Masterpiece Theatre - Season 19

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  • Piece of Cake (6)
    Piece of Cake (6)
    Episode 33
    8/12/90
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    Piece of Cake (6) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on August 12, 1990. Set in the summer of 1940, Hornet Squadron reconvenes in England and begins working hard to prepare for battle. Barton is the leader of the squadron and is whipping his pilots into shape before the entire squadron must take flight and defend their country.moreless
  • Piece of Cake (5)
    Piece of Cake (5)
    Episode 32
    8/5/90
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    Piece of Cake (5) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on August 5, 1990. During the summer of 1940, the 12 pilots are in fighting mode as France sees its first attack from the Luftwaffe. After their squadron leader is killed, Australian born Fanny Barton takes over and prepares the young boys for a long fight against the Germans.moreless
  • Piece of Cake (4)
    Piece of Cake (4)
    Episode 31
    7/29/90
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    Piece of Cake (4) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on July 20, 1990. It is March of 1940, and the 12 pilots of Hornet Squadron are getting ready for a wedding. One of their own is marrying his fiancee in France. As joy and love fill their hearts, they begin to wonder if they will ever leave France and fight the Germans.moreless
  • Piece of Cake (3)
    Piece of Cake (3)
    Episode 30
    7/22/90
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    Piece of Cake (3) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on July 22, 1990. Set in December of 1939, all 12 pilots are beginning to have boredom set in. As they continue to travel towards the German border, the pilots grow weary. They've yet to experience any action during the war and are ready to fight.moreless
  • Piece of Cake (2)
    Piece of Cake (2)
    Episode 29
    7/15/90
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    Piece of Cake (2) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on July 15, 1990. The 12 pilots of Hornet Squadron are still in France, but they are nearing the German border. Their days in France are filled with good food, pampering and even a bit of romance. However, as they near Germany, they must get ready to fight for their country.moreless
  • Piece of Cake (1)
    Piece of Cake (1)
    Episode 28
    7/8/90
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    Piece of Cake (1) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on July 8, 1990. Twelve young and innocent pilots must get ready for war. All of the pilots have been practicing flying and are ready to fight for their country. They all get into their planes, and begin their long journey to Germany.moreless
  • Traffik (5)
    Traffik (5)
    Episode 27
    5/20/90
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    Traffik (5), "The Politician," the fifth episode of the BBC miniseries takes government agent Jack Lithgow (Bill Paterson) back to Pakistan where he pushes for drug arrests in exchange for aid. Helen (Lindsay Duncan) also travels to Pakistan where she tries to negotiate with Tariq (Talat Hussain)but finds herself facing a dangerous test.moreless
  • Traffik (4)
    Traffik (4)
    Episode 26
    5/13/90
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    Traffik (4), "The Chemist," the fourth episode of the BBC miniseries, Fazal (Jamal Shah) has his loyalty tested by his lover Tariq (Talat Hussain) at a heroin laboratory. Helen (Lindsay Duncan) tries to destroy the police case against her husband Karl (George Kukura). Jack (Bill Paterson) faces the hopelessness of drugs as his daughter Caroline (Julia Ormond) falls deeper into addiction and his political advisors tell him he is fighting an unwinnable battle against trafficking.moreless
  • Traffik (3)
    Traffik (3)
    Episode 25
    5/6/90
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    Traffik (3), the third episode, "The Criminal," of the BBC miniseries follows Helen Rosshalde (Lindsay Duncan) as she tries to keep up an elegant lifestyle with her husband, Karl (George Kukura), in prison for drug trafficking. She decides to continue his drug business. Meanwhile, Jack (Bill Paterson) wants his daughter, Caroline (Julia Ormond), to go to rehab but she runs away instead.moreless
  • Traffik (2)
    Traffik (2)
    Episode 24
    4/29/90
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    Traffik (2), the second episode, "The Addict," of the BBC miniseries continues with Jack Lithgow (Bill Paterson), returning home from Pakistan. He discovers that his daughter, Caroline (Julia Ormond), has become addicted to heroin. Meanwhile, the Pakistani farmer, Fazal (Jamal Shah), who Jack met on his mission, travels to Karachi where he falls in love with a drug trafficker, Tariq (Talat Hussain).moreless
