Mr Selfridge (2013–2016)
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Episode #4.1 

It's been 20 years since Selfridge's first opened, and the store is still going strong. As Selfridge's invests in a bold new technology department, Harry prepares to unveil his London legacy.


Robert Del Maestro


Helen Raynor


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Piven ... Harry Selfridge
Simeon Willis ... Journalist One
Samuel West ... Frank Edwards
Trystan Gravelle ... Victor Colleano
Cynthia Erivo ... Alberta Hunter (as Cynthia Ervio)
Ben Righton Ben Righton ... William Whiteley
Will Tudor ... Frank Whiteley
Abigail Eames ... Tatiana de Bolotoff
Kika Markham ... Lois Selfridge
Kara Tointon ... Rosalie de Bolotoff
Calum Callaghan Calum Callaghan ... George Towler
Sacha Parkinson ... Connie Towler
Amy Beth Hayes ... Kitty Edwards
Sam Swann Sam Swann ... Freddy Lyons
Ron Cook ... Mr. Crabb


1928: Grove, missing Josie and with a house full of unruly offspring, celebrates a birthday and twenty years at the store whilst Lady Mae, now divorced and with no money, returns to London. Given her past patronage Harry is keen to help but she has enterprising ideas of her own. In other respects things are not going well for Harry. His plan to unveil a huge statue to womanhood, the Queen of Time, is publicly opposed by reactionary press baron Lord Wynnstay and he loses money on a boxing match sponsored by cocky young entrepreneur Jimmy Dillon. His children Gordon and the divorced Rosalie find themselves rebuffing comments from the gutter press and the statue's unveiling is a disaster, ending Harry up in hospital. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Oliver Dimsdale (Mr. Keen)'s real life wife, Zoë Tapper appears earlier on in the show, playing Ellen Love. They however, don't share any scenes. See more »


With the two oversized US and British flags hanging as backdrops behind the boxing ring, the US flag is improperly displayed. Whether displayed horizontally or vertically, the US flag must always be flown with the star field to the observer's upper left when facing it. In the boxing scene, the US flag is hanging vertically with the star field to the observer's upper right. See more »

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Still going downhill!!!
28 March 2016 | by ohlabtechguySee all my reviews

I have been watching Mr. Selfridge from the beginning. Love the time period and British setting, but the show just keeps getting worse and worse. One glaring problem is that there are NO likable major characters that compel the viewer to watch this. And now that Mr.Selfridge himself is on a downward spiral, he's not even likable. The viewer isn't even rooting much for him to get a grip. He fell and had an accident and the producers could have and should have ended the show there. Really sad to see a good show just nosedive. At least Downton Abbey stayed the course and remained good till the very end. And that show had plenty of likable characters...every last one of them. How hard can it be to stick to the formula whereby you always include likable characters???

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