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.