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Masterpiece Episode: "The Cazalets"

Season 31, Episode 4
Episode Synopsis: Part 3. It's 1940 and World War II hits home for "The Cazalets" when Rupert is reported missing in action---just as Zoe (Joanna Page) gives birth to their daughter. Meanwhile, Villy's sister (Jessica Turner) and her pacifist son (Nicholas Audsley) arrive; Sybill (Anastasia Hille) is hospitalized; Rachel and Sid (Catherine Russell, Penny Downie) quarrel; Louise (Emma Griffiths Malin) catches the eye of a painter; Edward tires of Diana; and young Neville teaches younger Lydia "rude words."
Original Air Date: Nov 5, 2001
Guest Cast Mark Bazeley: Michael Hadleigh Catherine Russell: Rachel Cazalet Jasper Jacobs: First Officer Ben Simpson: Teddy Cazalet Claudia Renton: Polly Cazalet Joanna Page: Zoe Cazalet John Rowe: Dr. Fletcher-King Emma Griffiths Malin: Louise Cazalet Florence Hoath: Clary Cazalet Laurence Kennedy: Second Officer Alex Pownall: Neville Cazalet Jacqueline Tong: Mrs. Cripps Patsy Rowlands: Miss Millament Rosie Ede: Phyllis Stephen Churchett: Dr. Carr Hugh Bonneville: Hugh Cazalet John McArdle: Tonbridge Lesley Manville: Villy Cazalet Stephen Dillane: Edward Cazalet Frederick Treves: The Brig Leslie O'Hara: Woman at Dinner Amy Williams: Sarah Francesca Wicks: Lydia Cazalet Nicola Redmond: Hermione Monkworth Penny Downie: Sid Jessica Turner: Jessica Castle Nicholas Audsley: Christopher Castle Anna Chancellor: Diana Macintosh Bob Barrett: John Anastasia Hille: Sybill Cazalet Tammy Mendelson: Dottie Ursula Howells: The Duchy

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
Rating: TV-PG
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