In 1940, a fearful Britain awaits invasion by Nazi forces. A husband and his wife, separated by their wartime assignments, suddenly dream that each is in danger, and both try frantically to see if their dream has come true.

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John Newland ...
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Herbert Blakely
Richard Lupino ...
Willie Carr
Philip Tonge ...
The Lieutenant
Molly Roden ...
Ethel Blakely
Eric Snowden ...
Air Raid Warden
Kendrick Huxham ...
Charlie
Nelson Welch ...
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Jack Lynn ...
Locky
Peter Gordon ...
The Chemist
Charles Horvath ...
German Soldier
Jean Ransome ...
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In 1940, a fearful Britain awaits invasion by Nazi forces. A husband and his wife, separated by their wartime assignments, suddenly dream that each is in danger, and both try frantically to see if their dream has come true.

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This episode takes place in 1940. See more »

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A truck used by the home guard has a Whermacht number painted on the front, indicating the vehicle has served in other war themed films on the opposite side. See more »

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No Cowards in Foxholes
29 June 2009 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

In 1940, during World War II, elderly British gentleman Reginald Owen (as Herbert Blakely) is called into service against what will become a spattering of German troops. Joining him in the foxhole is nervous young Richard Lupino (as Willie Carr). Although Mr. Lupino has a cowardly reputation, Mr. Owen somehow believes in the younger man's worth. As it turns out, Lupino was rejected for service because, he explains, "I've got bad lungs." He should quit smoking. When they are attacked, Owen has a dream about wife Molly Roden (as Ethel), which not only saves his life, but also signals Ms. Roden's may be over…

**** The Dream (3/3/59) John Newland ~ Reginald Owen, Richard Lupino, Molly Roden


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