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  • Upstairs, Downstairs (1971 TV series) - Wikipedia,_Downstairs_(1971_TV_series)

    Upstairs, Downstairs is a British television drama series originally produced by London Weekend Television (LWT) and revived by the BBC. It ran on ITV in 68 episodes ...

  • Upstairs Downstairs (TV Series 2010–2012) - IMDb

    Created by Heidi Thomas. With Keeley Hawes, Ed Stoppard, Adrian Scarborough, Neil Jackson. A new family and their servants live at the London townhouse at 165 Eaton ...

  • Upstairs, Downstairs (TV Series 1971–1975) - IMDb

    Cast and crew information, with user comments and awards.

  • Upstairs Downstairs (2010 TV series) - Wikipedia

    Upstairs Downstairs is a British drama series, broadcast on BBC One from 2010 to 2012 and co-produced by BBC Wales and Masterpiece. Created and written by Heidi ...

  • The Upstairs, Downstairs web pages

    Detailed fan site that includes pictures, interviews, episode guides, clips, actors' details, music and articles.

  • Upstairs, Downstairs | Netflix

    This addictive English series, set in early 1900s London, centers on the aristocratic Bellamy family, whose lives often parallel their loyal servants. Watch trailers ...

  • BBC One - Upstairs Downstairs, Series 1

    As 165 Eaton Place welcomes a new family, a fresh era dawns for Upstairs Downstairs.

  • Upstairs, Downstairs -

    Upstairs, Downstairs follows the rich Bellamy family and their servants at their luxurious house in London. The show takes place between 1903-1930 and gives us an ...

  • Upstairs, Downstairs | Netflix

    Set in historical Britain and rife with sexual, social and political tensions, this series provides a glimpse into the master-servant relationship. Watch trailers ...

  • Upstairs Downstairs - BBC One

    Revival of the iconic '70s series. Life in a London townhouse in the late 1930s, where the fates of the servants 'downstairs' and their masters 'upstairs' are ...

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