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The Saturday Action Movie: Attack Force Z


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Mel Gibson
SamNeill John Phillip Law
Made up of volunteers from all branches of the Allied forces
'Attack Force Z' was a secret operations unit in World War n. It carried out 284 missions in the Pacific - this is an account of one such mission.
With orders to find a crashed plane and a defecting
Japanese diplomat, Captain Kelly and his men find themselves outnumbered by a ruthless enemy - with time running out....
Screenplay by ROGER MARSHALL Produced by LEE ROBINSON Directed by TIM BURSTALL
(First showing on British television)
• FILMS: page 17


Unknown: Mel Gibson
Unknown: Samneill John Phillip
Unknown: Roger Marshall
Produced By: Lee Robinson
Directed By: Tim Burstall
Lt J A Veitch: John Phillip Law
Capt P G Kelly: Mel Gibson
Sgt D J Costello: Sam Neill
Able Seaman A D Bird: Chris Haywood
Sub-Lt E P King: John Waters

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The Saturday Action Movie: Attack Force Z

BBC One London, 26 January 1985 21.10

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