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Downstairs are now profoundly sorry for these hapless victims and are utterly committed to do all they can to comfort their new friends.
James is notified that he will not return to the front line and has been moved to a safe desk job as part of the General Nesfield's staff.
Disgusted at being used as a political pawn, James leaves Eaton Place immediately to consider his next move – he is determined to return to the front, the proper place for a soldier.
Writer: John Hawkesworth Designer: Colin Pigott Director: Derek Bennett Regular cast: Mrs Bridges, Hudson, Hazel Bellamy, James Bellamy, Richard Bellamy, Sir Geoffrey Dillon, Edward, Daisy, Ruby, Colonel Buchanan Guest cast: Edward Underdown (General Nesfield), Miles Bennett (The Telegraph Boy), Ena Baga (Kinema Pianist) [Uncredited: Sarah Whitlock, Christine Cole, Penny Lambrith, Pat Quayle, Sheila Vivian, Gilly Flower, Eunice Bennett, Elizabeth Broom, Kay Clarke, Daphne Davey, Sally Sinclair, Constance Myers, George Hancock, Evan Ross, Leslie Weeks, Nigel Stevens, Colin Barrie, Paul Barton, Reg Lloyd, Jimmy Mac (Extras in cinema)] This episode had a working title of send Hudson to a local recruiting office to enlist. Hazel is annoyed at Hudson for his histrionic talk below stairs, reprimands him and demands that he stop his bombastic rants at once.
These include the original listing in each case (with thanks to Michael Baxter and Chris Herbert for helping to fill some gaps).
Grateful thanks are due to John Iodice – all of the synopses have been supplied by him and are used with permission.