Foyle's War 8 Seasons 2010

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August 1945. Foyle probes the mysterious motives of James Devereaux, a former POW and member of the British Free Corps, who refuses to defend himself against treason charges. Meanwhile, Milner investigates the murder of a young woman rooming with the Devereaux family's housekeeper.

Starring:
Andrew Scott, Richard Goulding
Runtime:
1 hour 33 minutes
Original air date:
May 30, 2010

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Product Details

Genres Military & War, Drama, Mystery
Director Stuart Orme
Starring Andrew Scott, Richard Goulding
Supporting actors Tim Van Eyken, Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Max Brown, Richard Braine, Rupert Frazer, Kirsty Besterman, Will Keen, Georgie Glen, Anthony Howell, Joseph Kloska, David Yelland, Anastasia Hille, Finn Bennett, Steven Pacey, Robert Ashcroft, Maggie Service, Hugh Ross
Season year 2010
Network Acorn Media
Producers Jill Green, Michael Kitchen, Graeme MacArthur, Lars MacFarlane, Jim Reeve
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I wuold be better if it was free on prime.
Larry D McClintock
Loved every episode and have started watching them for the second time.
Nina D Marlow
The acting, stories and characters are great.
RONALD BERGMAN

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on January 23, 2012
Post War!-What everyone who's seen Foyle's War was anxiously awaiting. Triumphant 3 NEW EPISODES of Foyle's Post-War (summer 1945). Done in the same 6-STAR excellence as the British home-front WWII series. Period drama done to perfection providing history, drama, action, romance, mystery, and suspense (6-STARS) in every episode. WITH SUBTITLES
Proven to be one of the finest war series ever British produced, and this is the result of public demand for more. Foyle returns for some activity after the war. It's just as awesome as the original series.

Foyle's War is a classic in it's own time.
Michael Kitchen is back as Foyle--the series is impossible without him. Anthony Horowitz is writer/creator. And what a blessing to again see 'Sam', Miss Stewart (Honeysuckle Weeks) back helping Foyle in Hastings, solving crimes and dealing with post-war issues. She has such a beautiful face--and more. A jolly voice. I just love her.

In the Series, Foyle longs for retirement, away from crime, death, and political intrigue; but now all the world longs for Foyle to be on the job for many series to come.

If you watched "Foyle's War: Series 1-5 -From Dunkirk to VE-Day" then Set 6 is a MUST. These 3 feature-length episodes do stand alone, but after viewing them you WILL want the complete wartime set. Don't expect to watch one episode at a time. They are so good, you'll watch them back-to-back, all 300 minutes.

Foyle's War is fiction, but so authentic and accurate to detail and events that this series is a MUST for historians. it is so historical detailed it becomes educational. Above all else, it is 6-STAR ENTERTAINMENT.

Still not enough...check this listing..."We'll Meet Again (4pc) (DVD)"
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By bonnie Jean Bauer on March 10, 2012
This whole set of series is historical while entertainment of the highest degree. I watch it over and over again from the first season to the last and can hardly wait for seasons 7 & 8 to be available. Even with cable these are the stories I want to spend my winter evenings with. They remind me of the sacrifices made by the men in my family and yours while making new friends with Michael, Anthony and Honeysuckle (Who I know would be my lifetime friends should ever we meet). Its great fun to see and recognize many actors from other favorite stories and series. Thank you for "Foyle's War".
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Akatombo2011 on March 20, 2011
Excellent in nearly every respect, Michael Kitchen is superlative as usual. Few detective dramas manage to so thoughtfully interweave a more profound theme of loss, human cruelty and compassion.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie B. Botsford on April 1, 2013
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Of all the great modern series (Breaking Bad, Homeland, etc) this one is light-years above the rest. It traces a detective and his life and cases thru the years of WWII. It's 100% fascinating and beautifully written.

NOTE: Each episode is an hour long when shown on our PBS station. On DVD, each episode is about 1 hour and 40 minutes! No wonder the hatchet job on shortening the story-line results in an indecipherable mess!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nina D Marlow on May 2, 2012
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This is a great series.... Don't know how I missed it when it played on TV. Loved every episode and have started watching them for the second time. That GOOD! Love the setting in WW II England. The characters are wonderful and story lines intriguing. I would recommend this series VERY HIGHLY!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard B. Schwartz TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 6, 2013
Format: DVD
This one is really worth the wait. In fact, if you can't wait, it's worth purchasing an all-region DVD player to see it immediately.

The war is over and Foyle is working for MI5. It is not, of course, his first set of encounters with the enigmatic Mrs. Pierce (Ellie Haddington), but now they are working together on a regular basis. That means that Foyle is not just occupied with the conviction of villains. He must also conjure with a duplicitous and secretive bureaucracy. This brings out aspects of his character which have always been particularly attractive: his attention to details, his refusal to capitulate on principle, his ability to sense when people are lying (or worse).

Sam is back, married to an idealistic young man who wishes to become an M.P. and do his bit to ameliorate the human condition. Once again, she becomes Foyle's driver and, to a degree, sidekick. Nicholas Jones plays a top MI5 official, who is replaced by Rupert Vansittart (the deep-in-his-cups, somnolent husband of Bingley's sister in the BBC Pride and Prejudice). Both are superb in their roles. Tim McMullen plays Mrs. Pierce's #2, a conflicted, uncomfortable man, trying to do his best in the face of individuals and procedures who/which trouble him deeply. His performances are consistently excellent and engaging.

There are three episodes: "The Eternity Ring" (on atomic secrets, spies and potential Russian involvement); "The Cage" (on a secret military facility and its doings [a throwback to earlier themes in the Foyle series]); and the masterpiece, "Sunflower." The third episode focuses on a putatively Dutch art historian who may be a former SS officer, responsible for a horrific war atrocity.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sheri Beatty on April 22, 2011
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My only wish is that there were more seasons to buy. I watched them all from the beginning. Also love Midsomer Murders.
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