October 1940: Someone's stealing supplies to sell on the black market. Foyle is accused of spreading alarm in a London bomb shelter and so he ends up at home with his despondent injured son. The 'funk hole' houses elites willing to pay to live in a safe place in the country. Written by
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A young black marketeer is shot by a member of the Home Guard whilst stealing from a food warehouse. The Home Guard shoots the thief with a Model 1917 "Eddystone" Enfield rifle, but later in the show, Mr Foyle announces that a body has been found with a "Lee-Enfield" bullet in him. Same caliber, totally different weapon. See more
Chief Inspector James Collier
It's what I've said from the beginning: war does different things to different people. Look what it's done to me.
References Gone with the Wind