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...I always enjoyed Foyle's War, now our local PBS is showing Father Brown, I like this one too.
I liked Foyle's War better in its earlier seasons during the war. I do like this actress!
I was sooo excited!
Fabulous! I'm always amazed how you spot those 42s - perfect 😁. Happy Sunday! Hugs, Jo x
They leap off the screen at me lol
Great 42.And it reminds me of a song from the 1950s called The Green Door
Unfamiliar with the song. Googling. "Don't know what they're doing, but they laugh a lot behind the green door." Oho!
They're everywhere! They're everywhere!--A Pal
We can hope so ;) I dread running out lol
Gosh I miss Foyle's War. Honeycomb Weeks was the perfect person to play Sam. It's wonderful that you found that specific screenshot. Now if only PBS would bring the series back, but sadly, that won't ever happen.
We look for Weeks in other things, but we think she needs a regular part in another series :) We picked up the first 4 seasons on DVD used ages ago don't care for the later seasons as well. We like the war-time police Foyle better than the post-war plots.
Aha! Another 42 spotted! :)
Yep. I keep an eye peeled lol
I've never seen this before. Okay I've never seen most things! Have a great week, Valerie
Michael Kitchen is wonderful, and the WW2-era police plots are interesting. It's on Amazon Prime if you have access to that. It's worth a try.
I LOVE Foyle's War. I have it on DVD from my PBS days. The fellow who wrote Magpie Murders, Anthony Horowitz, was its creator (and Midsomer Murders, too) and I've always really liked his mind. Plus, it's a fascinating view of England during the war and one we don't always see.
Perfectly cast, too :) I'm not familiar with Magpie Murders. I'll have to look for it, thanks :)
We like Foyle's War ... perfect photo of Sam with the perfect number.
I loved that her house # was a 42 :)