TV

Series 1

1 :01x01 - Emilie

Sep/24/1978
The series opener depicts the early years of Emilie Le Breton, later to be known to the world as Lillie Langtry, growing up on the Isle of Jersey and marrying Edward Langtry, whom she believes to be very wealthy.
Guest Stars: Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Helene Breck as Elizabeth Jane Price | Christopher Brown (1) as George Bentham | Robert Burbage as Michel Corbet | Clare Clifford as Clara | Simon Fisher-Turner as Reggie Le Breton | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | Michael Hawkins as Colonel Wallis | Melanie Hughes as Alice | Hana Maria Pravda as Madame Nicole | David Rintoul as Charles Longley | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton | Edgar Wreford as Lord Suffield | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Maggie Bates as Lady Suffield | Helene Breck as Elizabeth Jane Price | Christopher Brown (1) as George Bentham | Robert Burbage as Michel Corbet | Clare Clifford as Clara | Simon Fisher-Turner as Reggie Le Breton | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | Michael Hawkins as Colonel Wallis | Melanie Hughes as Alice | Hana Maria Pravda as Madame Nicole | David Rintoul as Charles Longley | Edgar Wreford as Lord Suffield
Director: John Gorrie

2 :01x02 - Mrs. Langtry

Oct/01/1978
Lillie convinced Edward to move to London after an illness but discovers that her husband is not as wealthy as she first believed.
Guest Stars: Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Peter Clapham as Harrison | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | Edward Dentith as Lord Ranelagh | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Don Fellows as J. M. Whistler | Simon Fisher-Turner as Reggie Le Breton | Basil Hoskins as J. E. Millais | Diana Johnson as Mrs. Jenner | Mary Kenton as Lady Sebright | Sally Lahee as Maid | Knight Mantell as Evans | Jenny Robbins as Nurse | Ray Roberts as Captain | Robert Tunstall as Frederick Leighton | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Edward Dentith as Lord Ranelagh | Don Fellows as J. M. Whistler | Simon Fisher-Turner as Reggie Le Breton | Basil Hoskins as J. E. Millais | Diana Johnson as Mrs. Jenner | Mary Kenton as Lady Sebright | Knight Mantell as Evans | Ray Roberts as Captain | Alan Rowe as Dr. Lewis | Robert Tunstall as Frederick Leighton | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton

5 :01x05 - Bertie

Oct/22/1978
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Guest Stars: Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Jennie Linden as Patsy Cornwallis-West | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Terence Davies as Wilkinson | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | Edward Dentith as Lord Ranelagh | David Dixon (1) as Prince Leopold | Anne Firbank as Princess Alexandra | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | Leonard Kavanagh as Simmons | Wanda Moore as Lady Dudley | Sheila Reed as Queen Victoria | Edgar Wreford as Lord Suffield | Philip York as Morton Frewen | Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Jennie Linden as Patsy Cornwallis-West | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | John Bryans (1) as C. J. Freake | Terence Davies as Wilkinson | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | Edward Dentith as Lord Ranelagh | David Dixon (1) as Prince Leopold | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Don Fellows as J. M. Whistler | Anne Firbank as Princess Alexandra | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | Leonard Kavanagh as Simmons | Sheila Mitchell as Charlotte Knollys | Wanda Moore as Lady Dudley

6 :01x06 - Let Them Say

Oct/29/1978
Lillie and the Prince of Wales have been lovers for over a year when she meets Crown Prince Louis of Battenberg. Will it be bye bye Bertie?
Guest Stars: Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Jennie Linden as Patsy Cornwallis-West | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Cheryl Campbell as Sarah Bernhardt | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | Debbie Farrington as Sally | Don Fellows as J. M. Whistler | Anne Firbank as Princess Alexandra | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | John Humphry (1) as Lord Rosslyn | Sheila Mitchell as Charlotte Knollys | Wanda Moore as Lady Dudley | Sheila Reed as Queen Victoria | Patrick Ryecart as Prince Rudolph | Julian Sherrier as Ferdinand de Rothschild | Joanna Wake as Mrs. Wheeler | Edgar Wreford as Lord Suffield | Philip York as Morton Frewen | Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Jennie Linden as Patsy Cornwallis-West | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Cheryl Campbell as Sarah Bernhardt | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | Debbie Farrington as Sally | Don Fellows as J. M. Whistler | Anne Firbank as Princess Alexandra | John Gabriel (1) as Benjamin Disraeli | John Humphry (1) as Lord Rosslyn | Sheila Mitchell as Charlotte Knollys | Patrick Ryecart as Prince Rudolph | Michael Sheard as Colonel Hertzel | Julian Sherrier as Ferdinand de Rothschild | Joanna Wake as Mrs. Wheeler | Edgar Wreford as Lord Suffield | Philip York as Morton Frewen

