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"Squadron Leader Wingfield"
— Valentine Pelka's nickname for Peter Wingfield

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Over Here

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The Men's Room
Soldier, Soldier
Medics
Six Characters in Search of an Author
Trust Me
Sega
Uncovered
Stella Artois
The Lifeboat
Alun Lewis
Degas and Pissarro Fall Out
Martin Chuzzlewit
Crocodile Shoes
Murder in Mind
Into the Fire
A Very Open Prison
Over Here
Murder Most Horrid
Call My Bluff
Highlander: The Series
Noah's Ark
The Sentinel
Viper
Cold Squad
Strange World
Waiting for Lefty
Cold Feet
The Outer Limits
The Man Who Used to Be Me
Stargate SG-1
Highlander: Endgame
Queen of Swords
The Chris Isaak Show
First Wave
 

Over Here

Character: Uptight Wing Commander Ian Tully
Fashion statement: Hitler hairdo (a wig and not Peter' real hair — thank goodness!)
Deathless dialogue: TBA

"Oooh, I think I've sucked enough lemons for today."

Over Here is a comedy drama about British and American soldiers sharing a British army base during WWII. Though individual scenes are well-written, the juxtaposition of hilarity with somber meditations on war ultimately gives the miniseries a disjointed feel.

Peter plays a relatively small supporting role whose main function is comedy relief. Tully is a by-the-book buffoon who is awkward around women and has uncontrolable erections at inopportune moments (prompting one wise-cracking fan to ask Peter at a convention how he prepared for the role!).

(above) The fan-nicknamed "Tully face." After seeing Peter in Over Here, Valentine Pelka (Kronos from Highlander) nicknamed him Squadron Leader Wingfield because he looked like a comic book character Val remembered from his youth!

Over Here was broadcast in the U.S. as Over There.

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