The royal visit of King George V to Downton Abbey was based on his real-life visit to Wentworth Woodhouse, a mansion in Yorkshire which was used in this movie for the ballroom scenes at Harewood House. See more »
Mr Sellick makes reference to "working nine to five." This was not the standard working day in 1920s Britain, with most workers having a much longer day. The adjectival sense of "nine to five" is first recorded in 1927, the year the movie is set, so it probably was not well known enough yet to be tossed out and have everybody understand it. See more »
Mail Delivery Man:
A special one today.
[hands Andy the mail]
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