12 O'Clock High (1964–1967)
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P.O.W.: Part Two 

Still a POW, General Savage plots with some of the men to kidnap the Nazi camp commander, to try a daring escape.

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Group Capt. Maurice Brail
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Capt. Staufman (as John van Dreelen)
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Moxey
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Doc
James Forrest ...
Flight Lt. Forrester
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Lieutenant Regis
Jim Shane ...
Baby
Stephen Brooks ...
Lieutenant Smith
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Dr. Karl Erlich (as Oscar Beregi)
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Guard
Rico Cattani ...
Guard (as Henry Rico-Cattani)
Norbert Siegfried ...
Merchant Seaman
Kurt Landen ...
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Thanks to a carefully planned diversion, Savage and several others are able to effect a successful escape from the prison camp, even using Col. Richter as a hostage to make good their getaway. However, their effort to flee Germany takes an ominous turn when Richter is wounded in a shootout with pursuing soldiers. If the escapees leave him behind alive, he will give away their plans, but now he appears to be too badly hurt to travel and Savage's chivalry precludes the most obvious alternative. With a definite strategy in mind, and help from the local underground, Savage must find a way to implement his plan without allowing Richter to become a liability. Written by alexk-6

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Drama | War

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30 April 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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General Frank Savage: Tell you something, Doc: nobody ever wins a war; some just lose more than others.
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