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The Odessa File (1974) Poster

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Eduard Roschmann was a real-life wanted war criminal living in South America. He became even more wanted after the book and movie, and he turned up dead, rumoured to have been killed by Odessa to stop the search for him that the media had begun.
Andrew Lloyd Webber composed the music to the movie.
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Film debut of Mary Tamm.
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The term ODESSA stands for "Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen", which translates to: Organization of former SS members.
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The character played by Hannes Messemer is not referred to by name in the dialogue but is intended to be SS-Gruppenführer Richard Glücks, former SS Inspector of Concentration Camps who disappeared after World War II and is rumored to have been one of the founding members of the ODESSA.
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Average Shot Length = ~8.7 Seconds. Median Shot Length = ~8 seconds.
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Most of the German actors were re-voiced by well known British actors IE John Bennett and Cathrine Schell among others.
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The book Soon to be A Major Motion Picture says Helmut Griem was cast as the male lead at one stage.
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