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One man fights his own battle against everyday evil--in extraordinarily dangerous times
"Outstanding" --The New York Times
Returning for a three-episode encore, this enormously popular, award-winning mystery series stars Michael Kitchen (Out of Africa) as Detective Chief Inspector Christopher Foyle, a police investigator in the British coastal community of Hastings. In the immediate aftermath of World War II, Foyle finds his longed-for retirement interrupted by cases involving international intrigue, military racism, and an accused traitor all too willing to go to the gallows.
Also starring Honeysuckle Weeks and Anthony Howell, and featuring Max Brown, Christopher Good, Tim Pigott-Smith, Charlotte Riley, Sam Spruell, Andrew Scott, David Yelland, and Anastasia Hille.
THE RUSSIAN HOUSE--The escape of a Russian POW sets off a chain of events that leads to murder and rekindles a conflict between Foyle and his former subordinate.
KILLING TIME--With African American GIs waiting to return Stateside, racial tension, jealousy, and greed combine to create a potentially explosive situation in Hastings.
THE HIDE--As DI Milner investigates the murder of a young woman in Brighton, Foyle probes the motives of an accused traitor who refuses to defend himself.
The episodes were fairly long and the sound quality left much to be desired.Published 1 month ago by Kenneth
Michael Kitchen is my favourite actor. He is great in anything he does.Published 2 months ago by constance robinson
I love this series. The actors are superb, the plots are interesting and the time period is always a winner for me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by momster
I really like this series and highly recommend getting the entire collection.Published 3 months ago by starlucy
Not quite as good at the sets 1-5, but that's like complaining that the caviar was too salty.Published 3 months ago by Amelia Treader
My favorite series from Britain, and I like many of the others as well.Published 3 months ago by William L Harrison
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I, too, have had some difficulty understanding all the dialogue. We are so sorry that there is no closed captioning available on the DVDs.
Apr 6, 2011 by S. V. Drummond | See all 5 posts
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