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 3

Bertie once again finds himself attempting to smooth the path of love by winning marital approval for Tuppy Glossop. The Rosie M. Banks guise, a false fiancée and a dalliance with Honoria all end up coming into play, and it's not long before Jeeves and Wooster are fleeing Manhattan in fear of their lives!

Further details

Bertie tries his hand at matchmaking advising Bingo on how to woo the girl of his dreams, and encouraging Blair Eggleston to propose to his own ex girlfriend Honoria.

Notes

This episode is known by the following titles:
Bridgeroom Wanted
Bingo And The Little Woman
Honoria Glossop Turns Up

It is based on the book The Inimitable Jeeves.

Broadcast details

Date
Sunday 30th May 1993
Time
9pm
Channel
ITV
Length
60 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Stephen Fry Jeeves
    Hugh Laurie Bertie Wooster
    Guest cast
    Elizabeth Kettle Honoria Glossop
    Geoffrey Toone Bittlesham
    Pip Torrens Bingo Little
    Joseph Mydell Coneybear (Liftman)
    Peter Carlisle Bookseller
    Anastasia Hille Rosie M Banks
    Philip Locke Sir Roderick Glossop
    Veronica Clifford Myrtle Snap
    Otto Jarman Blair
    David Healy Waterbury (Theatrical Agent)
    Seretta Wilson (as Serretta Wilson) Trixie (Actress)
    Paul Kynman Porky Jupp (Heavy)
    Edmund Dring Dobson
    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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