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The Resource Upstairs, downstairs : the complete series, London Weekend Television ; series created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins, (DVD)

Upstairs, downstairs : the complete series, London Weekend Television ; series created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins, (DVD)

Label
Upstairs, downstairs : the complete series
Title
Upstairs, downstairs
Title remainder
the complete series
Statement of responsibility
London Weekend Television ; series created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Upstairs, the Bellamy family negotiated the scandals and successes of the English aristocracy. Downstairs, their loyal and lively servants showed far less reserve when confronting the challenges of their lives. Together, their stories made TV magic. All 68 episodes of the landmark series are presented
Member of
Cataloging source
MDK
Characteristic
videorecording
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
Upstairs, downstairs (Television program)
Credits note
Executive producer, Rex Firkin ; producer, John Hawkesworth
Intended audience
Not rated
PerformerNote
Pauline Collins, Gordon Jackson, jean Marsh, Angela Baddeley, Rachel Gurney, David Langton, Evin Crowley, Patsy Smart, George Innes, Brian Osborne, Patsy Crowther, Simon Williams, Nicola Pagett, Joan Benham, Christopher Beeny, Susan Porett, Ian Ogilvy, Maggie Wells, Jenifer Armitage, Jenny Tomasin, Raymond Huntley, John Alderton, Cathleen Nesbitt, Donald Burton, Jane Carr, Meg Wynn Owen, Richard Vernon, Jacqueline Tong, Lesley-Anne Down, Mel Churcher, Hannah Gordon, Karen Dotrice, Gareth Hunt, Celia Bannerman, Anthony Andrews
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1940-
  • 1923-1990
  • 1904-1976
  • 1938-
  • 1946 June 16-
  • 1943-
  • 1940-
  • 1904-1990
  • 1888-
  • 1950-
  • 1925-1997
  • 1942-2007
  • 1948-
  • 1934-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Collins, Pauline
  • Jackson, Gordon
  • Marsh, Jean
  • Baddeley, Angela
  • Gurney, Rachel
  • Langton, David
  • Crowley, Evin
  • Smart, Patsy
  • Innes, George
  • Osborne, Brian
  • Crowther, Patsy
  • Williams, Simon
  • Pagett, Nicola
  • Benham, Joan
  • Beeny, Christopher
  • Porrett, Susan
  • Armitage, Jenifer
  • Wells, Maggie
  • Ogilvy, Ian
  • Alderton, John
  • Tomasin, Jenny
  • Huntley, Raymond
  • Nesbitt, Cathleen
  • Burton, Donald
  • Carr, Jane
  • Owen, Meg Wynn
  • Vernon, Richard
  • Bannerman, Celia
  • Tong, Jacqueline
  • Down, Lesley-Anne
  • Churcher, Mel
  • Gordon, Hannah
  • Dotrice, Karen,
  • Hunt, Gareth
  • Andrews, Anthony
  • Menmuir, Raymond
  • Bennett, Derek
  • Kemp-Welch, Joan
  • Parker, Brian
  • Wise, Herbert
  • Coke, Cyril
  • Bain, Bill
  • Hodson, Christopher
  • Harris, Lionel
  • Langton, Simon
  • Ormerod, James
  • Atkins, Eileen
  • Hawkesworth, John
  • Shaughnessy, Alfred
  • London Weekend Television, ltd
  • Sagitta Productions
  • Granada Media (Firm)
  • Arts and Entertainment Network
  • New Video Group
  • A & E Home Video (Firm)
Runtime
0
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Families
  • Television programs
  • Domestics
  • Social classes
  • Great Britain
Target audience
general
Technique
live action
Label
Upstairs, downstairs : the complete series, London Weekend Television ; series created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins, (DVD)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Subtitle from set container
  • Videodisc release of the 1971-1975 television series
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Contents
  • Volumes I & II: The complete first season. Volume one: Episode 1. On trial (by Fay Weldon ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 2. The Mistress and the maids (by Maureen Duffy ; director Derek Bennett) ; Episode 3. Board wages (by Terence Brady & Charlotte Bingham ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 4. The path of duty (by John Harrison ; director, Joan Kemp-Welch) -- Volume two. Episode 5. A suitable marriage (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Joan Kemp-Welch) ; Episode 6. A cry for help (by Julian Bond ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 7. Magic casements (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Joan Kemp-Welch) ; Episode 8. I dies from love (byTerence Brady & Charlotte Bingham ; director, Raymond Menmuir)
  • Volumes III & IV: The complete first season. Volume three: Episode 9. Why is her door locked? (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Brian Parker) ; Episode 10. A voice from the past (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 11. The Swedish tiger (by Raymond Bowers ; director, Brian Parker) ; Episode 12. The key of the door (by John Hawkesworth & Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Raymond Menmuir) -- Volume four: Episode 13. For love of love (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Herbert Wise) ; Upstairs downstairs remembered: the 25th anniversay special
