Piece of Cake: Season 1, Episode 2

October 1939 (9 Oct. 1988)

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Squadron bully Moggy is the first to fly under the local bridge, leading others to try as well.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Radcliffe ...
'Dicky' Starr
George Anton ...
Gerard O'Hare ...
Patrick Bailey ...
David Horovitch ...
Stephen MacKenna ...
'Micky' Marriott
Tony Crean ...
John Bleasdale ...
L.A.C. Gullett


Hornet Squadron has been in France for seven weeks. It's the time of the 'phony war' and they have yet to see action against the enemy. Squadron Leader Rex keeps them all on a fairly tight training schedule. Having successfully flown under the bridge, Moggy Cattermole begins to goad others into trying it leading to tragic results. Fitz and 'Flash' Gordon are deputized to meet some local school children and make the acquaintance of two lovely teachers. The American Chris Hart invites his aircraft mechanic to play a game of squash, something the more class conscious officers in the squadron frown upon. Everyone is amazed when a German Me-109 flies over their airfield and leaves them a souvenir. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | War



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9 October 1988 (UK)  »

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Squadron Leader Rex: We mustn't upset the locals. They have enough problems being French.
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Jeepers Creepers
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
(Hart plays and sings)
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