engaged to Bertie again. 'Stilton' decides he wants to do Bertie a mischief. Florence's father Lord Worplesdon, Aunt Agatha's second husband, is in New York to sell his boats to businessman J. Chichester Clam but the deal is meant to be secret and the press keep pursuing Clam - even on the hotel fire escape. His Lordship's niece Nobby will benefit by the deal as it will gain her the money needed for her beau George Caffyn to put on his play. Jeeves decides that to preserve anonymity everyone should meet in disguise at a penthouse fancy dress party, leading to confusion in high places. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 May 1993 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

Wooster is seen reading the New York Times, Jeeves the New York Herald Tribune (which became the International Herald Tribune in 1967 - 2013.) In both cases the front page is a mock-up, mixing fictional headlines related to the plot, (eg. The "Electrical Storm") with real ones ( eg. "Queen sends for MacDonald"). See more »

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