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Friday Night Movie: Berlin Tunnel 21


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Richard Thomas Horst Buchholz
Jose Ferrer
Ute Christensen
Constructed almost overnight in 1961, the Berlin Wall divided not only a city but families, lovers and friends. Based on real events, this gripping and moving drama tells the story of five men who risk all to rescue loved ones from
Communist-controlled East Berlin. The daring plan is masterminded by ex-US
Army officer Sandy Mueller whose fiancee is stranded in the Eastern sector.
Screenplay byJOHN GAY Based on the novel by DONALD UNDQUlST
0 FILMS: page 19


Unknown: Richard Thomas
Unknown: Horst Buchholz
Unknown: Jose Ferrer
Unknown: Ute Christensen
Unknown: Sandy Mueller
Unknown: John Gay
Novel By: Donald Undqulst
Produced By: Steve Nicolaides
Directed By: Richard Michaels
Sandy Mueller: Richard Thomas
Emerich Weber: Horst Buchholz
Use Morrell: Ute Christensen
Joachim Lentz: Jacques Breuer
Georg Heptner: Nicolas Farrel
Bruno Balderbach: Kenneth Griffith
Herr Komansky: Jose Ferrer

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Friday Night Movie: Berlin Tunnel 21

BBC One London, 15 February 1985 21.25

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