Upstairs And Downstairs
The remake of the classic BBC series returns for a second series, with Keeley Hawes (ASHES TO ASHES), Ed Stoppard (THE PIANIST) reprising their roles as Lady Agnes and Sir Hallam of 165 Eaton Place. On the brink of World War Two, the lives of the inhabitants upstairs and the household staff downstairs are rocked by revelations and events both in and out of the home.
One of the Beebs much-loved series is given a millennium overhaul in this remake written by Heidi Thomas (CRANFORD) and directed by Eros Lyn (SHERLOCK) and Saul Metzstein (MICRO MEN). Keeley Hawes (ASHES TO ASHES), Ed Stoppard (THE PIANIST), Claire Foy (LITTLE DORRIT), Jean Marsh (SENSE AND SENSIBILITY) and Anne Reid (THE MOTHER) star in this drama set in 1936 detailing a power struggle between the aristocratic owners of 165 Eaton Place and their disobedient servants.
Upstairs And Downstairs (1959) - Region Free PAL, plays in original English audio without subtitles: Official Resen Films Spanish Region 0 (Region Free) PAL DVD release as pictured. Aspect ratio 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen. Colour. Runtime 98 mins. On marrying the boss's daughter, Richard takes his father-in-law's advice to hire a live-in domestic.
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Upstairs Downstairs takes place in 165 Eaton Place from the turn of the century through the Great War and into the Roaring Twenties. It concerns the Bellamy family: politician Richard Bellamy his wives Marjorie and Virginia, wastrel son James, wayward daughter Elizabeth and his flighty ward, Georgina Worsley.