Kraft Suspense Theatre: Season 2, Episode 25

The Easter Breach (13 May 1965)

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A man plots to get his pregnant wife out of East Berlin by romancing her American lookalike.

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Werner Schiff
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Liese Schiff / Victoria Meinicke
Ilka Windish ...
Jutta Hauptman
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Rudi
Kaaren Verne ...
Inge (as Karen Verne)
Henry Hermann-Cattani ...
Mucke (as Henry Cattani)
Pieter Bergema ...
The Announcer
Walter Linden ...
The Engineer
Frank Oberschall ...
Schpeiset
John Bleifer ...
The Old Man
Elsie Baker ...
The Old Woman
Albert Szabo ...
The Waiter
Steve Lander ...
The Vopo
Eric Forst ...
The Doctor
Maria Schroeder ...
The Nurse
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A man plots to get his pregnant wife out of East Berlin by romancing her American lookalike.

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Welcome to East Berlin
11 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Berlin Wall is up, and a man and his wife trapped on the Russian side attempt to escape to West Berlin, the American side. He makes it, she doesn't, and he plots to get her out. He meets a woman who could be his wife's twin, and woos her. He convinces her to accompany him into East Berlin at Easter time, when the wall is open for the day. While there, he swipes her identity papers, sneaks away and gives them to his pregnant wife. Things don't exactly go as planned from this point. OK episode, showing what desperation can do to a normally moral human being. Mildly suspenseful once the game is afoot. The ending is truly unexpected.


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