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Episode #3.4 

Larry brings home a royal guest from a trip to Athens. Louisa is delighted to have a prince staying but finds herself with a less welcome guest - Captain Creech. Gerry has an interview with a local school that divides the two house-guests.

Director:

Roger Goldby

Writers:

Simon Nye, Gerald Durrell (based on "The Corfu Trilogy" by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Keeley Hawes ... Louisa Durrell
Josh O'Connor ... Lawrence Durrell
Milo Parker ... Gerald Durrell
Daisy Waterstone ... Margo Durrell
Callum Woodhouse ... Leslie Durrell
Lucy Black Lucy Black ... Florence Petridis
James Cosmo ... Creech
Tanmay Dhanania ... Jeejeebuoy
Alexis Georgoulis ... Spiros Halikiopoulos
Merch Husey ... Zoltan
Noni Ioannidou Noni Ioannidou ... Headmistress
Yorgos Karamihos ... Theo Stephanides
Vasilis Papadimitriou Vasilis Papadimitriou ... Filimonas
Anna Savva ... Lugaretzia
Gerasimos Skiadaressis ... Mr. Likourgos (as Gerasimos Skiadaresis)
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Storyline

Whilst in Athens Larry meets Indian Prince Jeejeebuoy as well as down and out drunk Captain Creech and brings them both back to Corfu. Jeejee is utterly charming, joining in household chores and admiring Gerry's animals. However Creech gets Louisa drunk, ruining Gerry's chances of attending the local school and selling Larry a boat in which he almost gets lost. Policeman Leslie has a dilemma when he discovers Daphne's father's smuggling activities but strikes a deal which endears him to the family. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Official Sites:

ITV Hub [United Kingdom]

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Scenes of Larry in Athens were simply filmed around the capital town of Corfu. The pillars shown are not Athens' famous Acropolis but those of St. George's Church in the older of Corfu's two Venetian fortresses. It was built comparatively recently in 1840, in the classical Greek style for use by English soldiers garrisoned in the 'Old Fortress'. See more »

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