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Upstairs Downstairs: Series 4

All thirteen episodes from the fourth series of the multiple award-winning drama that portrayed the lives, loves and relationships of the well-to-do Bellamy family and their loyal servants. Takes place during the war years of 1914 through 1918, a time of great anxiety and upheaval for England in general and the Bellamy household at 165 Eaton Place in particular.

Year: 1974
Genre: TV Drama, Television Shows, Deluxe Box Sets
Country: UK
Director: Raymond Menmuir, Christopher Hodson, Bill Bain, Derek Bennett
Starring: Angela Baddeley, Gordon Jackson, Jean Marsh, Simon Williams, David Langton
Duration: 656 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains medium level violence.
7.4/10
Location in store: Drama (TV)

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