A mischievous Ann invites Fleming to Esmond's birthday party, and although Fleming has brought Muriel as his date, sexual chemistry sizzles between them. Meanwhile, France is looking like ... See full summary »

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Rear Admiral John Godfrey
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Second Officer Monday
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Peter Fleming
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Evelyn Fleming
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Sub Lieutenant Hepworth
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Admiral Francois Darlan
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Nazi Sympathiser
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German Officer
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Ilsa Kovacs (as Bernadett Ostorházi)
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A mischievous Ann invites Fleming to Esmond's birthday party, and although Fleming has brought Muriel as his date, sexual chemistry sizzles between them. Meanwhile, France is looking like it's about to crumble against Nazi forces. Office bound and desperate to be a man of action, Fleming urgently tries to persuade Godfrey to send him to France to oversee the destruction of secret files at one of their bureaus. To his surprise, Godfrey accepts. Fleming sets-off on his mission, but when unexpected obstacles arise, how will he handle the dangerous consequences? Written by BBC America

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Biography | Drama

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Although he collaborated with the Nazis, the Germans remained wary of Admiral Darlan due to his malleable loyalties and forced him to resign from his position as Admiral. He held several less important positions before being assassinated by a lone French Royalist in 1942. See more »

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People in WW2 didn't talk about "0-60" times of cars, didn't "call for backup" especially using a portable radio set in a car, and didn't say "copy that". See more »

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Referenced in My Weekly Bond: Fleming Episode 2 - Review Vlog (2014) See more »

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Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans
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Written by Noël Coward
Performed by Tom Whitecross
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