Siegfried pays a visit to Mrs. Clarke, an elderly but stubborn widow who can't admit the daily duties of running her farm have become too much to handle. Tristan faces his fear of an enormous pig. And James dispenses marital advice.
James agrees to judge the Darrowby Vegetable Show, which devolves into a catastrophe. Mrs. Alton tortures a bedridden Siegfried with a strict diet.
A friend of Siegfried's imposes on him to co-host a dinner for renowned Professor Norton. James's advice to a farmer results in a case of mistaken identity. And James finds himself in big trouble when he forgets his and Helen's anniversary.
St. John, a ne'er-do-well pal of Tristan's, shows up in need of a bed. Tristan takes him in and struggles to keep St. John's stay a secret from disapproving Siegfried and Mrs. Donovan. And Tristan falls for the beautiful owner of a sick tortoise.
The Shadwells' ill cattle spark a feud between father and son, and James and Siegfried get caught in the middle. And Tristan finds a most unusual way to determine whether or not a bull has swallowed a dangerous object.
James is recruited to play for the "gentlemen's" team in an upcoming cricket match against the villagers. But when James suffers an injury, Siegfried must fill in for him and bat against Fiery Fred, a legendary local player.
Despite their relation by marriage, Jenny Garston and David Rayner maintain a lifelong feud. When tragedy strikes, it's up to Siegfried to negotiate a truce between the two. Later, Siegfried and James share a pint with the local pub owner.
When James treats a candymaker's sick cat, Mrs. Pumphrey and Mrs. Tibbett's overzealous concern drives the doc crazy. Meanwhile, James and Helen are worried about the well-being of a depressed sheep farmer who recently lost his wife.
During a house call to treat the Blackwoods' dog, Siegfried observes that a human member of the family requires treatment, too. Later, one of the Blackwoods' neighbors seeks medical advice from Siegfried about a dog but fails to provide the pet.
Despite Siegfried's objections, Calum and Deirdre's romance grows. But when their relationship hits rocky road, it's up to Siegfried to keep the young lovers from breaking up. Meanwhile, James pays routine visits to a couple of elderly shut-ins.
James meets Basil, a cowhand with a taste for the finer things. But when Basil neglects his boss's cattle, James realizes he may not be so worthy of his admiration. And Siegfried's attempts to bond with James infringe on Calum's time with Deirdre.
Siegfried is distraught over the death of a beloved bull terrier. But when a new vet arrives to help out at the practice, Siegfried's mood considerably brightens. Calum, however, finds the new doc's snobbish habits too much to handle.
Calum has his hands full when a lady friend from Ireland pays him a visit at the same time Deirdre arrives unannounced. Much to Siegfried's delight, one of the women effortlessly handles domestic duties around the house.
With the mortgage approved, James and Helen busily prepare for their move to the new house. James is pulled away to help Granville Bennett with a sickly dog and returns home to find his own beloved dog in terrible shape.
While Siegfried attends a conference in London, Tristan attends to the worst cases in the village. James's friend Andrew comes for a visit and eagerly accompanies him on rounds. And James panics when he forgets his and Helen's anniversary.
James makes a house call to a family who haven't visited the vets for many years. Calum happily returns to Darrowby and is thrilled to hear Deirdre is in town, but his plans to reignite the flames of romance are doused by unexpected problems.
All Creatures Great And Small movie trailer - starring Anthony Hopkins, Freddie Jones, T.P. McKenna, Lisa Harrow, Simon Ward, Brian Stirner. Directed by Claude Whatham. Genre: Drama
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