After the evacuation at Dunkirk, June 1940, some thousands of British prisoners are sent to German P.O.W. camps. One such group includes "Capt. Geoffrey Mitchell," a concentration-camp escapee who assumed the identity of a dead British officer. To avoid exposure, "Mitchell" must correspond with the dead man's estranged wife Celia. But eventual exposure seems certain, and the men must find a way to get him out. If he reaches England, though, what will his reception be? Written by
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Would you forge love letters to save your life?
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Pvt. Don Evans
[writing a letter home
How do you spell "sufficient"?
Cpl. Ted Horsfall
Same as a Sergeant-Major's blessing. Two "f"'s and one "c".
Featured in Forever Ealing
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Written by Fred Godfrey
Sung before the air raid See more