Colditz: Season 2, Episode 10

Very Important Person (11 Mar. 1974)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | History | War
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The war is almost over with Hitler holed up in the bunker in Berlin. SS officer Berger comes to Colditz,looking for high profile prisoners or Prominente,who can be used as hostages to be ... See full summary »

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Paul Chapman ...
Richard Heffer ...
Hans Meyer ...
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Al Mancini ...
Capt. Harry Nugent
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Malcolm Stoddard ...
Capt. Christopher Mawson
Nicholas McArdle ...
Capt. Richard Walters
Donald McDonald ...
Lt. Jordan (Padre) (as Donald MacDonald)
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The war is almost over with Hitler holed up in the bunker in Berlin. SS officer Berger comes to Colditz,looking for high profile prisoners or Prominente,who can be used as hostages to be taken as reprisals. One of these is the son of the American ambassador,who would clearly be a prize,so Colonel Dodd,laid up with flu,asks the British to help him escape. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The date is given as Spring 1945. See more »

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Carrington to Dodd: "According to the radio, we've crossed the Rhine at the [sic] Remagen. That would mean that the American First Army is less than a hundred kilometers away." The straight-line distance from Remagen to Colditz is around 400 kilometers. See more »

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