Given that it was previously used as the starting place for a tunnel, Mohn is unhappy about the boarded up theatre being used again. Ullmann, however, senses that the predictable British ... See full summary »

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Paul Chapman ...
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Brian Hawksley ...
Col. André Leclerq
Lawrence Davidson ...
Capt. Coty
Sebastian Graham Jones ...
Capt. Walsh (as Sebastian Graham-Jones)
Timothy Morand ...
Capt. Marquand
Anthony Herrick ...
Lt. Zoref
Anthony Smee ...
Captain Able
Adam Kurakin ...
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Given that it was previously used as the starting place for a tunnel, Mohn is unhappy about the boarded up theatre being used again. Ullmann, however, senses that the predictable British will once more use it in an escape attempt and brings in maximum security provisions. In the event the larger obstacle turns out to be the French, who are also keen to use it as their plan of escape. Written by don @ minifie-1

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4 February 1974 (UK)  »

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Land of Hope and Glory
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Composed by Edward Elgar
Lyrics by A.C. Benson
Performed by the Biff Byfield Quartet and the cast
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