Manhunt (Close)

It's 1942 and RAF fighter pilot Jimmy Porter (Alfred Lynch) has been shot down over France. He soon finds himself on the run from the Nazis (played icily by Philip Madoc and Robert Hardy) in the company of a British agent Vincent (Peter Barkworth) and resistance fighter Nina (Cyd Hayman) who knows vital information about the movement in France. It is an elaborate production, but to modern eyes the use of OB video as a shooting format makes it look cheap, even though it would have been ground-breaking in its time. The title sequence makes great use of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and it is all very stirring stuff.