Bramwell (1995–1998)
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Episode #2.1 

Eleanor and her father are involved in a subway accident, and Eleanor must amputate Peter Mills' crushed leg in order to save his life. Caring for him afterward in the infirmary, he seems ... See full summary »

Director:

David Tucker

Writers:

Harriet Davison (creator), Lucy Gannon (creator) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jemma Redgrave ... Eleanor Bramwell
David Calder ... Robert Bramwell
Tom Georgeson Tom Georgeson ... Peter Mills
Charles Dale Charles Dale ... Duncan
Kevin McMonagle Kevin McMonagle ... Joe Marsham
Ruth Sheen ... Nurse Ethel Carr
Billie North ... Violet Kelly
Sarah London Sarah London ... Mrs. Kelly
Stephen Tate ... Harry
Sidney Mitchell Sidney Mitchell ... Paperboy
Christopher Leaver Christopher Leaver ... Station Master
Chris Barnes Chris Barnes ... Train Guard
Stanley Kowalski Stanley Kowalski ... Navvy
Cliff Parisi ... Daniel Bentley
Andrew Dunford Andrew Dunford ... Mr. Kelly
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Storyline

Eleanor and her father are involved in a subway accident, and Eleanor must amputate Peter Mills' crushed leg in order to save his life. Caring for him afterward in the infirmary, he seems to be falling for her while his brothers interfere with ill people coming for medical care. But when the thugs openly take over the Thrift, neither Bramwell can stand up to them. Written by mama.sylvia

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Drama

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Release Date:

15 April 1996 (UK) See more »

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Quotes

Daniel Bentley: [eyeing plate of food] What's that then?
Nurse Ethel Carr: Last week's dirty washing. What do you think it is?
Daniel Bentley: Who's it for?
Nurse Ethel Carr: Well, it's not for Prince Albert, and I don't see the Bishop of Stepney anywhere.
[pause]
Nurse Ethel Carr: Goodness' sake, Mr. Bentley. Eat it before it goes off. And why I should ply you with the foul drug of alcohol...
Daniel Bentley: You're the pearl in my oyster, Nurse Carr, and the spring in my step.
[quietly]
Daniel Bentley: Not to mention a pain in my arse.
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