Master Sgt. "Murph" Savage impersonates a fallen general in the hope of inspiring his fellow soldiers to bravely fight their way out of a Nazi ensnarement. He might succeed if he can avoid the one soldier who knows his true identity.Written by
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NBC originally scheduled this film for broadcast on November 23, 1963. However it was canceled due to coverage of the death of President John F. Kennedy, and it wasn't broadcast until January 11, 1964. See more »
After Cpl. Derby speaks gibberish of Lt. Clayton, a mortar shell is shown in a low, slow trajectory before exploding. A mortar shell would not be visible before exploding, and by the trajectory and speed, it would appear it had been thrown by hand by a crew member. See more »
What a terrible excuse for a movie. No plot or dramatic tension No reason why it had to be a general. For the few extras they bothered to use he could have been a captain. Cute looking Frenchwoman played by a Finnish actress and she fusses around screaming more than speaking.
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