Sgt. Saunders is taken prisoner by a German patrol, and is being transported with three other men (two Canadians and a French civilian) when they are freed by a group of Resistance fighters... See full summary »

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Lt. Gil Hanley (credit only)
Steven Rogers ...
Pierre Jalbert ...
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Annette
Alf Kjellin ...
Maj. Kurt Hoffman
Edward Colmans ...
Andre Mallot
James Forrest ...
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Sgt. Saunders is taken prisoner by a German patrol, and is being transported with three other men (two Canadians and a French civilian) when they are freed by a group of Resistance fighters. The civilian turns out to be a Resistance operative as well, and with the unwitting help of a woman named Annette, who provides ration coupons, he is able to buy gasoline to transport the three Allied soldiers to Paris. Annette initially resists providing further help when they reach Paris, but reluctantly agrees to take in Saunders for a few nights -- but it seems Annette has some secrets of her own. Written by aldanoli

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Action | Drama | War

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15 January 1963 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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This is the 1st appearance of the trademark Saunders' camouflage helmet, but it is used only in the teaser (filmed several weeks after the main Ep). See more »

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While Annette is watching the action on the sidewalk outside the hotel, she is viewing the activity by looking in the truck's passenger side rear-view mirror. The scene is an obvious matte shot. The POV switches back and forth from direct view to the same scene framed by the mirror, and the mirror does not show a mirror image. All of the vehicles face the same direction in the mirror as they do in direct view, and the signs on the building are perfectly legible in the mirror instead of being backwards. Instead of shooting into a mirror, the direct view scene was simply matted onto the mirror frame. See more »

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