Bramwell V


60m 2000

Brief Synopsis

The fifth series featuring Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell, the hero of London's downtrodden. As the country enjoys the Diamond Jubilee celebration of Queen Victoria's reign in 1897, Finn O'Neil shatters Eleanor by announcing that he has married an American. At Jubilee party at the Thrift is br

Film Details

Also Known As
ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre (01/09/00)
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Whitby/Davison Productions

Technical Specs

Duration
60m

Synopsis

The fifth series featuring Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell, the hero of London's downtrodden. As the country enjoys the Diamond Jubilee celebration of Queen Victoria's reign in 1897, Finn O'Neil shatters Eleanor by announcing that he has married an American. At Jubilee party at the Thrift is brought to a screeching halt by the discovery of a murdered ex-patient outside. In Episode 2, Eleanor renounces her old life and goes to the country to recover from her heartbreak. The clinic's small staff is struggling to it open. Usually calm and authoritative, Nurse Carr is being driven to distraction by her mentally ill mother. In Episode 3, Eleanor is at the country house of her old friend Isobel and her philandering husband, Charles. Neither Isobel's attentions, nor her husband's, nor a local bachelor's can console Eleanor. But a measles epidemic at the nearby school and the out-of-wedlock pregnancy of one of the servants is just what Eleanor needs to het her back in her element -- fighting for public health and enlightened attitudes toward women. In Episode 4, Dr. Robert Bramwell, Eleanor's father has borrowed to the hilt to finance a fashionable address for his medical practice. Moreover, he is about to fulfill his dream of marrying brewery heiress Alice Costigan. But now back home, Eleanor is disdainful of the new office and oddly uncertain about Alice. More openly ambivalent is Robert's patient Mrs. Talbot, a hypochondriac, who suddenly declares her passionate love to a startled Robert. An added complication is that Mrs. Talbot's husband is responsible for Robert's real-estate loan. Worst of all, Mrs. Talbot is desperate to have her man.

Crew

Jonathan Allott

Location Manager

Steven Ashley

Senior Producer ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Johanna Baker

Publicist (Wgbh/New York)

Alison Banks

2nd Assistant Director

Carlotta Barrow

Set Decorator

David Bowes

Art Direction

Alexandra Bridcut

1st Assistant Director

Susie Bruffin

Casting Director

Kathleen Cahill

Senior Editor ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Harriett Davison

Producer

Tony Dawe

Sound Mixer

Erin Delaney

Post-Production Director ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Bob Devine

Construction Chargehand

Ellen Dockser

Publicist (Wgbh/Boston)

Richard Dunford

Dubbing Editor

William Dutton

2nd Assistant Director

Rebecca Eaton

Executive Producer ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Robert Fabbri

1st Assistant Director

Lucy Gannon

Series Editor

Lucy Gannon

Writer

Theresa Garnett

Script Editor

Barry Gibbs

Property Master

Deborah Gibbs

Business Manager ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Nick Goding

Production Manager

Helen Greaves

Writer

Linda Gregory

Production Accountant

Evangeline Harrison

Costume Designer

Clive Hedges

Line Producer

Ann Houlihan

Assistant Director ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Geoff Kingsley

Construction Manager

Peter Krook

Editor

Ray Lee

Production Buyer

Cheryl Leigh

Script Supervisor

Will Lipchitz

Production Assistant ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Andy Long

Gaffer

Laura Lovejoy

Dubbing Editor

Karen Maffey

Makeup Artist

Colin Martin

Dubbing Mixer

Claire Matthews

Makeup Artist

Jennie Mcclean

Production Coordinator

Tony Miller

Director Of Photography

Stella O'farrell

Makeup Designer

Bryan Oates

Editor

Rosamund Orde-powlett

From Storyline

Lisa Pickering

Makeup Artist

Patricia Poole

Assistant Accountant

Shan Prosser

Script Supervisor

Jonathan Rich

Writer

Chris Robilliard

Production Designer

Jami Rogers

Office Coordinator ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")

Michael Sotheran

Chargehand Painter

Brian Thompson

Writer

Suzi Turnbull

Wardrobe Supervisor

Karen Z M Turner

Makeup Artist

Liz Vincent-fernie

Casting Director

Stephen Warbeck

Music

Tim Whitby

Producer

Robert Worley

Assistant Costume Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre (01/09/00)
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Whitby/Davison Productions

Technical Specs

Duration
60m

Quotes

Trivia