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 4, Episode 2

Wooster's attempt to facilitate a large business deal goes terribly awry. Not only does every endeavour to unite the concerned moguls fail, but Bertie finds himself unwillingly engaged once more to Lady Florence Craye - a development sure to enrage her erstwhile fiancé, Stilton Cheesewright.

Further details

The peaceful existence that Bertie Wooster and Jeeves have been enjoying in Manhattan is shattered when Bertie's ex-fiancée Lady Florence Craye arrives in New York. He thinks he is safe from her attentions because she is engaged to D'Arcy 'Stilton' Cheesewright. But Lady Florence declares she will marry Bertie after all.

Notes

This episode is known by the following titles:
The Once And Future Ex
Jeeves In The Morning
Lady Florence Craye Arrives In New York

It is based on the book Joy In The Morning.

Broadcast details

Date
Sunday 23rd May 1993
Time
9pm
Channel
ITV
Length
60 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Stephen Fry Jeeves
    Hugh Laurie Bertie Wooster
    Francesca Folan Lady Florence Craye
    Guest cast
    Sam Douglas Corrigan
    Di Cooke Chorus Girl
    Kim Barrand Chorus Girl
    Nola Haynes Chorus Girl
    Joseph Mydell Coneybear (Liftman)
    Nicholas Palliser Stilton
    Nigel Whitmey George
    Jennifer Gibson Nobby
    Frederick Treves Worplesden
    John Cater Clam
    Peter Carlisle Bookseller
    Michael Crossman Billy
    Thomasine Heiner Secretary
    Gregory Sweeney Reporter
    Amy Tolsky Reporter
    Richard Brake Reporter
    John Alexander Gorilla
    Kristopher Milnes Edwin
    Kim McCarthy Chorus Girl
    Alison Jenkins Chorus Girl
    Sue Hadleigh Chorus Girl
    Domini Winter Choreographer
    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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