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Escape from Sobibor (TV Movie 1987) Poster

(1987 TV Movie)

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Of the approximately 300 prisoners who escaped to the woods from Sobibor, only around 50 survived until the end of the war.
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Shortly after the revolt, Sobibor was closed down and any trace of its existence was removed. Pine trees were later planted on the site.
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In 1983, shortly after his release from prison for war crimes, Sobibors 3rd in command, Karl Frenzel, was interviewed by Thomas 'Toivi' Blatt, a Jewish prisoner who survived following the prison revolt and escape.
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When it premiered on CBS in 1987, about 31.6 million Americans saw the film.
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The film premiered on American television, on CBS, on April 12th, 1987. It was shown on West German TV in January 1989.
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