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Well Meet Again (Four Discs)
  • Description

    For three-and-a-half years, the small Suffolk town of Market Wetherby has been doggedly getting on with the war - a time of ration books, shortages and 'making do', of war office telegrams and barrage balloons, or Digging for Victory and identity cards, and of BBC news on the 'wireless'. A time, in fact, of all our yesterdays. Into this quiet corner of England arrives the 525th Bomb Group of the US Eights Air Group, with its Flying Fortress bombers and its 2,000 officers and men, full of confidence, generosity, instant friendliness and casual violence - over-paid, over-sexed and over here.

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - All Day and Every Day.

    - Hands Across the Sea.

    - The Milk Run.

    Disc Two:

    - One Step Forwards, Two Steps Back.

    - The Big One.

    - Up the Smoke.

    Disc Three:

    - Fighting Men.

    - A Wing and a Prayer.

    - You'll Never Know.

    Disc Four:

    - Old Enough to Fight.

    - One Day at a Time.

    - Exceptional Circumstances.

    - The End of the Beginning., For three-and-a-half years, the small Suffolk town of Market Wetherby has been doggedly getting on with the war - a time of ration books, shortages and 'making do', of war office telegrams and barrage balloons, or Digging for Victory and identity cards, and of BBC news on the 'wireless'. A time, in fact, of all our yesterdays. Into this quiet corner of England arrives the 525th Bomb Group of the US Eights Air Group, with its Flying Fortress bombers and its 2,000 officers and men, full of confidence, generosity, instant friendliness and casual violence - over-paid, over-sexed and over here.

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - All Day and Every Day.

    - Hands Across the Sea.

    - The Milk Run.

    Disc Two:

    - One Step Forwards, Two Steps Back.

    - The Big One.

    - Up the Smoke.

    Disc Three:

    - Fighting Men.

    - A Wing and a Prayer.

    - You'll Never Know.

    Disc Four:

    - Old Enough to Fight.

    - One Day at a Time.

    - Exceptional Circumstances.

    - The End of the Beginning.

    Special Features:

    • None listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Ray Smith, Ronald Hines, Susannah York, Michael J Shannon
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    4
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

Well Meet Again (Four Discs)

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  • Description

    For three-and-a-half years, the small Suffolk town of Market Wetherby has been doggedly getting on with the war - a time of ration books, shortages and 'making do', of war office telegrams and barrage balloons, or Digging for Victory and identity cards, and of BBC news on the 'wireless'. A time, in fact, of all our yesterdays. Into this quiet corner of England arrives the 525th Bomb Group of the US Eights Air Group, with its Flying Fortress bombers and its 2,000 officers and men, full of confidence, generosity, instant friendliness and casual violence - over-paid, over-sexed and over here.

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - All Day and Every Day.

    - Hands Across the Sea.

    - The Milk Run.

    Disc Two:

    - One Step Forwards, Two Steps Back.

    - The Big One.

    - Up the Smoke.

    Disc Three:

    - Fighting Men.

    - A Wing and a Prayer.

    - You'll Never Know.

    Disc Four:

    - Old Enough to Fight.

    - One Day at a Time.

    - Exceptional Circumstances.

    - The End of the Beginning., For three-and-a-half years, the small Suffolk town of Market Wetherby has been doggedly getting on with the war - a time of ration books, shortages and 'making do', of war office telegrams and barrage balloons, or Digging for Victory and identity cards, and of BBC news on the 'wireless'. A time, in fact, of all our yesterdays. Into this quiet corner of England arrives the 525th Bomb Group of the US Eights Air Group, with its Flying Fortress bombers and its 2,000 officers and men, full of confidence, generosity, instant friendliness and casual violence - over-paid, over-sexed and over here.

    Episode listing:

    Disc One:

    - All Day and Every Day.

    - Hands Across the Sea.

    - The Milk Run.

    Disc Two:

    - One Step Forwards, Two Steps Back.

    - The Big One.

    - Up the Smoke.

    Disc Three:

    - Fighting Men.

    - A Wing and a Prayer.

    - You'll Never Know.

    Disc Four:

    - Old Enough to Fight.

    - One Day at a Time.

    - Exceptional Circumstances.

    - The End of the Beginning.

    Special Features:

    • None listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Ray Smith, Ronald Hines, Susannah York, Michael J Shannon
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    4
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

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a classic

We'll Meet Again - The Complete Series is a 1980s drama and is typical of the period in the sense that it is more like the intimacy of theatre rather than film. It is slow by today's standards, but for me all the better for it. The mix of Americans in a sleepy, English town gives plenty of scope for strong scripts. The earlier episodes have footage filmed for the series of a Flying Fortress flying - it's really impressive. There isn't a lot of actual flying, but it is a drama not a thriller series.

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