  • Volumes V & VI: The complete second season. Volume one: Episode 1. The new man (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 2. A pair of exiles (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 3. Married love (by John Harrison ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 4. Whom God hath joined... (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Guest of honor (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 6. The property of a lady (by Peter Wildeblood ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 7. Your obedient servant (by Fay Weldon ; director, Derek Bennett)
  • Volumes VII & VIII: The complete second season. Volume three: Episode 8. Out of everywhere (by Terence Brady & Charlotte Bingham ; director, Chrisstpher Hodson) ; Episode 9. An object of value (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 10. A special mischief (by Anthony Skene ; director, Raymond Menmuir) -- Volume four: Episode 11. The fruits of love (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. The wages of sin (by Anthony Skene ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 13. A family gathering (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Raymond Menmuir)
  • Volumes IX & X: The complete third season. Volume one: Episode 1. Miss Forrest (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 2. A house divided (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 3. A change of scene (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 4. A family secret (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Derek Bennett) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Rose's pigeon (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 6. Desirous of change (by Fay Weldon ; director, Lionel Harris) ; Episode 7. Word of honour (by Anthony Skene ; director, Christopher Hodson)
  • Volumes XI & XII: The complete third season. Volume three: Episode 8. The bolter (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 9. Goodwill to all men (By Deborah Mortimer ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 10. What the footman saw (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Cyril Coke) -- Volume four: Episode 11. A perfect stranger (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. Distant thunder (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 13. The sudden storm (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Bill Bain)
  • Volumes XIII & XIV: The complete fourth season. Volume one: Episode 1. A patriotic offering (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 2. News from the front (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 3. The beastly Hun (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 4. Women shall not weep (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Christopher Hodson) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Tug of war (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 6. Home fires (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 7. If you were the only girl in the world (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Raymond Menmuir)
  • Volumes XV & XVI: The complete fourth season. Volume three: Episode 8. The glorious dead (by Elizabeth Jane Howard ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 9. Another year (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 10. The hero's farewell (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume four: Episode 11. Missing believed killed (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. Facing fearful odds (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 13. Peace out of pain (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Christopher Hodson)
  • Volumes XVII & XVIII: The complete fifth season. Volume one: Episode 1. On with the dance, summer 1919 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 2. A place in the world, February 1920 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 3. Laugh a little louder please, summer 1921 (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 4. The joy ride, autumn 1921 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Wanted--a good home, spring 1922 (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Christpher Hodson) ; Episode 6. An old flame, spring 1923 (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 7. Disillusion, spring 1924 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 8. Such a lovely man, summer 1925 (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Christoper Hodson)
  • Volumes XIX & XX: The complete fifth season. Volume three: Episode 9. The nine days wonder, May 1926 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Simon Langton) ; Episode 10. The understudy, September 1926 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, James Ormerod) ; Episode 11. Alberto, June 1927 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. Will ye no come back again (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume four: Episode 13. Joke over, summer 1928 (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 14. Nobless oblige, summer 1929 (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 15. All the king's horses, October 1929 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Simon Langton) ; Episode 15. Whither shall i wander, summer 1930 (By John Hawkesworth ; director, Bill Bain)
Control code
ocm51218168
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
20 videodiscs (ca 3468 min.)
Isbn
9780767050562
Isbn Type
(v. 17&18)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
733961706079 (set)
Other physical details
sd., col.
