Special features: Downton Abbey: The making of; Downton Abbey: a house in history
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The Crawleys and their servants experience dramas of all variety at the ancestral home. Season 2 brings World War I to the extended family.
I have the Downtown fever! The rave reviews are true. If you are interested in a new TV series with lots of drama you will LOVE this! - Susan
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This series is very well written which I strongly recommend to view! From the very beginning it captures the essence of the characters during a time in British history where living in Downton mansion meant a lifestyle of being well-to-do by the standards of the rich&wealthy to have servants,maids,footmen,butlers& the sort were a way of life past on from generation-to-generation,so as we are captivated by the elegance of the family while the less forunate are striving to please the aristocrats! This season1 series is not to be missed with all the hidden secrets bet. family members& servants alike...
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Carson to Thomas: You have been twisted by nature into something foul, and even I can see that you did not ask for it.
Carson [to Thomas]: "I do not wish to take a tour of your revolting world."
Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham: "...I have PLENTY of friends I don't like..."
Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham: "First electricity, now telephones... Sometimes I feel as if I were living in a - an H. G. Wells novel..."