Foyle's War: Season 1, Episode 1

The German Woman (27 Oct. 2002)

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The German wife of a rich and influential aristocrat exempted from wartime internment is found decapitated in the midst of anti-German feeling.

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David Horovitch ...
Thomas Kramer
Elizabeth Bell ...
Elsie Kramer
Robert Pickavance ...
Eric Stephens
Neil Conrich ...
Policeman 1
Andrew Powell ...
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Paul Putner ...
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Mark Andrews
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Henry Beaumont
Joanna Kanska ...
Greta Beaumont
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Sarah Beaumont
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Michael Turner
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Robert Goodale ...
Bob Keegan
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Series premiere. England, May 1940: Set against the backdrop of Hastings, East Sussex, during World War II, Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle is thwarted in his attempts to serve his country in the war effort. Instead, his duty is to serve his local community, effectively sitting out the war, by investigating petty crimes and an occasional murder or two. Written by a fan

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Sgt. Paul Milner: [Talking to Foyle from his hospital bed] They gave me a prosthetic... like being measured for a suit - Savile Row.
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Wonderful drama and superb acting
10 February 2003 | by (Holmdel, NJ USA) – See all my reviews

The two episodes that I have seen are wonderfully written and the acting is superb. Michael Kitchen is appropriately low keyed and is probably George Smiley's cousin. The 1940's are vividly presented and the historical revelations of the mixture of defeatism, fear and resolution are effectively portrayed.


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