Jeeves And Wooster. Image shows from L to R: Bertie Wooster (Hugh Laurie), Jeeves (Stephen Fry). Copyright: Picture Partnership Productions.

Jeeves And Wooster

ITV comedy drama about a man and his valet. 23 episodes (4 series), 1990 - 1993. Stars Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Mary Wimbush, Elizabeth Spriggs and others.

Series 3, Episode 6

Aunt Dahlia demands Bertie's assistance in charming a best-selling author for her refined ladies' magazine.

Further details

Arriving at Marsham Manor he is alarmed to discover Madeline and Spode present, newly elevated as Lord Sidcup, and a rather saucy painting that no-one likes but cannot bring themselves to destroy. Bingo, meanwhile, has fallen in love with the daughter of a hardline revolutionary socialist!

Wooster's flat is invaded by Communist revolutionaries.

Notes

Dorney Court was the location for Marsham Manor in this episode.

This episode is known by the following titles:
Comrade Bingo
Aunt Dahlia
Cornelia And Madeline

It is based on the book The Inimitable Jeeves.

Broadcast details

Date
Sunday 3rd May 1992
Time
9:05pm
Channel
ITV
Length
60 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Stephen Fry Jeeves
    Hugh Laurie Bertie Wooster
    Elizabeth Morton Madeline Bassett
    Guest cast
    John Turner Spode
    Geoffrey Toone Bittlesham
    Patricia Lawrence Aunt Dahlia
    Pip Torrens Bingo Little
    Rachel Robertson Charlotte
    Peter Benson Mr Rowbotham
    Colin Higgins Comrade Butt
    Brenda Kempner Lady Bittlesham
    Ann Queensbury Cornelia
    Bev Wills Everard
    Chris Banks Edward
    Stewart Porter Speaker
    Roger Frost Speaker
    David Peart Footman
    Writing team
    Clive Exton Writer (Adapted By)
    Production team
    Ferdinand Fairfax Director
    Brian Eastman Producer
    Sally Head Executive Producer
    Derek Bain Editor
    Eileen Diss Production Designer
    Anne Dudley Composer

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