A Danish family tries to help their Jewish neighbours escape from the Nazis.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Karl Koster
Doris Koster
Henrik Koster
Georg Duckwitz
Benedick Blythe ...
Gen. Werner Best
Barry McGovern ...
Rabbi Ben Abrams (as Barry M. McGovern)
Hannah Abrams
Else Koster
Alan Devine ...
Mario Rosenstock ...
Major Langer
Halina Froudist ...
Ruth Abrams
Michael Grunbaum
Sharon Hogan ...
Ingrid Jensen
Conor Evans ...
Ole Hansen


A Danish family tries to help their Jewish neighbours escape from the Nazis.

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17 May 1998 (USA)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Quite Intriguing. Nicola Mycroft is a rising star.
22 January 1999 | by (Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

With all the the extravagant World War II films out, Miracle at Midnight offers a less intense war film, but don't get me wrong this quite an emotional film that touched me in many ways. I particularly enjoyed the work of Nicola Mycroft who is a gem of an actress. She is a rising young star, and I predict ten years down the road she will be one of the screen's great sex symbols. Mycroft steals every scene she is in. Her brother, Jon, is also a spectacular actor, and it is unfortunate that he has had to do low-budget porn instead of larger projects. I would like to see the two of them together in a project. Marrow and Waterson are tremendous actors, and they don't disappoint in this film. This is a movie that will slowly win many fans as it makes away around. Remember: Watch out for the Mycroft duo.

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