Upstairs Downstairs: Series 4 - Episodes 1-7 [DVD] 
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Opening seven episodes from the fourth series of the popular costume drama. The Great War has arrived, and the Bellamys anxiously await news of James, who is away at the front. Lady Prudence persuades Hazel to take in some Belgian refugees, and she embarks on a tentative affair with a shy young soldier. Meanwhile, the New Year celebrations bring Edward's front line experiences back to haunt him. Episodes included are: 'A Patriotic Offering'; 'News from the Front'; 'The Beastly Hun'; 'Women Shall Not Weep'; 'Tug of War'; 'Home Fires'; and 'If You Were the Only Girl in the World'.
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The added bonus of special interviews with some of the cast, writers and producers provides interesting background information and humorous anecdotes concerning the whole production.
Series Four made me feel rather humble and in me it brought about a new respect for the people who lived through that challenging time. It also taught me a great deal about the history and politics of the period without being tedious or preachy - there are still funny interludes and interesting stories about the personal lives of the characters.
Allthough they 'fight' a lot among each other, they form a family of their one..they go through so much together and with the Bellamy Family!!! I can't help myself..I love that series!!
Finally it's appearing on DVD and I can watch it over and over again....super!!!!!!!!!
Frans Berkers - Holland
I have been looking at the series when it was on recently but missed the earlier parts. I bought part 1 from Amazon.to get the story line.
I did enjoy series one but did think it was a bit amateurish. However as the series progressed you could see the cast settling into their roles. I did enjoy it and have to say it was suitable for families to watch together. I cant imagine younger kids watching it but if it is authentic to history then it would have some use in the classroom as an educational programme.
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