Tag Archives: Foyle’s War
An assessment that continues to ring true today, especially with a divisive hatemonger and cretin leading this country, so it’s good to be reminded by former President Obama in his speech yesterday that “[we’ve] got to embrace the longer and more optimistic view of history…” in spite of “a politics that threatens to turn good people away from the kind of collective action that has always driven human progress.”
Bizarre and dismaying to be hearing about my home turf in Irish news reports.
Grateful to have been taking in the views from Mount Brandon instead of sidestepping violent, murderous neo-Nazis invading my town with their sick and twisted reasoning.
Only one correct answer to this question:
Milner gets it right, unlike the craven, despicable man occupying the White House right now.
Watching "Schindler's List" again and I'm confused about who the bad guys are. I mean there are very fine people on both sides.* *sarcasm—
Todd Holloman (@todd_holloman) August 15, 2017
I'm really salty about Foyle's War being taken off Netflix at the end of the month. It's one of the best shows ever. Michael Kitchen rocks.—
Taylor R. Wright (@TaylorWright19) August 13, 2017
Not only should Netflix retain Foyle’s War, but it should change its cover art for the show to this:
Robert Hardy as Henry Beaumont in The German Woman
“But that has nothing to do with Greta. Nobody in their right mind could possibly imagine… What I’m trying to say is that if anybody has a grudge against Greta, they- they simply don’t know her. Greta never had any time for Hitler or the Nazis or…“
Henry Beaumont’s lying, and Foyle knows it.
Commemorating the passing of yet another one of the distinguished actors who guest starred opposite Michael Kitchen on Foyle’s War.
At the alarming rate that far-right judges are being appointed to lower-court benches, it won’t be long before we lose a vital bastion against Trumpism.
From The New Yorker:
McConnell didn’t just protect a Supreme Court seat for the next President; he basically shut down the entire confirmation process for all of Obama’s federal-judgeship nominees for more than a year. It’s the vacancies that accumulated during this time — more than a hundred of them — that Trump’s team is now working efficiently to fill.
McC now has the unmitigated gall to accuse Democrats of obstructionism?!
Dunkirk was spectacular and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout, but at a fraction of the budget and scale, the treatment of the momentous event in Foyle’s War was no less affecting, if not more…
Vinnie Moran (@VinnMo) July 26, 2017
Is it too much to ask that the POTUS possess none of the disturbing character traits exhibited in these Michael Kitchen portrayals…
and more of the qualities found in Michael Faraday and Christopher Foyle?
Foyle pays another visit to Joyce Corrigan to deliver bad news about her son.
Enjoyed watching Emma Fielding last night playing a considerably larger part, Miss Galindo, a character as outspoken and right-minded as Foyle.
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Messing about with the photographic files in the archive. What I do on a daily basis with little risk of detection.
A Foyle’s War birthday cake! Looks too good to eat.
They should make small tweaks to each season of The Crown (add M. Kitchen role, WW2 flashbacks, de-emphasize royals) until it's Foyle's War—
Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) June 22, 2017
I’d be happy if they just cast Michael Kitchen in a part.
The silent exchange between Foyle and Andrew speaks volumes about the closeness of their relationship.
“Dad. It’s good to see you.”
Exceedingly good to see Michael Kitchen play Dad to Julian Ovenden’s Andrew Foyle.
New appreciation for High Castle after watching the episode a second time in its entirety since it premiered.
Another fool in Foyle’s midst.
In her first credited role, Emily Blunt got to act opposite Michael Kitchen and wear a nifty beekeeper’s outfit. Amazing that the real experts in beekeeping require little in the way of protective wear, even when dealing with a swarm of 40,000 bees.
“I was injured in the First War – not very badly – but I was young, alone, frightened. She was a volunteer nurse.”
“I can tell you that she was desperately unhappy with the life she was leading – at her happiest when he was away – but chose to pursue that life for the sake of the child she was carrying.”
Foyle reveals his love affair with Caroline Devereaux to her son. ***
Much of France has something else to celebrate today.
“Situation in which opposed parties maintain a tense, contentious relationship.”
Seems to be the case more often than not these days.