QB VII (1974– )
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A respected Polish doctor, knighted for his humanitarian but accused of war atrocities and collaborating with the Nazis, sues an American writer for libel.

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Abe Cady
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Angela Kelno
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Samantha Cady
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David Shawcross
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Robert Highsmith
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Tom Banniester
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Dr. Stanislaus Lotaki
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Clinton-Meek
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Natalie
Kristoffer Tabori ...
Ben Cady (as Kris Tabori)
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Morris Cady
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Sheik Hassan (as Gregoire Aslan)
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Sue Scanlon
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In 1945 Dr. Adam Kelno, a Polish anti-Communist, escapes from a Nazi death camp near the War's end. He becomes a naturalized British citizen and devotes himself to a pro bono medical clinic. His French nurse Angela falls in love with this dedicated physician and they marry. A Polish Communist agent accuses Kelno of participating in war crimes while in the concentration camp and petition the court to grant him extradition back to Poland to stand trial. However, when the key witness cannot identify Kelno as the man who castrated him, the charges are summarily dropped. The doctor becomes paranoid that the Communists will continue to persecute him, so he leaves the U.K. to take a job running a clinic for impoverished Third World Arabs in Kuwait. There, his dedication to his patients earns him a knighthood in 1959. Convinced that no one would come after him because of his hard-earned title, he returns to Britain to start private practice. The same year Kelno escaped, American writer Abe ... Written by duke1029@aol.com

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29 April 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Lod Airport is now known as Ben-Gurion Airport. See more »

Goofs

The film's copyright date is given as MXMLXXIV. It should be MCMLXXIV for 1974. See more »

Quotes

Sheik Hassan: You know, you puzzle me. Uh, what do you really want from us?
Adam Kelno: What, there's enough suffering in the world which cannot be avoided, and the doctor wants to treat that which can be.
Sheik Hassan: Hmmm...
Adam Kelno: My wife... she's a nurse. Please would you let me bring her here to stand by me as I treat your women.
Sheik Hassan: Uh, I do not see how this can profit you.
Adam Kelno: It is my profession.
Sheik Hassan: My profession is to be a trader, and I-I do not give things away. Now, if you will excuse me, Doctor, I sense that somewhere you must have fallen...
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Soundtracks

Funeral March
(uncredited) (aka Piano Sonata No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 35
Composed by Frédéric Chopin (as Fredric Chopin) (1839)
[Heard as background as Gazzara and Remick visit Holocaust memorial]
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