It's 1944 and the Allies are preparing for D-day. Pug Henry is now a Rear Admiral and he again meets Pamela Tudsbury at her fiancé's residence, but their meeting is brief as he must return ... See full summary »

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Byron Henry (credit only)
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Rhoda Henry (credit only)
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Avram Rabinovitz (credit only)
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Berel Jastrow (credit only)
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It's 1944 and the Allies are preparing for D-day. Pug Henry is now a Rear Admiral and he again meets Pamela Tudsbury at her fiancé's residence, but their meeting is brief as he must return to the Pacific fleet. They do decide they have a future together however. Some members of Hitler's High Command plot to assassinate him, but their first attempt is unsuccessful. Leslie Slote has joined the Army and parachutes behind enemy lines for the D-Day invasions. His job is to organize resistance fighters. After getting a last minute reprieve, Nathalie decides to accept Berel Jastrow's offer of taking little Louis out of the camp. Before they can get him out, they find themselves in the SS interrogation center where the camp commander finds a way to make Nathalie more compliant. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | War

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8 May 1989 (USA)  »

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The medal ribbons on General Eisenhower's jacket visibly change from one scene to another. See more »

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I've Got Sixpence (As I Go Rolling Home)
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Written by Elton Box and Desmond Cox
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