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Upstairs Downstairs: Season 1 (1971-1972)
Critic Consensus: An update of the classic series, this edition of Upstairs, Downstairs isn't quite as riotous as the original, but it still outshines most of its contemporaries.
The first season of the popular BBC drama "Upstairs Downstairs" introduces us to the aristocratic Bellamy family and the servants who tend them. Set in a large townhouse in Edwardian London, 165 Eaton Place is revealed to be the scene of scandal, heartbreak and class division across the first 13 episodes. As Lady Marjorie embarks on an affair, her daughter Elisabeth returns from boarding school and straight into the arms of a liberal poet. Meanwhile the servants deal with a surprise pregnancy,… More
as Richard Bellamy
as Mrs. Bridges
as Sir Geoffrey Dillon
as Elizabeth Bellamy
as Lawrence Kirbridge
as James Bellamy
as Lady Marjorie Bellam...
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It's just a touch of the veddy, veddy humor that helps make everything so delightful before the world intrudes into Masterpiece Classic's revival of Upstairs Downstairs.
Memories of what was so entrancing about the original show come wafting back.
For looks and literary quality, an uneven new "Upstairs Downstairs" still beats most of what's on television.
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