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A Perfect Hero

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Genre  Drama
Composer(s)  Richard Holmes
First episode date  17 May 1991
Network  ITV
Director  James Cellan Jones
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Directed by  James Cellan Jones
Country of origin  United Kingdom
Final episode date  21 June 1991
Number of episodes  6
Cast  Joanna Lumley
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Written by  Christopher Matthew Allan Prior
Starring  Nigel Havers James Fox Fiona Gillies Barbara Leigh-Hunt Nicholas Pritchard Amanda Elwes Patrick Ryecart Bernard Hepton Joanna Lumley
Similar  Reckless, Heat of the Sun, Piece of Cake, Wish Me Luck, Enemy at the Door

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A Perfect Hero is a 1991 TV drama serial set in World War II England. It was produced by Havahall Pictures in association with LWT for ITV and first broadcast at 9:00pm on Friday 17 May 1991 and ran for six episodes. It aired in the US under the auspices of Masterpiece Theatre during Season 21 that ran from 1991–1992.

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Plot summary

The miniseries is about a young RAF Fighter Pilot Flying Officer Hugh Fleming DFC, played by Nigel Havers, who is shot down during the Battle of Britain and is severely burned around the face and hands. While recovering and experiencing life as a scarred casualty of war, his colleagues and friends who had joined the RAF with him die one by one.

This series shows how burn victims are treated and how they have to recuperate. It is hard for Fleming because he was an extremely handsome young man who had no problem dating women. With his face deformed by the burns and the plastic surgery, his life becomes a rather more traumatic one.

Some aspects of the story are reminiscent of the life of Richard Hillary, as recounted in his 1943 book, "The Last Enemy."

Music

Episode end credits play the song The Bells of Hell Go Ting-a-ling-a-ling, which somewhat lightens the mood.

References

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