Foyle's War - Series 3 - French Drop / Enemy Fire details
|Directors:||Jeremy Silberston, Gavin Millar|
Foyle's War - Series 3 - French Drop
|TBC Disc 1|
Foyle's War - Series 3 - Enemy Fire
|TBC Disc 2|
|Run time:||3 hours 20 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 Mar 2005|
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Series 3By a customer from England , 24 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]These are the first two episodes from the third series. Not from the second as in the synopsis. More excellent adventures with Foyle and Sam.
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Quality dramaBy Doodler (3 reviews) from Llanidloes , 19 Mar 2010A really enjoyable episode of a superb series. We missed this when it was first broadcast so we used Lovefilm to catch-up.
This is quality drama at its best.
Boyhood memoriesBy ancientmariner (69 reviews) from Callington , 06 Oct 2008I grew up during this period, and as far as I remember the atmosphere created by Foyle's War programmes is very accurate. It is enhanced by the superb acting of Michael Kitchen and Honeysuckle Weeks who seem to have stepped out of the 1940s right into my living room.
This one is a good story which was absorbing enough to keep my attention from start to finish.
Brilliant SeriesBy a customer from Cheshire England , 07 Jul 2008Once again Michael Kiitchen and team do NOT disappoint.- wonderful acting. The story lines are great and believable - it certainly makes you wonder just how many compromises were made doing the war.
Not too bad.By a customer from east London , 19 Nov 2007This isn't one of the best Foyle's War episodes, but as they are all quite good anyway, some being better than others, I recommend it.
SuperbBy Richard Oldman from Essex , 08 Sep 2006It is unusual these days but this series is professionally made! Both the production and the acting are superb and it is simply a joy to watch.