Mr Selfridge (2013–2016)
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Episode #3.7 

Miss Mardle organizes Doris Grove's funeral, barring Billy, the delivery boy and true father of Doris's son Ernest. Sensing that she is troubled Mr Crabb persuades Miss Mardle to tell Grove... See full summary »


Joss Agnew


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Goodman-Hill ... Mr. Grove
Ron Cook ... Mr. Crabb
Amanda Abbington ... Miss Mardle
Amy Beth Hayes ... Kitty Edwards
Jeremy Piven ... Harry Selfridge
Trystan Gravelle ... Victor Colleano
Samuel West ... Frank Edwards
Calum Callaghan Calum Callaghan ... George Towler
Craig Fletcher Craig Fletcher ... Billy
Sean Campion ... Regan
Sadie Shimmin Sadie Shimmin ... Miss Plunkett
Kelly Adams ... Nancy Webb
Naomi Ryan Naomi Ryan ... Elsa
Andrew Macklin Andrew Macklin ... Ryan
Hannah Tointon ... Violette Selfridge


Miss Mardle organizes Doris Grove's funeral, barring Billy, the delivery boy and true father of Doris's son Ernest. Sensing that she is troubled Mr Crabb persuades Miss Mardle to tell Grove the truth about the child's paternity, adding that Doris was run over returning home from taking Ernest to see his father. The news is not well received. George is disturbed to find that Ryan is dealing drugs from Victor's club and quits. His fears are justified when a patron almost dies of an over-dose. Nancy starts to feel guilty about her plan to defraud Harry when he tells her that he has sold large numbers of his shares to finance her project - some of which were bought by Loxley, who now has enough of them to sit on the board of share-holders. Harry is angry, especially with Serge, who sold some of his holdings to Loxley to finance a new business venture but there is good news when Rosalie announces that she is pregnant. Written by don @ minifie-1

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8 March 2015 (UK) See more »

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When the drug user is found at Colleano's Mr Colleano indicates that 'they cannot call a doctor as the doctor will inform the police', indicating that Colleano's has committed an offence. This would not have been so. The Defence of the Realm Act (1916)(Regulation 40B) made it an offence to use opium based drugs (originally for soldiers but was then extended to the general public 2 months later). The Dangerous Drugs Act (1920) made it an offence 'of being an occupier of premises permitting the smoking of prepared opium'. As the episode is set in 1919 - reference is made to the Peace Treaty, Colleano's had not committed an offence. Whilst it would have been preferable not to have the police present, it is difficult to believe that he would have said not to call a doctor before making sure the customer was not seriously ill if no actual offence had been committed. See more »


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Everyone's life is falling to pieces!!!!
4 May 2015 | by ohlabtechguySee all my reviews

This show keeps getting worse and worse. Mr. Selfridge is headed for financial ruin. His one daughter is married to a vain, user, loser. His other daughter is in love with a good boy gone bad. Mr. Groves is mad about something Miss Mardle said, did, or shouldn't have. And Miss Webb is caught up in a huge scheme to swindle Mr. Selfridge out of a lot of money. The writers have written out every last shred of decent character development and heartwarming story lines that anyone could have hoped for. Where is Jullian Fellowes when you need him???? It's a disgusting shame how the creative staff behind this drama have totally aberrated it

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