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The most popular and successful British drama series in television history, Upstairs, Downstairs won seven Emmy® Awards, a Golden Globe, and a Peabody. This epic saga of life and love in Edwardian England captivated viewers for five heart-tugging, humorous, and satisfying seasons. Seen by a billion people in over 40 countries, it’s beloved around the world.
The ensemble cast of top British actors includes Pauline Collins (Shirley Valentine), Jean Marsh (Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse), David Langton (The Spoils of War), Gordon Jackson (The Professionals), Simon Williams (Sword of Honour), and Lesley-Anne Down (North and South). “One of the brightest gems ever to come over the ocean from the British” —The Washington Post.
Due to the age of these programs and the improved resolution that DVD provides, you may notice occasional flaws in the image and audio on this DVD presentation that were beyond our ability to correct from the original materials.
A very well done "window" on England upperclass way of life in the last centuryPublished 5 months ago by YVR1
A bited dated but still good. I think Downton Abbey has spoiled me!!!!!Published 5 months ago by Colleen Cunningham
We wanted this series for ages. Yes, a few episodes are in black and white because they were filmed that way (technicians strike)! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Historically accurate and a fascinating series set in London c1900 - 1930. Remains one of the best of the British "Masterpiece Theatre" productions. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hugh D. Thorp
I remember sitting on my dad's lap watching TV every Sunday when this series was aired, with my mother and brother. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Roxy
I have trouble with some of the epesodes as it appears to jam and freezez. I have tried it in both my players and it is the same in both. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara J Downie
We enjoy the era, costumes, story line. Very different from North American movies. Would recommend this to all who enjoy Brit's finest.Published 12 months ago by Roger Parent