  • Traffik (1)
    Traffik (1)
    Episode 23
    4/22/90
    9.0
    Traffik (1) is a six-part 1989 BBC miniseries about illegal drugs with interwoven stories involving manufacturers, dealers, addicts and government officials. The series won both the BAFTA and International Emmy awards for Best Drama. The first episode, "The Farmer," follows British official Jack Lithgow (Bill Paterson) as he travels to Pakistan to negotiate a halt to heroin production.moreless
  • The Dressmaker
    The Dressmaker
    Episode 22
    4/15/90
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    The Dressmaker is an episode of the PBS show Masterpiece Theatre. From a Liverpool family of women, seventeen year-old Rita develops a crush on an American soldier named Wesley. One of Rita's aunts encourage the relationship while another deems Wesley unfit. When their romance begins to dissipate, the family must overcome their darkest fears.moreless
  • The Real Charlotte (3)
    4/8/90
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    The Real Charlotte is a three-part series from the PBS show Masterpiece Theatre. In the final episode, Francie returns to Ireland with new husband Roddy Lambert after a honeymoon in Paris. Because of Charlotte, Lambert ends up with heavy financial problems. One of Francie's admirers Gerald Hawkins confesses his love for her and she must choose between him or Lambert.moreless
  • The Real Charlotte (2)
    4/1/90
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    The Real Charlotte is a three-part series from PBS's Masterpiece Theatre. In the second episode, Charlotte tells Roddy Lambert's wife about his romantic interest in Francie. After an argument with Charlotte, Francie leaves and decides to marry Lambert which enrages Charlotte. Christopher Dysart confesses love for Francie but she turns him down.moreless
  • The Real Charlotte (1)
    3/25/90
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    The Real Charlotte is a three-episode program from the PBS show Masterpiece Theatre. In the first episode, a young Francie Fitzpatrick moves to western Ireland to stay with her cousin Charlotte Mullen. She intends to set her cousin up with an heir to a massive estate. However, other eyes catch onto Francie first.moreless
  • After the War (8)
    After the War (8)
    Episode 18
    2/25/90
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    After the War (8) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on February 25, 1990. Michael's mistress returns to England, and he is scared to face her. He's also afraid that his girlfriend Annie will find out that he was unfaithful. Meanwhile, Sally Raglan tries to seduce Michael, but is unsuccessful. Instead, Michael turns to another friend for comfort, which angers Annie.moreless
  • After the War (7)
    After the War (7)
    Episode 17
    2/18/90
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    After the War (7) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on February 18, 1990. Rachel lives with her husband now, and they move to West Africa. Rebels move into the West African Republic, and the couple must travel north to escape. Rachel takes her son Billy with them, and they barely escape the country before the rebels move towards the presidential palace.moreless
  • After the War (6)
    After the War (6)
    Episode 16
    2/11/90
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    After the War (6) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on February 11, 1990. Michael finishes his documentary on the artist Guy Falcon. At one of his opening parties, he meets Annie Rose, and they quickly fall in love. After meeting her, he quits his job as a filmmaker, and they run away to Greece.moreless
  • After the War (5)
    After the War (5)
    Episode 15
    2/4/90
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    In the fifth episode of After the War, Michael's career as a playwrite progresses. He is now involved in writing a musical. He also begins making a documentary about the renewal of inner city areas. When a friend invites him to a party, he realizes it will be an opportunity for him to hobnob with a significant theater critic and a noted film producer.moreless
  • After the War (4)
    After the War (4)
    Episode 14
    1/28/90
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    In the fourth episode of After the War, Michael Jordan is advancing both professionally and personally. As a reporter, he's now been promoted to a role as a prominent writer. He receives confidential information about a pending crises at the Suez Canal. On the personal level, his first play is produced, and he begins to immerse himself in the world of the theater.moreless
