Foyle's War (2002–2015)
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War Games 

When a British food corporation signs a secret agreement with the Nazis to provide essential food services to the enemy during wartime, murders result.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ian Redford ...
Tim Preece ...
Paul Milner
Will Knightley ...
Arthur Browne
Charlie G. Hawkins ...
Brian (as Charlie Hawkins)
Samantha Stewart
Tim (as Barney Clarke)
Sergeant Rivers
Lucy Markham
Harry Markham (as Luke De Woolfson)
Brigadier Harcourt


October 1940: A young secretary falls to her death out the window of her office. Foyle plays referee to the Home Guard's war games, but there's live ammunition and one of the Home guard ends up dead. The local children collecting paper and metal for the war effort prove instrumental in solving the case. Written by VM

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | War


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30 November 2003 (UK)  »

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Emily Blunts first credited appearance at age 20, in the role of farmer Lucy Markham. See more »


The document proving cooperation with German producers is shown several times in a close-up. The text in the top line has an error saying "DOCUMENS" it should have been "DOCUMENT" or if in German "DOKUMENT" See more »


Simon Walker: You see, that's what I learned in Germany: when someone gets in your way, you have to act! That's the genius of Hitler. In a way, that makes him the greatest businessman of all.
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In War, Everything Is Precious
1 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

There is criminal, treasonous action going on, while military exercises are being performed. It involves a boarding house where some interesting characters are staying and a series of convenient murders. A safe cracker, living with his sister has come home and is having trouble accepting that their farm business is less than flourishing. This man is approached by a bigwig to steal a box from a house. He gets the box, but a pair of his former colleagues begin to shake him down. Unfortunately, before he can gain from his evil doings, he is shot in the head. Normally, I don't like kid actors, but there are a group of them trying to win some chocolate by collecting newspapers and scrap for the war effort. They run across secret information that connects one of the men with the Nazis. The actors filling these roles are quite believable and charming. This was a highly entertaining episode.

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