Island at War (2004)
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Strange Mercies 

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French prostitutes arrive for the Germans and obnoxious Lt. Flach,pretending to mistake her for one,interrogates Kathleen as to the spy's whereabouts but has to let her go as the Baron ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Jeremy Beckham Jeremy Beckham ... Landser #5 (Prostitutes)
Louisa Clein ... Zelda Kay
Richard Cottier Richard Cottier ... Landser #6 (Arrests Kathleen)
Richard Dempsey ... Eugene La Salle
Daniel Flynn ... Hauptmann Dieter Muller
Julia Ford ... Kathleen Jonas
Laurence Fox ... Bernhardt Tellemann
Joanne Froggatt ... Angelique Mahy
Sean Gallagher ... Sheldon Leveque
Philip Glenister ... Oberst Heinrich Baron Von Rheingarten
Andrew Havill ... Oberleutnant Flach
Sam Heughan ... Philip Dorr
Kate-Lynn Hocking Kate-Lynn Hocking ... Joyce
Clare Holman ... Felicity Dorr
Conor Mullen ... Leutnant Walker
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French prostitutes arrive for the Germans and obnoxious Lt. Flach,pretending to mistake her for one,interrogates Kathleen as to the spy's whereabouts but has to let her go as the Baron wants reasonable relationships between the islanders and their occupiers. Flach does,however torture and shoot Eugene,who dies giving nothing away. The Baron is regretful for the death of a young man. Bernhardt convinces Angelique that his feelings for her are genuine and they kiss. Zelda is less enamoured of Walker's pursuit of her and hides out with Cassie,who has been persuaded into a bizarre partnership with Wimmel and Sheldon to indulge in a little profiteering. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | War

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1 August 2004 (UK) See more »

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The Germans invade St. Gregory in 1940. June Mahy sings at a German Army Party "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree", with her chorus ending: "Til I come marching home." Although the song was written for the 1939 Broadway musical "Yokel Boy", song did not contain the line "Til I come marching home" until 1942, after the United States entered World War 2. See more »

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