When I was doing my series of “Inglourious Basterds“-inspired clips from movies set during World War II last weekend, I left out a favorite moment from one of the best films of the 1980s. From John Boorman’s child’s-eye-view of life during Hitler’s blitz on London, “Hope and Glory, ” we have a sequence you might call “Inglourious Little Basterds.” (Maybe not super safe for work because of imaginative use of children cursing, not to mention smoking, threatening each other with bullets, and breaking things up.)

I’ll be back tomorrow with a slightly delayed box office preview.