8 :01x08 - Going on the Stage

Nov/12/1978
Lillie gets pregnant by Louis of Battenberg and her old lover, the Prince of Wales, sends her to Paris to have the baby. After the birth of her daughter, Lillie makes plans to go on the stage.
Guest Stars: Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Anthony Ainley as Lord Carrington | Tony Church as Squire Bancroft | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | Jason James (2) as Equerry | Joanna Lloyd as Lady Brooke | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Tony Church as Squire Bancroft | Annette Crosbie as Henrietta Labouchere | Brian Deacon as Frank Miles | Vernon Dobtcheff as George Lewis | David Gwillim as Arthur Jones | Jason James (2) as Equerry | Joanna Lloyd as Lady Brooke | Richard Pescud as Dr. Pratt | Elizabeth Power as Ellen Terry
Director: Tony Wharmby
Writer: John Gorrie

9 :01x09 - America

Nov/19/1978
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Guest Stars: Emma Allum as Jeanne Marie | Amanda Boxer as Constance Wilde | Stephanie Cole as Agnes Langtry | Norwich Duff as Reporter | Toria Fuller as Clara Frewen | Garrick Hagon as Bury Dasent | Jerry Harte as Henry Abbey | Barry Justice as Sir George Chetwynd | Richard LeParmentier as Reporter | Greg Mandell as Pageboy | Gilbert O'Brien as Desk Clerk | Tony Sibbald as Hotel Manager | Philip York as Morton Frewen | Michael Shannon as Freddie Gebhard | Emma Allum as Jeanne Marie | Amanda Boxer as Constance Wilde | Norwich Duff as Reporter | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Toria Fuller as Clara Frewen | Jerry Harte as Henry Abbey | William Hootkins as Colonel Cunningham | Barry Justice as Sir George Chetwynd | Richard LeParmentier as Reporter | Greg Mandell as Pageboy | Michael Shannon as Freddie Gebhard
Director: John Gorrie
Writer: John Gorrie

10 :01x10 - Home on the Range

Nov/26/1978
Having taken America by storm, Lillie returns to London where she makes a new conquest.
Guest Stars: Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | Christopher Bramwell as Robert Peel | Simon Chandler as Sir George Arthur | Vernon Dobtcheff as Sir George Lewis | Tommy Duggan (1) as Judge Roy Bean | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Christina Greateaux as Lillian Russell | Garrick Hagon as Bury Dasent | Nicholas Jones as Squire Abington | Michael Shannon as Freddie Gebhard | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Patrick Holt as Dean Le Breton | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Simon Chandler as Sir George Arthur | Vernon Dobtcheff as Sir George Lewis | Norwich Duff as Reporter | Tommy Duggan (1) as Judge Roy Bean | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Christina Greateaux as Lillian Russell | Garrick Hagon as Bury Dasent | Robert Harthy as Beverly | David Healy (1) as Diamond Jim Brady | Nicholas Jones as Squire Abington | Ray Marioni as Croupier | Claire McLellan as Jeanne Marie | Simon Shepherd as Lord Alfred Douglas

