Kruger Schtelman an ex-SS officer serving time in a communist prison is kidnapped by the IMF and made to believe he is on board a submarine. The team must get Schtelman to reveal the location of funds stolen by the Nazis before the military police close in on the IMF operation. Written by
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The fake submarine is said to be the U-613. In reality, the U-613 was lost with all hands in 1943. See more
In the final scenes, Phelphs and Paris escaping through "emergency airlock" should at least have wet hair when facing col. Sardner just a moment later. That might have brought an unwanted attention from such perceptive man as Sardner. While theoretically possible to dry body and get into uniform in about a minute, rather impossible to dry and comb such hair like Phelps's or Paris's in a such a short time. See more
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Good morning, Mr. Phelps. You are looking at Kruger Schtelman, who is due to be released in three days from a prison in the East European Republic after serving a 25-year sentence for war crimes. Schtelman is the only man alive who knows the whereabouts of the funds stolen by the SS from the countries occupied by the Nazis in World War II. This enormous sum is intended to finance a neo-Nazi coup in Europe, which is set to trigger as soon as they get the money. Your ...