Island at War (2004)
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Living with the Enemy 

Widowed Cassie Mahy is humiliated by sadistic lieutenant Walker after she tries to refuse him service in her shop whilst her daughters reopen Mr. Izaak's business and Angelique is annoyed ... See full summary »

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PC Wilf Jonas
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Kathleen Jonas
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Felicity Dorr
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Sen. James Dorr
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Bailiff Francis La Palotte
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Sheldon Leveque
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Angelique Mahy
Sarah Kirkman ...
Delphine
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Cassie Mahy
Samantha Robinson ...
June Mahy
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Margaret
Ann Rye ...
Ada Jonas
Stephen Mallatratt ...
Vicar
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Oberst Heinrich Baron Von Rheingarten
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Hauptmann Dieter Muller
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Storyline

Widowed Cassie Mahy is humiliated by sadistic lieutenant Walker after she tries to refuse him service in her shop whilst her daughters reopen Mr. Izaak's business and Angelique is annoyed with June for agreeing to develop photographs for young airman Bernhard Tellemann. Von Rheingarten commandeers part of the Dorrs' large house after Felicity has been rude to him. The Dorrs' son Philip and his friend Eugene LaSalle are on a spying mission for England on the island but their plan to escape by submarine is thwarted and a German soldier killed. The boys are now stuck on the island and hide out with Wilf and his wife Kathleen,on their farm,Wilf burying the corpse to prevent reprisals. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | War

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18 July 2004 (UK)  »

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Goofs

After the photography shop has been branded 'Jewish' by the occupiers, Tellemann tells June that he can't be seen going there, or he'll sent to the Eastern Front as punishment. But Episode #2 is set during the summer of 1940, when the Germans were not yet at war with the Soviet Union. See more »

Soundtracks

Beer Barrel Polka
(uncredited)
Music by Jaromir Vejvoda
Played by German band marching past cemetery
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