11 :01x11 - Mr. Jersey

Dec/03/1978
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Guest Stars: Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Jennie Linden as Patsy Cornwallis-West | Philip Anthony as Dr. Lawrence | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Christopher Bramwell as Robert Peel | Catherine Feller as Dominique | John Gatrell as Maurice | Stephen Gordon as Reporter | Nicholas Jones as Squire Abington | John Justin as Prince Paul Esterhazy | Oengus MacNamara as Jim Carney | Graham Sinclair as Charlie Mitchell | Philip Voss as Edward Carson | James Warwick (2) as Hugo de Bathe | Denis Lill as Edward, Prince of Wales | Peter Egan as Oscar Wilde | Anton Rodgers as Edward Langtry | Jennie Linden as Patsy Cornwallis-West | Peggy Ann Wood as Mrs. Le Breton | Philip Anthony as Dr. Lawrence | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Christopher Bramwell as Robert Peel | Lesley Daine as Nance Rawlings | William Davies (2) as Pianist | Catherine Feller as Dominique | John Gatrell as Maurice | Stephen Gordon as Reporter | Robert Hartley as Beverly | John Justin as Prince Paul Esterhazy | Oengus MacNamara as Jim Carney | Simon Shepherd as Lord Alfred Douglas | Graham Sinclair as Charlie Mitchell | Philip Voss as Edward Carson | James Warwick (2) as Hugo de Bathe
Director: John Gorrie

12 :01x12 - Sunset and Evening Star

Dec/10/1978
Lillie gets re-married to Hugo de Bathe only to have her daughter, Jeanne Marie, discover the truth about her parentage.
Guest Stars: David Allister as Edward Michael | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Baron | Roger Bizley as George Alexander | John Castle as Prince Louis | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Anne Firbank as Queen Alexandra | Paul Gregory as Ian Malcolm | John Justin as Prince Paul Esterhazy | Richard Kay as Charles Hawtrey | Penelope Lee (1) as Lady de Gray | Sheila Mitchell as Charlotte Knollys | Keith Varnier as Prince George | James Warwick (2) as Hugo de Bathe | Deborah Watling as Georgie Reed | Elaine Wells as Alice | Denis Lill as King Edward VII | John Barcroft as Francis Knollys | Roger Bizley as George Alexander | John Castle as Prince Louis | John Curless as Louis Barreya | Catherine Feller as Dominique | Anne Firbank as Queen Alexandra | Paul Gregory as Ian Malcolm | John Justin as Prince Paul Esterhazy | Richard Kay as Charles Hawtrey | David King (1) as Sidney Grundy | Jill Simcox as Princess May | James Warwick (2) as Hugo de Bathe | Deborah Watling as Georgie Reed | Elaine Wells as Alice
Director: Tony Wharmby

13 :01x13 - Fifty Cents a Dance

Dec/17/1978
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Guest Stars: Peggy Aitchison as Lady Stallholder | David Alister as Edward Michael | Timandra Alwyn as Mary Malcolm | Adam Bareham as Clement Le Breton | Lynn Clayton as Daisy Harrison | Geoffrey Colville as Vicar of Kentford | Freda Dowie as Mathilde Peat | Paul Gregory as Ian Malcolm | Penelope Lee (1) as Lady de Grey | Patrick Marley as Somerset Maugham | Pauline Minear as Companion | Adam Richardson as Victor Malcolm | Carmen Silvera as Mrs. Van Schuyler | Jill Simcox as Queen Mary | Jessica Spencer as Baroness | Frank Tregear as Stage Doorkeeper | Michael Walker (2) as Angelo | Ray Marioni as Croupier | Keith Varnier as King George V | Anne Firbank as Queen Alexandra | Peggy Aitchison as Lady Stallholder | David Alister as Edward Michael | Timandra Alwyn as Mary Malcolm | George Belbin as Colonel | Lynn Clayton as Daisy Harrison | Geoffrey Colville as Vicar of Kentford | Paul Gregory as Ian Malcolm | David King (1) as Sidney Grundy | Robert Lister as Robert | Michelle Magorian as Cicely Courtneidge | Patrick Marley as Somerset Maugham | Pauline Minear as Companion | Elizabeth Power as Ellen Terry | Adam Richardson as Victor Malcolm | Jill Simcox as Queen Mary | Jessica Spencer as Baroness | Frank Tregear as Stage Doorkeeper | Michael Walker (2) as Angelo | Keith Varnier as King George V
Director: John Gorrie
Writer: John Gorrie