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Disraeli's beloved wife, Mary Anne, passes away but he's elected party leader and steers the Conservatives to a landslide victory in the 1872 elections. As Prime Minister, Disraeli shows his greatness by implementing reforms at hom and pursuing a successful foreign policy.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x4
Airdate: Tuesday September 26th, 1978



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Guest Stars
Brendan BarryBrendan Barry
As Sir Stafford Northcote
Recurring
Brewster MasonBrewster Mason
As Otto von Bismarck
Recurring
David WoodDavid Wood
As Lord Derby
Recurring
David de KeyserDavid de Keyser
As Baron de Rothschild
Recurring
Frances Bennett (1)Frances Bennett (1)
As Lady Chesterfield
Recurring
John Carlisle (1)John Carlisle (1)
As William Gladstone
Recurring
John Gregg (1)John Gregg (1)
As Lord Salisbury
Recurring
Patrick DruryPatrick Drury
As Montagu Corry
Recurring
Peter HughesPeter Hughes
As Philip Rose
Recurring
Peter MilesPeter Miles
As Lord Henry Lennox
Recurring
James Taylor (2)James Taylor (2)
As Receptionist
Norman ClaridgeNorman Claridge
As Speaker
Renee AshersonRenee Asherson
As Lady Bradford
Trevor T. SmithTrevor T. Smith
As Count Schouraloff
Victor LangleyVictor Langley
As Lord Barrington
William MerrowWilliam Merrow
As Prince Gortchakoff
Main Cast
Rosemary LeachRosemary Leach
As Queen Victoria
Ian McShaneIan McShane
As Benjamin Disraeli
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