Foyle's War: Season 7 (2013)



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Air date: May 2, 2010
Air date: May 9, 2010
Air date: May 16, 2010
Air date: Sep 22, 2013
Air date: Sep 29, 2013
Air date: Sep 29, 2013

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Set in mid-1945, the British mystery's seventh season opens with Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen) wanting nothing more than to retire, but finding himself unable to do so because of a post-VE Day crime wave. His life intersects again with his old sergeant, Paul Milner (Anthony Howell), who's now a detective inspector in a neighboring town, and his former driver Sam (Honeysuckle Weeks), who's now a famous artist's assistant, when his pursuit of an escaped POW leads him to the scene of a case being investigated by Milner?the murder of Sam's new boss. Foyle also tackles a murder that may be related to racial prejudice and whose victim resided at a boarding house that Sam helps run; and, after finally achieving his wish to leave the force, sets out to clear a young man accused of fighting for the Nazis.


Michael Kitchen
as Christopher Foyle
Honeysuckle Weeks
as Samantha `Sam' Stewart
Ellie Haddington
as Hilda Pierce
Anthony Howell
as Paul Milner
Julian Ovenden
as Andrew Foyle
Rupert Vansittart
as Sir Alec Meyerson
Laura Way
as Evelyn Greene (older)
Lars Eidinger
as Karl Strasser
Daniel Weyman
as Adam Wainwright
Simon Coury
as George Greene
Max Brown
as Adam Wainwright
Jeremy Swift
as Glenvil Harris
Radoslaw Kaim
as Grigory Palenko
Charles Aitken
as Thomas Nelson
John Sharian
as Sgt Calhoun
Tim McMullan
as Arthur Valentine
Rufus Wright
as Dr. Ian Ross
Sam Marks
as Anton Valyshkin
Obi Abili
as Gabe Kelly
Mary Sheen
as Mrs. Jones
Jodie Hay
as Student
Gary Carr
as Paul Jennings
Andrew Scott
as James Devereaux
Marek Oravec
as Ivan Spiakov
Andrew Tiernan
as Geoffrey Helliwell
Jimmy MacDermott
as Dr. Phillips
Nick Dunning
as Harry Delmont
Rob Heanley
as Army Sergeant
Richard Goulding
as Jack Stanford
Ross Armstrong
as Danny Wills
Karl Shiels
as Man With Photographer
Tamzin Outhwaite
as Brenda Stevens
David Hounslow
as Parry-Jones
Giles Taylor
as Andrew Bennet
Joseph Long
as Fred Stuart
Ruth McCabe
as Mrs. Greene
Richard Dillane
as Charles Roper
Thomas Padden
as DS Jones
Tim Pigott-Smith
as Brigadier Timothy Wilson
Richard Braine
as Mr. Harmworth
Adam James
as Major Wesker
Emma Colohan
as Miss Watkins
Lucy-Ann Holmes
as Evelyn Greene (younger)
Joseph Kloska
as DC Perkins
Tom Goodman-Hill
as Maurice Jones
Rupert Frazer
as Commander Howard
Daniel Hill
as Headmaster
Tom Beard
as Capt. McDonald
Kirsty Besterman
as Caroline Devereaux
Colin Stinton
as Lt. Col. Hoyt Jackson
Anne O'Neill
as Lady at Tea
Michael Elwyn
as Police Officer
Will Keen
as Alan Deakin
Donal Gallery
as Gate Guard at Barton Hall
Fiona Button
as Mary Nelson
Stephen Swift
as Soldier at Barton Hall
Zoe Telford
as Lucy Jones
Jon Glover
as Police Officer
Georgie Glen
as Mrs. Ramsay
David Ryan
as Mr. Cranston
Gerard Jordan
as Soldier in Barton Hall Basement
Paul Benzing
as George Gibson
Dimitry Drannikov
as Nikolai Vladchenko
Andrew Bennett
as Dr. Trevelyan
Mark Huberman
as MI5 Guard
Christopher Good
as Sir Leonard Spencer-Jones
David Yelland
as Sir Charles Devereaux
Anastasia Hille
as Jane Devereaux
Polly Maberly
as Edith Milner
Gillian Bevan
as Mrs. Dean
Sam Spruell
as Tommy Duggan
Finn Bennett
as Young James Devereaux
Tom Brooke
as Tom Bradley
Ryan Kiggell
as Joe Bradley
Steven Pacey
as Michael Harrison
Robert Ashcroft
as Prison Warder
Jem Wall
as Police Sergeant
Fred Pearson
as Fisherman
Maggie Service
as Sylvie Johnstone
Eleanor Bron
as Elsa Konstantin
Victoria Lennox
as Mrs. Phillips
Hugh Ross
as Richard Carstairs KC
Adam Englander
as Russian Agent
David Baron
as Old Bailey Judge
Paul Webster
as Henry Blakesway
Marcel Iures
as Monsieur Duveen
Leon Lissek
as Isaac Rothstein
Emil Hostina
as Alex Anokhov
Alister Cameron
as Walter Hardiman
Rik Makarem
as Simon Rothstein
Denyse Alexander
as Miss Longbridge
Linda Marlowe
as Edna Howard
Dominic Jephcott
as Edward Brenner
Chris Sunley
as Ambulance Man
Ashley Horne
as Newsboy
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Critic Reviews for Foyle's War Season 7

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (4)

The world may have changed, but Foyle has lost none of his brusque appeal.

Sep 17, 2013 | Full Review…

With so much atmosphere, the ingenuity of the investigations on which Foyle embarks arrives as a very pleasant surprise, especially after the lackluster mysteries of the penultimate season.

Sep 16, 2013 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

The new season of Foyle's War could be the best ever.

Sep 23, 2013 | Full Review…

There is a moral intensity to Foyle that Kitchen expresses by the slightest raising of his voice or quickening of his words or birdlike cocking of his head.

Sep 18, 2013 | Full Review…

The charms of Foyle's War are more subtle than some of its fellow genre representatives.

Sep 16, 2013 | Rating: B | Full Review…

This grayer, chillier Foyle's War may not suit everyone, but it's admirable, and a bit remarkable, that Mr. Horowitz has moved the show forward in a way that makes historical and dramatic sense.

Sep 16, 2013 | Full Review…

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