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By David Keene
Splitting the conservative vote is a trans-Atlantic danger
Topic - Julian Fellowes
He created the grand houses of Gosford Park and Downton Abbey, and now Julian Fellowes has a place in an even grander one _ Britain's House of Lords.
He goes on to say, "I think ... one of the big appeals of these shows: People can go into the world of 'Downton' and get lost in it.
"I was embarrassed by it because it's so condescending of Julian's work. He's a good writer and he's done a superlative job," he said.