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In a Nazi concentration camp, an escapee awaiting execution is spared when the commandant, a former prize-fighter, discovers the prisoner has amateur boxing ability. Ordered to train, he... See more »

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Jan Komínek
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Kraft
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Helga
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Venzlak
Edwin Marian ...
Willi
Gerhard Rachold ...
Holder
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Dr. Gluk
Edmund Ogrodzinski ...
Stasek
Jan Bobek ...
Emil (as Janusz Bobek)
Ján Kovácik
Zdenek Kraus ...
Ondro
Ludovit Ozabal ...
Marian
Magda Gödöle ...
Halina
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Jan Gec ...
German soldier
Leopold Haverl
Dusan Lenci ...
Prisoner
Teodor Piovarci
Jozef Sikuta ...
Halina's Father
Hana Slivková
Stefan Winkler ...
A German officer / A visitor to the boxing match
Dano Zivojinovic

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Peter Solan

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Józef Hen ... (story)
 
Józef Hen ... (screenplay) and
Tibor Vichta ... (screenplay) and
Peter Solan ... (screenplay)

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Wiliam Bukový

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Tibor Biath

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Bedrich Voderka

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Anton Krajcovic

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Viliam Canky ... production manager

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Eugen Kiss ... sound (as Ján Kiss) / sound

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Fridrich Urban ... assistant camera

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Also Known As
  • The Boxer (United States)
  • The Boxer and Death (World-wide, English title)
  • A bokszoló és a halál (Hungary)
  • Bokseren og døden (Denmark)
  • O Boxeador e a Morte (Brazil)
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Trivia Loosely based on the life of boxer Tadeusz Pietrzykowski, who survived the concentration camps in Auschwitz and Neuengamme by performing in fights for the amusement of the SS guards. See more »

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