Acting on her moral sense of duty, Hyacinth volunteers to pick up the guest speaker for the ladies' luncheon. But finding the seafaring commodore turns out to be a little harder than expected.

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David Griffin ...
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Linda James ...
Committee member
Liz Edmiston ...
Committee member
Ann Davies ...
Lady at luncheon
Len Lowe ...
The passenger (as Leonard Lowe)
Donald T. Allen ...
the Station Master
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Acting on her moral sense of duty, Hyacinth volunteers to pick up the guest speaker for the ladies' luncheon. But finding the seafaring commodore turns out to be a little harder than expected.

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Comedy

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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26 September 1993 (UK)  »

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The stationmaster is never named in the credits, despite the fact that there is a nameplate on his desk which shows that his name is Winston T. Victor. See more »

Goofs

Hyacinth tries to take the pen from the Station Master but is unsuccessful. However, in the next shot she is holding the pen. See more »

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[first lines]
Richard: I know I'm not encouraged to have an enquiring mind, but why are we going to wherever I'm taking you?
Hyacinth: Mm? Our destination is the Manor House function rooms in Morton Road. I have to see to the arrangements for today's Ladies' Luncheon Club; they rely on me so.
Richard: Does that mean you won't be at home for lunch?
Hyacinth: No, of course I won't be at home for lunch, dear. We have a special speaker today. You'll have to manage on your own for once.
[Richard starts to whistle]
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Connections

References The King and I (1956) See more »

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Happy Talk
by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
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