Lillie (1978– )
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Fifty Cents a Dance 

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Lillie grieves over Bertie's death. Jeanne still holds the past against Lillie and refuses to see her. Prince Louis asks Jeanne to forgive him and Lillie. In New York, Lillie patronizes a ... See full summary »

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John Gorrie, James Brough (novel) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Francesca Annis ... Lillie
John Castle ... Prince Louis of Battenberg
Ann Firbank ... Queen Alexandra
James Warwick ... Hugo de Bathe
Adam Bareham Adam Bareham ... Clement Le Breton
Joanna David ... Jeanne Marie
Paul Herzberg Paul Herzberg ... Louis D'Albani
Penelope Lee Penelope Lee ... Lady de Grey
David King David King ... Sydney Grundy
Paul Gregory ... Ian Malcolm
Freda Dowie ... Mathilde Peat
David Allister David Allister ... Edward Michael
Keith Varnier Keith Varnier ... King George V
Jill Simcox Jill Simcox ... Queen Mary
Michelle Magorian Michelle Magorian ... Cicely Courtneidge (as Mikki Magorian)
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Storyline

Lillie grieves over Bertie's death. Jeanne still holds the past against Lillie and refuses to see her. Prince Louis asks Jeanne to forgive him and Lillie. In New York, Lillie patronizes a dance hall where she pays for partners and winds up in an altercation with another patroness. Lillie organizes a benefit show in support of British forces. After WWI ends, Lillie moves to the French Riviera. Jeanne's son Victor reconciles his mother and Lillie. Written by mama.sylvia

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17 December 1978 (UK) See more »

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Lillie tells King George V and Queen Mary that Clement was her last surviving brother. In reality, William was the last of her six brothers to die. He died in 1931, having outlived her by two years. See more »

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