Foyle's War

Season 2 Episode 4

The Funk Hole

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 07, 2003 on ITV
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Foyle investigates theft, and a possible murder, at a countryside "funk hole" - a guest house where those who can pay can sit out the war in relative comfort. But his job is made much harder when he is accused of spreading mailicious rumours and suspended from duty. While Foyle attempts to clear his name, his replacement sends Sam back to the transport corps.moreless

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    Joanna David

    Joanna David

    Wendy Powell

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    Nicholas Farrell

    Nicholas Farrell

    James Collier

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    Caroline Harker

    Caroline Harker

    Jane Hardiman

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    Anthony Howell

    Anthony Howell

    Paul Milner

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    Julian Ovenden

    Julian Ovenden

    Andrew Foyle

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      • Andrew and Sam go to a 6pm showing of "Gone With The Wind" (which is nearly 4 hours long) yet when they come out of the cinema it's still bright daylight. The episode is set in November 1940, when Britain was working on one hour of daylight savings (the famed "double summer time", i.e. GMT + 2 hours, wasn't introduced until 1941) - however in normal circumstances it would get dark in Hastings at around 5pm in November, so if they went to a 6pm showing (GMT+1) it would already be twilight when they went into the cinema, and pitch black when they came out.

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      • Locations: much of the filming for The Funk Hole was done at Chilworth Manor, near Guildford, Surrey - used as the hideaway referred to in the title of the episode. In real life, the house is a hotel, and it was also used for an episode of Poirot called Taken at the Flood and in the movie The Wedding Date (2005).

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