Shot in Polish-British co-production series of short stories based on themes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - "father" of the world's most famous detective: Sherlock Holmes. Each episode is a ... See full summary »
When the Swedish army occupies the eastern part of Denmark in 1678, the local inhabitants decide to fight back. Under the leadership of Svend Poulsen, a guerrilla is formed. And guerrilla ... See full summary »
A comedy mystery involving the composer and cartoonist Hubert Yrhage, the journalist Gary Lundberg, anti cartoon campaigner Lena Lett, the mysterious Jens Myskovich and music publisher ... See full summary »
A seemingly ordinary day in October. A woman has since she separated from her husband lived in a single room with a separate entrance. But for her this is not an ordinary day. She only has six hours left to live.
A few of remember the halcyon days of early TV when there were a few good shows. This show set in post-WW2 Europe was one of them. The characters were more than paste-board cut-outs and the situations actually were thought provoking. Daly was consistently good and I always looked forward to seeing it. His walk down those long steps in his rain coat seemed to spark the metaphor of descending into another adventure. Alas, when I look at the garbage being foisted off on viewers today and compare these mindless, glitzy no-brainers, replete with CAG and ridiculous plots, I rejoice that I was around when shows like Foreign Intrigue and Richard Boone's Repertory Theater were being aired. They are missed sorely, believe me.
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