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"Great fun and marvelous television" --The New York Times
"One of the brightest gems ever to come over the ocean from the British" --The Washington PostUpstairs: the wealthy, aristocratic Bellamys. Downstairs: their loyal and lively servants. For nearly 30 years, they share a fashionable townhouse at 165 Eaton Place in London’s posh Belgravia neighborhood, surviving social change, political upheaval, scandals, and the horrors of the First World War.
The most popular and successful British drama series in television history, Upstairs, Downstairs won seven Emmy® Awards, a Golden Globe, and a Peabody. This epic saga of life and love in Edwardian England captivated viewers for five heart-tugging, humorous, and satisfying seasons. Seen by a billion people in over 40 countries, it’s beloved around the world.
The ensemble cast of top British actors includes Jean Marsh (Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse), Pauline Collins (Shirley Valentine), David Langton (The Spoils of War), Gordon Jackson (The Professionals), Simon Williams (Sword of Honour), and Lesley-Anne Down (North and South).
Am enjoying watching this....is the complete series, so will take awhile to view them all.Published 4 days ago by wish_on_a_star0
Very good. I wished we had watched when it first aired.
After Downton abbey it was nice to see what was its predecessor . Just don't expect fast moving drama.Published 19 days ago by Vicky M. Helms
This is a wonderful series and I hated to see it end! Really gives a historical view of what early English high society was like with their hired help. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Emmy
Our family thinks Upstairs Downstairs is better than its look-alike Downton Abbey. Not quite so soap-operaish (is there such a word?) but
we like them both.
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NPR commenting good or bad on the release would probably not affect a price change. It is also unusual for a price change that fast. Unless your few hours was before midnight last night and you came back to it in the morning. For the umpteenth time, Amazon's prices (like any legit retailer)... Read More
Apr 9, 2011 by Eric Pregosin | See all 4 posts
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Amazon has nothing to do with subbies or captions. As I have said before, they SELL DVDs, they DO NOT MANUFACTURE them. If you are concerned about subtitles or captions, you should be making your statement to manufacturers. They may listen to you. Besides, Amazon does not read these postys.
Sep 7, 2011 by Eric Pregosin | See all 2 posts
She died of the spanish flu in Series 4, just as World War One came to a close. A tragic loss to the series, in my opinion. She was my favorite character.
Nov 22, 2011 by K. Kaun | See all 5 posts
Yes they are. In case nobody told you, legit retailers are only allowed to sell DVDs for their (and ONLY their) region. Your question is being asked on Amazon US, which means Region 1 only. Marketplace Sellers on the other hand are third parties who can sell anything they please. Moreover,... Read More
Apr 2, 2011 by Eric Pregosin | See all 13 posts
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