Lillie (1978– )
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Lillie's affair with a rich jockey who enjoys shocking society worries Patsy, as Squire Abington has a history of abusing women. He wants to marry Lillie, but Edward still refuses to ... See full summary »

Director:

John Gorrie

Writers:

David Butler, James Brough (novel) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Francesca Annis ... Lillie
Anton Rodgers ... Edward Langtry
Denis Lill Denis Lill ... Bertie
Peter Egan ... Oscar Wilde
Jennie Linden ... Patsy Cornwallis-West
Nicholas Jones ... Squire Abington
Peggy Ann Wood Peggy Ann Wood ... Mrs. Le Breton
Adam Bareham Adam Bareham ... Clement Le Breton
John Justin ... Prince Paul Esterhazy
Catherine Feller ... Dominique
John Barcroft John Barcroft ... Francis Knollys
James Warwick ... Hugo de Bathe
Christopher Bramwell Christopher Bramwell ... Robert Peel
Simon Shepherd ... Lord Alfred Douglas
Philip Voss ... Edward Carson
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Storyline

Lillie's affair with a rich jockey who enjoys shocking society worries Patsy, as Squire Abington has a history of abusing women. He wants to marry Lillie, but Edward still refuses to divorce her. Lillie doesn't break with Squire even after he beats her, but she collects money and gifts. Lillie starts racing the horses Squire gave her. Oscar Wilde is arrested for sodomy, convicted, and imprisoned. Lillie finally gets her American divorce and Edward is committed to a psychiatric hospital. Written by mama.sylvia

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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 December 1978 (UK) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Oscar Wilde: I may not be speaking to her, Bozie, but that is no reason why I shouldn't speak up for her.
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