|类型/形式：||War television programs
Tony Wharmby; David Crane; David Butler; John Gorrie; Christopher Hodson; John Reardon; Peter Cregeen; Susannah York; Michael J Shannon; London Weekend Television (Firm); Acorn Media (Firm)
|注意：||Title from container.
Created by David Butler.
Originally broadcast on PBS television as individual episodes in 1982.
Contains all 13 episodes from the series.
|制作人员：||Produced and directed by Tony Wharmby.|
|演员名单:||Susannah York, Michael J. Shannon.|
|目标对象：||Not rated; contains partial nudity.|
|描述：||4 videodiscs (ca. 679 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|内容：||Disc 1. (ca. 177 min.) Episode 1: All day & every day --
Episode 2: Hands across the sea --
Episode 3: The Milk run. Disc 2. (ca. 204 min.) Episode 4: One step forward, two steps back --
Episode 5: The Big one --
Episode 6: Up the smoke --
Episode 7: Fighting men. Disc 3. (ca. 151 min.) Episode 8: A Wing and a prayer --
Episode 9: You'll never know --
Episode 10: Old enough to fight. Disc 4. (ca. 147 min.) Episode 11: One day at a time --
Episode 12: Exceptional circumstances --
Episode 13: The End of the beginning.
|其他题名：||We'll meet again (Television program)|
|责任：||London Weekend Television Limited ; produced by Tony Wharmby ; written by David Crane, David Butler, and John Gorrie ; directed by Tony Wharmby, Christopher Hodson, John Reardon, and Peter Cregeen.|
Four years into World War II, the quiet English village of Market Wetherby is in for a shock. They are not being invaded by the Germans, but the American servicemen at the new U.S. airbase are arriving. These newcomers are an entirely different breed altogether. But, for local doctor Helen Dereham and base commander Major James Kylie, they strike up a distinctly warm relationship. In a small place like Market Wetherby, few are left untouched.
- United States. -- Army -- Military life -- Drama.
- Military bases -- England -- Drama.
- Small cities -- England -- Drama.
- Americans -- England -- Drama.
- Adjustment (Psychology) -- Drama.
- United States. -- Army.
- Adjustment (Psychology)
- Military bases.
- Small cities.
- England -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.