There was a movie sown on TCM several years ago. I only caught part of it, but was really interesting. The plot was that Britain lost the Battle of Britain and England was occupied. the story was told through the life of a woman who was a nurse and was not able to escape to the US. She ends up getting involved with England's version Nazism called "Immediate Action" (the woman's brother-in-law comments, "what is the name of that group you belong....sounds like the name of a laxative.") She has trouble being in the "party" and gets moved around to different jobs. One, she works at a "refugee" hospital. This is really the equivalent of a concentration camp and the people who end up in her "ward" are injected with something that kills everyone, including a Polish boy. Eventually, there is an "England"-corp of the german army. She decides to "desert". She runs to the "Ireland-side of England", finding others who have resisted. She has to "prove" she is not one of "them". Finally the US makes the second front at England, and she is caught as a prisoner-of-war. She then works at a POW camp hospital. I missed the rest. If any one has the title and knows if it is online or to shown again, I would appreciate it.
Upon his death, Lord Arnold Dwellyn ( a very wealthy and creepy English Lord) marries his lover, Karen (Stella Stevens), in spite of his widow, Lady Jocelyn Dwellyn (Shani Wallis) and leaves deathtraps accompanied by audiotapes and his preserved and articulate corpse for those who cared only for his money - relatives Roddy McDowell, Elsa Lanchester and Karen's lover, Farley Granger. Bernard Fox is the "not-so-bright' local Constable Hooke attempting to piece together the victims and crimes. This is a very entertaining movie - comedy, horror, and thriller, much like Neil Simmon's "Murder By Death".