Stage 2 (1971–1973)
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She Stoops to Conquer 





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Courtenay ... Marlow
Thora Hird ... Mrs. Hardcastle
Juliet Mills ... Kate Hardcastle
Ralph Richardson ... Mr. Hardcastle
Elaine Taylor ... Constance Neville
Brian Cox ... Hastings
Trevor Peacock ... Tony Lumpkin
Ray Mort ... Landlord
Sue Bond Sue Bond ... Bet Bouncer
Gloria Connell Gloria Connell ... Maid
Christopher Hancock ... Diggory
Terry Bale Terry Bale ... Roger
Esmond Knight ... Sir Charles Marlow
Richard Ommanney Richard Ommanney ... Customer (as Richard Ommaney)
John Oxley John Oxley ... Customer


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Release Date:

4 August 1971 (UK) See more »

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Stage 2: She Stoops to Conquer See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


She Stoops To Conquer was first produced in New York City at the John Street Theater on March 15, 1773 and has been produced in New York seven times since as of 2008. See more »


Version of She Stoops to Conquer (1939) See more »

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Class act!
4 August 2004 | by warrior08See all my reviews

I recall watching this show on PBS one Sunday afternoon back around 1971, was bored and surfing the TV when this started. It grabbed my attention immediately, but now I can't recall why. Maybe it was because I thought Juliet Mills was hot! But I found the story to be very entertaining and really enjoyed it. I am surprised it is not out on DVD.

The plot IIRC went like this: in the 1700's some rich young man is considered a very eligible bachelor, but he was so shy that none of the young society types had a chance with him, he literally ran away when introduced to them. However, he was very handy with the hired staff, i.e. the tavern wenches and scullery maids. Juliet Mills gets wind of this, and poses as such to catch his attention. And that is the basis of the story! I would love to see this again.

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