Foyle's War (2002–2015)
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Milner is unhappy with his new DCS and has asked for a transfer, but after the DCS is murdered, Foyle comes out of retirement to replace him.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Henry Scott
Father Martin Keppler
Jane Hudson
Vince Leigh ...
Adam Everitt
Sheila Ballantine ...
Victoria Hammond
DCS John Meredith
Jay Simpson ...
Philip Fox ...
Bill Burton
Richard Waterlow
Joyce Meredith
Brian Poyser ...


April 1944: The Allies have stepped up their war effort, and it seems the end of the war is in sight. Foyle has resigned as Detective Chief Superintendent, Sam has found a new job, Milner is fed up with his new boss, DCS Meredith. And then there are murders to investigate. Written by Cal

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | War





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13 July 2008 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Henry Scott: Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned.
Father Martin Keppler: How long since your last confession?
Henry Scott: Two weeks.
Father Martin Keppler: Tell me your sins.
Henry Scott: I... have broken the sixth commandment.
Father Martin Keppler: "Thou shalt not *kill*."
Henry Scott: I have killed. I have committed murder.
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the motet the choir is rehearsing . . .
24 November 2012 | by (Camarillo, California) – See all my reviews

. . . is Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus.

I wish they had a Catholic priest adviser for this episode. The following mistake would have been caught and remedied:

The church was not decorated in the way an RC church would look at the time.

There would have been a tabernacle on the altar.

The monstrance would not be on the altar without lit candelabra to either side.

No choir would think of rehearsing with their backs to the monstrance.

Men and women in a choir would be separated from each other.

Father Keppler would have worn his biretta in the top of his head, not toward the back of his head.

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