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Crossing to Freedom (1989)

A very proper Englishman becomes saddled with youngsters that he has to help escape Nazi Germany in this adaptation of the novel by Nevil Shute.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... John Sidney Howard
... Nicole Rougeron
... Mrs. Cavanaugh
... Maj. Diessen
Juliette Mole ... Mademoiselle Tenois
Alastair Haley ... Ronnie Cavanaugh
Claire Drummond ... Sheila Cavanaugh
Dorothee Boeuf ... Little Rose
David Newton Schmitt ... Pierre
Frederik Heringa ... Willem
Phillippe Vadillo ... Marjan
Henriette Baker ... Anna
... RAF corporal
... RAF driver
Claude Le Saché ... Railway official
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A very proper Englishman becomes saddled with youngsters that he has to help escape Nazi Germany in this adaptation of the novel by Nevil Shute. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Producer Harry Alan Towers had tried to set up a version of the Neville Shute novel " The Pied Piper" in 1972. See more »

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Version of The Pied Piper (1942) See more »

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good movie
11 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

A man brings children into safety; Along the way the group of children grows. At the end he brings a lot of children into safety. Some children are suffering severe from the war. One boy is accused of being a spy, but he talks Dutch. Even a German officer asks to bring his child in safety. And a Jewish boy was added to the group They cross France from the inland to the coast in Western France. They encounter difficulties and are most of the time in a hurry.

What started with 2 children ended with several children They must be careful almost the complete time. They must not speak English; otherwise they may be noticed as British.


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