  • After the War (3)
    After the War (3)
    Episode 13
    1/21/90
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    In the third episode of After the War, Michael Jordan gets a job as a reporter for a newspaper, but his real interest is in chasing after a woman with whom he is infatuated, Sally Raglan. She is barely getting by as an actress. He is sent to Paris to do a report, and there runs into Joe Hirsch.moreless
  • After the War (2)
    After the War (2)
    Episode 12
    1/14/90
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    After the War (2) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on January 14, 1990. Michael is at a university studying to be a filmmaker. The rest of his family is keeping busy while he is away. His sister moves to London, and his Dad moves to Germany for his job. His brother Samuel is busy investigating a notorious German banker.moreless
  • After the War (1)
    After the War (1)
    Episode 11
    1/7/90
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    After the War is an eight-episode series from the PBS show Masterpiece Theatre that chronicles life of different families in post-war England. In the first tale, young Michael Jordan is evacuated to Devon and asked to look after Joe Hirsch, a German refugee. Divided by school life and differing backgrounds, the two begin a rocky friendship that will continue for years.moreless
  • The Yellow Wallpaper
    12/17/89
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    The Yellow Wallpaper is the haunting story of a woman who suffers from nervous anxiety. Her husband begrudgingly moves her to a country home. She desires to write, but he prevents her from any outlet for her energies, and instead constrains her to a bedroom with ugly, yellow wallpaper. She begins to see a figure hidden in the wallpaper that reaches out to her.moreless
  • A Tale of Two Cities (4)
    12/10/89
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    In this episode, Darnay stands trial with a possible death sentence. Dr. Manette attempts to defend him, but the doctor's personal diaries from the Bastille are used as evidence against him. The English party begins to flee Paris, but not before Sydney Carton can implement his plans. Madam Defarge gives testimony about her life as a peasant.moreless
  • A Tale of Two Cities (3)
    12/3/89
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    This episode witnesses the storming of the Bastille. The Defarges lead the charge of the people of St. Antoine, and ultimately they kill the governor. Darnay comes to the rescue of his former servant but is arrested immediately upon arriving in France. Darnay is put on trial for his life, and it is Dr. Manette who pleads for his life.moreless
  • A Tale of Two Cities (2)
    11/26/89
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    In the second episode, Charles Darnay now wishes to wed the woman who came to testify on his behalf, Lucie. He waits until the day of their wedding to reveal his identity to her. Lucie finds a loyal friend in Sydney Carton, who pledges to die for her. The Defarges in Paris get word of the wedding via Barsad.moreless
  • A Tale of Two Cities (1)
    11/19/89
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    In the first episode that introduces Dickens' classic, Dr. Alexandre Manette is released from the Bastille. After serving an eighteen year sentence, he goes to live in London with his daughter, Lucie. A few years later, Lucie must return to France to give testimony about a treasonous French aristocrat, Charles Darnaymoreless
  • Glory Enough for Us All (2)
    11/12/89
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    In the second episode of Glory Enough for Us All, Elizabeth Hughes watches her remaining time slip away. The doctors work desperately to perfect the serum which thus far has only worked on one laboratory animal. However, when they perfect it, they suddenly become international celebrities. They are challenged with the fact that fame and fortune depend on who gets the credit.moreless
  • Glory Enough for Us All (1)
    11/5/89
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    Glory Enough for Us All (1) is an episode from season 19 of the PBS television series Masterpiece Theater in which Canadian doctor Frederick Banting believes he may have found a cure for diabetes. When Banting discovers insulin, his rival, Dr. MacLeod is astonished. Glory Enough for Us All (1) first aired in 1993.moreless
  • Precious Bane (2)
    Precious Bane (2)
    Episode 3
    10/29/89
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  • Precious Bane (1)
    Precious Bane (1)
    Episode 2
    10/22/89
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  • And a Nightengale Sang