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Everett Alvarez

Everett Alvarez was born on December 23, 1937 in Sacramento, California, USA. He has been married to Thomasine Ilyas since October 27, 1973. They have two children. He was previously married to Hortencia. See full bio »

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Known For

Return with Honor
(1998)
Piloten im Pyjama
(1968)
American Experience
(2000)

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 1987 The Hanoi Hilton (grateful thanks - as Hon. Everett Alvarez Jr.)
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 2000 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
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- Return with Honor (2000) ... Himself
 1998 Return with Honor (Documentary)
 1983 Vietnam: A Television History (TV Series documentary)
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- America's Enemy: 1954-1967 (1983) ... Himself
 1968 Piloten im Pyjama (TV Mini-Series documentary)
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- Die Donnergötter (1968) ... Himself
- Der Job (1968) ... Himself
- Hilton-Hanoi (1968) ... Himself
- Yes, Sir (1968) ... Himself
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Hon. Everett Alvarez Jr.
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Navy pilot Lt.Jg. Everett Alvarez was shot down and taken as a Prisoner of War on August 5, 1964, on the first raid into North Vietnam. Alvarez was the longest held aviator shot down in North Vietnam, and spent the next 3,113 days in captivity before being released during Operation Homecoming on February 12, 1973. He retired from the Navy as a Commander on June 30, 1980.

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