The House of Eliott, created by Upstairs Downstairs duo Jean Marsh & Eileen Atkins, follows the attempts of two sisters (Stella Gonet and Louise Lombard) as they attempted to create a fashion house in 1920s London.
The drama ran for three seasons between 1991 and 1994 and was the last major drama production to filmed at BBC Television Centre. The drama was famous spoofed by French and Sanders, such was its popularity. In recent years it was been repeated on digital channel Yesterday (formerly UKTV Drama) introducing the series to a whole new generation of viewers. With the revival of interest in Upstairs, DownstairsThe House of Eliott has also risen with creator Jean Marsh considering a similar revival.
The complete box-set of The House of Eliott is now available on DVD – previously season boxsets have been released.
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You can read ATV Today’s profile on series creator Jean Marsh here >>