Downton Abbey, 504 - Rade Sherbedgia, Penelope Wilton and Maggie Smith
Downton Abbey, 504 - Kuragin (Rade Sherbedgia), Isobel Crawley (Penelope Wilton) and Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham (Maggie Smith) ©2014 Carnival Films, photo by Nick Briggs

In Downton Abbey 504 Sarah Bunting continues to cause waves and Violet’s (Maggie Smith) reveals to Isobel the surprising truth of her past with Prince Kuragin!

Series 5 Episode 4 of 8. Transmission: Sunday October 12th, 2014 at 9.15pm – 10.00pm on ITV
The US viewers will have to wait until January, 2015 when PBS will be screening Series 5.

Downton Abbey 504 – EXCLUSIVE Teaser video

Downton Abbey 504 – Image Gallery

Downton Abbey 504 – Official Information

Sarah Bunting continues to cause waves above stairs, but this time she may have gone too far.

On returning to Downton, Thomas is suffering an inexplicable illness; Baxter suspects there’s more to it than he’s letting on.

Meanwhile, Violet reveals to Isobel the surprising truth of her past with Prince Kuragin and Mary comes to a decision concerning Lord Gillingham, but things don’t go quite as planned.

When Rose’s father Shrimpie returns to Downton, he breaks news that will shock the whole family.

Principal Cast:

Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham – Maggie Smith
Robert Earl of Grantham – Hugh Bonneville
Lady Edith Crawley – Laura Carmichael
Mr Carson – Jim Carter
Baxter – Raquel Cassidy
John Bates – Brendan Coyle
Anthony Gillingham – Tom Cullen
Lady Mary Crawley – Michelle Dockery
Molesley – Kevin Doyle
Anna – Joanne Froggatt
Lady Rose – Lily James
Thomas – Robert James-Collier
Tom Branson – Allen Leech
Mrs Hughes – Phyllis Logan
Cora, Countess Of Grantham – Elizabeth Mcgovern
Daisy – Sophie Mcshera
Mrs Patmore – Lesley Nicol
Dr Clarkson – David Robb
Jimmy – Ed Speleers
Isobel Crawley – Penelope Wilton
Mrs Drewe – Emma Lowndes
Tim Drewe – Andrew Scarborough
Mrs Wigan – Helen Sheals
Headmaster – Patrick Brennan
Sarah Bunting – Daisy Lewis
Spratt – Jeremy Swift
Lady Shackleton – Harriet Walter
Lord Merton – Douglas Reith
Lady Anstruther – Anna Chancellor
Kitty Colthurst – Louise Calf
Simon Bricker – Richard E Grant

Colin Davies

The editor of Film Review Online

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