Michael Kitchen stars as the titular detective in this short series of mysteries set amidst the backdrop of England at the dawn of World War II. Foyle's War: The White Feather revolves around The White Feather, a pro-fascism group that's gaining some support in Foyle's part of town. But when one of the group's most prominent members is shot at a rally, Foyle is left to sort out who did it: the young Jewish man beaten by some of the group's members, the boyfriend of a girl who's been indoctrinated into the group, or someone else entirely. The White Feather co-stars Anthony Howell as Foyle's home-from-the-war partner Paul Milner.
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Side #1 -- 1. Prologue [4:09] 2. Imminent Invasion [9:46] 3. Tomorrow [7:16] 4. Boyfriend [8:47] 5. Shooting Party [13:26] 6. Can't Be Certain [9:30] 7. Coincidence [8:29] 8. Lady Rose [10:13] 9. Hospital Visit [5:44] 10. Here He Is [12:24] 11. Personal Betrayal [6:33]
While WWII rages across the Channel, police detective Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen) reluctantly remains on
duty in his quiet English coastal town. The battle comes to Foyle in its own way as he probes war-related cases of murder, espionage, and ...