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Hanover Street was the parallel story of my father in WW II, right up to the end. He was an American crew member of a B-26 bomber, stationed in northern England. He met a girl whose husband was fighting th Nazis in Europe. What my father did now know—nor did my late mother or any of our family—is that the girl gave birth to a baby boy in 1945. Jumping ahead to December 2019, I had been researching my ancestors. And so was my unknown half brother. Our searches brought us together. He has lived in northern England all his life and was in the RAF for 30 years, including a stint in the Queen's Flight. He and his wife planned to visit us in the summer of 2020, but cancelled due to Covid. My family is now looking forward to their visit at our California ranch in this coming July, pending the pandemic, of course.
A story of doomed love from the start.Two people waiting for a bus and American pilot and a British nurse she jumps on the bus before him.He pretends he has a damaged leg and she gets gets off the bus to let him on. She then pretends there is something wrong with her baby he jumps off the bus,the bus pulls away and they both miss it he invites her go to a cafe for a cup.of tea. When they come out of the cafe start to say to goodbye and go their separate ways the bombs lstart falling he starts to look for her eventually he hears her scream and goes to finds her and they fall into a wonderful embrace that is the beginning of their love affair. The problem is she is married to a Major in the intelligence corps. He flies him to Germany on a secret mission their plane is shot down both survive, go on the secret mission which is successful . On the way to their pick up the Major is shot in the back, Haloran the pilot saves his life, when they are hiding from the Germans the Major asks Haloran whose name is David if he has one special person in his life? He says he does the Major shows him a picture of his wife which turns out to be his Margaret too.David gets him back to London and to hospital. David visits the Major and on his way out he sees Margaret going to see her husband. They vow ever lasting love to one another then he walks towards the door and she his ward.
I remember watching Hanover street years ago, before most people had ever heard of home computing, and loved it so much that I took a few years, once I'd got a computer, searching to see if I cold find it on DVD anywhere. I purchased my copy from Amazon about three years ago, the only place who can generally find any of the more obscure films and music that I look for, and Hanover Street is still a winner. At first I thought it was going to be really cheesy, but it becomes very gutsy towards the end when Harrison, as a WWII American bomber pilot, manages to complete a mission, with his lover's husband, behind enemy lines after they are both shot down. Gallant to the end Harrison never discloses that he has twigged on to who the other guy is, who tells Harrison that he has taken on the mission because he feels his wife doesn't love him any more and is trying to impress her by becoming a hero. Harrison never tells him about himself and his wife. The film is softly romatic, tear-jerking, evenly action-packed and satisfyingly funny in places. Harrison and Lesley-Anne Downe fantasticly act out the desperation of love during a world war, as only they, as brilliant actors, can. This film is a treasure to keep for the archives.
This film focuses on a character played by Harrison Ford as he pursues a love interest during world war 2. This film doesn't feature much in the way of world war 2 style action, it's interesting to see Harrison ford playing a different character from his appearance in the Star Wars films or Indiana Jones films which was made around this time when this film came out.
I kept missing this film on TV so decided to purchase it on DVD. I'm glad I did, especially for the price asked (£3.99). It had been hailed as something of a classic - something with which I would tend to agree. If you enjoy war films with a soppy love story then you will thoroughly enjoy Hanover Street.
Acting from the main stars Harrison Ford, Christopher Plummer and Lesley-Anne Down bound up in a wartime ménage a trois is excellent as you might expect. If you can tear your eyes away from the absolutely stunning Leslay-Anne Down(Oh those eyes...) you will have an enjoyable 1hr 49 minustes of fun. OK, you'll probably work out the story early on, but so what... A great film to watch on a rainy Sunday afternoon with a glass of your favourite tipple. How much fun can you have for 4 quid these days? Recommended!
FANTASTIC MOVIE !!!, I saw this Movie in the Theater when it was Released, and It's just as Wonderful seeing it again, the Directing, Script, Cinematography, and Acting are all top notch 👍...It's Obvious to me that those who chose to leave Negative reviews are abusing the privilege of leaving a "Truthful Review", and as such should be IGNORED....if you are into seeing Romance,suspense, action, and intrigue..with a Soundtrack that moves your Romantic soul..in the Grand Hollywood way...than this is your movie..Especially for a Date night 😉...I bought it on DVD, because I intend to enjoy..repeated viewings..Yes, it is a Great movie to watch...👍...update..I also enjoyed, Re-watching "Hanover Street" with the Director's, (who also wrote the screenplay for "Hanover Street") Commentary..where he explains Everything about what took place behind the scenes during the making of the film and more..which was Great to discover.. 😳😎👍🎬🎥
A much maligned movie but as a throwback to the romantic adventures of the 40s, albeit with a 70s, feel I think it works. Harrison Ford was a replacement for Kris Kristofferson and does what Harrison ford does best. The script is laced with humour, Christopher Plummer always gives value, John Barry's music was sublime and the action scenes are well done. It's a Sunday afternoon in front of the fire kind of movie.
Non è da considerare un film di guerra ma una storia sentimentale, con sullo sfondo la Londra bellica. Gli occhi e la pronuncia di lei sono notevoli. L'ho comprato per questo... PS: un bonus l'apparizione di Patsy Kensit nella parte della bambina...