A village cricket team plays its last match before most of its players go off to fight in World War I, confident that "it will all be over by Christmas".

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David Hargreaves ...
Tom Houghton
Jean Rimmer ...
Margaret Houghton
Christopher Baines ...
Ken Houghton
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Jean Houghton
Jonathan Cullen ...
Jonathan Houghton
Ashley Barker ...
Roger Nicholson
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Arthur Hayworth
Colin Douglas ...
Tiny Lightfoot
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Jack Fairbrother
Melanie Kilburn ...
Hilda Fairbrother
Joe Holmes ...
Umpire
Ellis Jones ...
Dr. Geoffrey Napley
Elizabeth Mansfield ...
Mrs. Napley
Dave Leslie ...
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Stephen Hancock ...
Norman Grant
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A village cricket team plays its last match before most of its players go off to fight in World War I, confident that "it will all be over by Christmas".

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cricket | world war one | See All (2) »

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Drama | War

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8 November 1987 (UK)  »

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Un village loin de la guerre  »

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Will it ever be available on DVD?
20 August 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I thought this drama was excellent and I wonder can anyone tell me if it will ever be available on DVD? It was filmed on location mainly in Arncliffe in Littondale where I was living at that time. I stood and watched much of the filming. I also new some of the local children that were used as extras. If there is not to be a DVD, is it likely to be aired on television again? If so does anyone know when this is likely to be? Its not the first time that Arncliffe has been used for location shooting by ITV. The early years of Emerdale (when it was called Emerdale Farm) were also filmed there. Its a beautiful spot in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, where time has virtually stood still-perfect for this type of film.


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