One Step Beyond

Season 1 Episode 7

The Dream

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Mar 03, 1959 on ABC
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Herbert Blakely is on night patrol in the coastal town on lookout for Nazis when he dreams about bombs destroying his home where his wife is.

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    Reginald Owen

    Reginald Owen

    Herbert Blakely

    Guest Star

    Richard Lupino

    Richard Lupino

    Willie Carr

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    Philip Tonge

    Philip Tonge

    Colonel Tim Marlowe

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      • John Newland: (opening dialogue with film footage of World War II) Dunkirk, France June 4th 1940, the last pittiful remmenants of the British expedition only rescued by heroic action. Beligum, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway overrun. Germany everywhere victorious and England her army shattered, her arms and material captured stood alone. Virtually defenseless under the merciless attack of the mighty Luftwaffe and the weight of the coming invasion.

      • Winston Churchill: (narration) And now he can come to us, stand alone in the breach and face the worst that the tyrannts might indicate and do. Should the invader come to Britain, we shall defend every town and every city.

      • John Newland: Winston Churchill, Britain's most potent wartime weapon. In that dark time after Dunkirk, he rallied his people from despair and defeat. They fought with anything and everything, even the fantastic weapon of psychic power. Inside this command post of England's home guard on the north coast in 1940, was a mild and most unmilitary fellow who took that incredible 'One step beyond'.

      • (a group of elderly men are gathered around the radio listening to Winston Churchill)
        Winston Churchill: So prepare ourselves, forgive the British Empire and it's Common wealth, men will still say, "This was their finest hour".

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