I have copies of all of these on video tape (pre-recorded or off the TV) but for some reason I don't think they're availble on DVD - anyone know why or where they can be obtained? The Bofors Gun (196 - John Thaw, Nicol Williamson, David Warner. A weak national service NCO (Warner) who comes face to face with an embittered Irish Gunner (Williamson) who is determined to humiliate him. Tunes Of Glory (1960) - John Mills, Alec Guiness. Major Jock Sinclair (Guiness) is the acting CO of his regiment,expecting to be posted as the permanent CO, he is disillusioned to learn that another officer (Mills) - one who, unlike himself, did not rise from the ranks - is to take over. Angels One Five (1952) - John Gregson. 'Septic' Baird joins a front line RAF squadron at the height of the Battle of Britain. The Long Days Dying (196 - David Hemmings, Tom Bell. British Paras stuck behing enemy lines have to bring a German POW back with them Overlord (1975) - Brian Styrner, Nicholas Ball. During the war a young lad is called up and, with an increasing sense of foreboding, undertakes his army training ready for D-Day. Nine Men (1943) - Jack Lambert, Gordon Jackson. The nine men of the title are a British WWII Army patrol stuck in a desert fort during the African campaign. The men must defend the fort against the Italian and German troops until they can be relieved. Guns At Batasi (1964) - Richard Attenborough, Jack Hawkins. A British Army unit gets caught up in a military coup in an African country.