Ruby snatches Sally's children,leaving her a note to call her an unfit mother,which galvanizes Mac into action as he gets them back and is reconciled with Sally. There is a happy ending too for Vi as...
Join Ann Curry for a new series featuring dramatic reunions of people whose lives crossed at pivotal moments. View history through their eyes and hear stories of heroism, hope and the forging of unbreakable bonds.
A young dancer trying to make it in London during World War II discovers that people like her singing voice, too. Although she's at first reluctant to sing, she finally does and becomes a ... See full summary »
I found this series by chance and instantly was drawn to the characters and the dynamics between the British residents of a village and the American GIs. It has some stereotypes but overall, I think it was written based on how many outside the US saw Americans overall. It's a good series that depicted the difficulties both cultures had when forced into the situation of war.
Some of the technical aspects are cheesy and outdated but they really are good considering the age of the show. The flight scenes were pretty good too for its time. Major James Kiley was one of my favorites along with Capt. Red Berwash.
The characters are mostly all interesting and provide a lot of the appeal for the series along with each story line of the main characters.
It has drama and just the right amount of romance. I liked how the lead female character played by Susannah York was a doctor and was very strong. Overall, I enjoyed the series and have watched it a time or two afterwards. I even purchased the novel that provided more of the story.
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