Publisher number
  • AAE-70607
  • AAE-70616 - AAE 70625
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(Sirsi) ADF-2964
System details
DVD
Video recording format
DVD
Label
Upstairs, downstairs : the complete series, London Weekend Television ; series created by Sagitta Productions Ltd. in association with Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins, (DVD)
Publication
Note
  • Subtitle from set container
  • Videodisc release of the 1971-1975 television series
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Contents
  • Volumes I & II: The complete first season. Volume one: Episode 1. On trial (by Fay Weldon ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 2. The Mistress and the maids (by Maureen Duffy ; director Derek Bennett) ; Episode 3. Board wages (by Terence Brady & Charlotte Bingham ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 4. The path of duty (by John Harrison ; director, Joan Kemp-Welch) -- Volume two. Episode 5. A suitable marriage (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Joan Kemp-Welch) ; Episode 6. A cry for help (by Julian Bond ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 7. Magic casements (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Joan Kemp-Welch) ; Episode 8. I dies from love (byTerence Brady & Charlotte Bingham ; director, Raymond Menmuir)
  • Volumes III & IV: The complete first season. Volume three: Episode 9. Why is her door locked? (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Brian Parker) ; Episode 10. A voice from the past (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 11. The Swedish tiger (by Raymond Bowers ; director, Brian Parker) ; Episode 12. The key of the door (by John Hawkesworth & Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Raymond Menmuir) -- Volume four: Episode 13. For love of love (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Herbert Wise) ; Upstairs downstairs remembered: the 25th anniversay special
  • Volumes V & VI: The complete second season. Volume one: Episode 1. The new man (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 2. A pair of exiles (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 3. Married love (by John Harrison ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 4. Whom God hath joined... (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Guest of honor (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 6. The property of a lady (by Peter Wildeblood ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 7. Your obedient servant (by Fay Weldon ; director, Derek Bennett)
  • Volumes VII & VIII: The complete second season. Volume three: Episode 8. Out of everywhere (by Terence Brady & Charlotte Bingham ; director, Chrisstpher Hodson) ; Episode 9. An object of value (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 10. A special mischief (by Anthony Skene ; director, Raymond Menmuir) -- Volume four: Episode 11. The fruits of love (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. The wages of sin (by Anthony Skene ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 13. A family gathering (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Raymond Menmuir)
  • Volumes IX & X: The complete third season. Volume one: Episode 1. Miss Forrest (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 2. A house divided (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 3. A change of scene (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 4. A family secret (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Derek Bennett) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Rose's pigeon (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 6. Desirous of change (by Fay Weldon ; director, Lionel Harris) ; Episode 7. Word of honour (by Anthony Skene ; director, Christopher Hodson)
  • Volumes XI & XII: The complete third season. Volume three: Episode 8. The bolter (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 9. Goodwill to all men (By Deborah Mortimer ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 10. What the footman saw (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Cyril Coke) -- Volume four: Episode 11. A perfect stranger (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. Distant thunder (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 13. The sudden storm (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Bill Bain)
  • Volumes XIII & XIV: The complete fourth season. Volume one: Episode 1. A patriotic offering (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 2. News from the front (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 3. The beastly Hun (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 4. Women shall not weep (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Christopher Hodson) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Tug of war (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 6. Home fires (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 7. If you were the only girl in the world (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Raymond Menmuir)
  • Volumes XV & XVI: The complete fourth season. Volume three: Episode 8. The glorious dead (by Elizabeth Jane Howard ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 9. Another year (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 10. The hero's farewell (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume four: Episode 11. Missing believed killed (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. Facing fearful odds (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Raymond Menmuir) ; Episode 13. Peace out of pain (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Christopher Hodson)
  • Volumes XVII & XVIII: The complete fifth season. Volume one: Episode 1. On with the dance, summer 1919 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 2. A place in the world, February 1920 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 3. Laugh a little louder please, summer 1921 (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 4. The joy ride, autumn 1921 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume two: Episode 5. Wanted--a good home, spring 1922 (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Christpher Hodson) ; Episode 6. An old flame, spring 1923 (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Derek Bennett) ; Episode 7. Disillusion, spring 1924 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 8. Such a lovely man, summer 1925 (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Christoper Hodson)
  • Volumes XIX & XX: The complete fifth season. Volume three: Episode 9. The nine days wonder, May 1926 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Simon Langton) ; Episode 10. The understudy, September 1926 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, James Ormerod) ; Episode 11. Alberto, June 1927 (by Alfred Shaughnessy ; director, Christopher Hodson) ; Episode 12. Will ye no come back again (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) -- Volume four: Episode 13. Joke over, summer 1928 (by Rosemary Anne Sisson ; director, Bill Bain) ; Episode 14. Nobless oblige, summer 1929 (by John Hawkesworth ; director, Cyril Coke) ; Episode 15. All the king's horses, October 1929 (by Jeremy Paul ; director, Simon Langton) ; Episode 15. Whither shall i wander, summer 1930 (By John Hawkesworth ; director, Bill Bain)
Control code
ocm51218168
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
20 videodiscs (ca 3468 min.)
Isbn
9780767050562
Isbn Type
(v. 17&18)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
733961706079 (set)
Other physical details
sd., col.
Publisher number
  • AAE-70607
  • AAE-70616 - AAE 70625
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(Sirsi) ADF-2964
System details
DVD
Video recording format
DVD

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