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The House of Eliott


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The last bead has been stitched into place; the hems have all been taken up; and the models are waiting backstage. Bea and Evie are presenting their last ever collection tonight. Despite viewing figures of 9% million for each episode, there are no plans to make another series - nor even a Christmas special - of The House of Eliott.
Louise Lombard has gone to
America to launch her movie career; and Stella Gonet , happily growing her hair out of its 1920s-style bob, has started rehearsals with the Royal Shakespeare
Company In Stratford.
In this final episode the day of Jack's by-election arrives, and a proposal from Miles's wealthy father threatens to split the House of Eliott apart.
LadyPhylisCrowborougk. JOANNA MCCALLUM Episode written by Deborah Cook Producer Jeremy Gwilt
Director Jeremy Silberston


Unknown: Louise Lombard
Unknown: Stella Gonet
Unknown: Joanna McCallum
Written By: Deborah Cook
Producer: Jeremy Gwilt
Director: Jeremy Silberston
Beatrice Etiott: Stella Gonet
Evangeline Eliott: Louise Lombard
Jack Maddox: Aden Gillett
Madge Althorpe: Judy Flynn
Tilly Foss: Cathy Murphy
Betty Butcher: Diana Rayworth
AgnesClarke: Victoria Alcock
JosephWint: Stephen Churchett
Charles Quance: Bill Thomas
Daniel Page: Richard Llntern
Miles Bannister: Robert Hands
NormanFoss: Toby Whithouse
Lady Maude Westlake: Judy Campbell

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