ELEPHANTINE RAMBLE around the Raj that reworked the same opulence, class-obsessions and willowy frocks from BRIDESHEAD REVISITED on an even more shameless scale. Lips quivered, giant skirts flapped, brows furrowed. TIM PIGGOTT-SMITH, ART MALIK, CHARLES DANCE, SUSAN WOOLDRIDGE, PEGGY ASHCROFT and GERALDINE JAMES were among those who did their best to look dignified when a giant fly landed on their nose in the middle of a poignant monologue. Filming almost killed the cast on location and nearly burned down the Rovers Return back home. Easy to confuse – as a kid, anyway – with A Passage To India, except this didn’t have a blacked-up wobbly-headed ALEC GUINNESS.