containing multitudes since 2004
Ah yes, Charters and Caldicott - unflappable Englishmen who, caught in the middle of international intrigue, want nothing more than to know the cricket scores (The Lady Vanishes, 1938)...Excellent.
And yet rose to the moment when duty called and the cause became clear. Dare I suggest that they're a Hitchcock metaphor for all Englishmen (and Scots and Welsh as well)?
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