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Do you have a reference for stating that series 6 ends New Year's Eve, 1926? The interview with Jim Carter explicitly states New Year's Eve, 1925. In the absence of a reference it should revert to 1925, as that is referenced.
According to Carter, 67, the very last scene is set on New Year’s Eve, 1925, and features the servants gathered in Downton’s Great Hall for a party.From: Careful with those beans Carson...oh no, you've spilled them! Has Downton's butler lifted the lid on TV's biggest secret?
Ehj666 (talk) 01:07, September 15, 2015 (UTC)ehj666
- The 1927 date came from Wikipedia, which is now superceded by the date from the Jim carter interview, since the Wikipedia statement itself did not provide a reference.
Doing a good job Edit
Not sure you fight much spam and vandalism, but would you like 'rollback' rights? If you would, please leave a message on my talk page and I'll ask Amateur Obsessive if it is okay. -- (talk · contr) 23 Sep 2015 8:36 AM Pacific
- Hopefully you find the extra ability helpful. You should see a '[rollback]' link in RecentChanges. -- (talk · contr) 27 Sep 2015 9:27 AM Pacific
Peter Coyle Edit
Just checking on one fact regarding Peter Coyle. I think Sgt. Willis indicated (like Ethel) that the women went into prostitution after they could no longer get jobs in service, not that he sought out prostitutes to begin with. Did you hear differently? -- Ehj666 (talk) 12:51, October 12, 2015 (UTC)
Thanks for continuing the transclude switchover... Edit
I think moving Paparazzo to minor onscreen characters should be reversed. The convention has been that characters with credited actors get their own page, characters with uncredited actors can go to the list of minor onscreen characters. Mr McKidd and Mrs Dorrit are uncredited, while the Paparazzo is. --Ehj666 (talk) 13:40, November 10, 2015 (UTC)