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For Those I Loved


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Three-part drama based on Martin Gray
's true story of survival in Nazi Germany starring Michael York
Wealthy businessman Martin Gray returns to the south of France looking forward to a summer with his young family. But tragedy awaits, a tragedy that brings back agonising memories of his life in the Warsaw ghetto, and the unbearable pain of Treblinka extermination camp.
Director Robert Enrico
• PICTURE STORY: page 50


Unknown: Martin Gray
Unknown: Michael York
Unknown: Martin Gray
Director: Robert Enrico
Martin Gray (age 40)/Martin 's father: Michael York
Martin Gray (age 20): Jacques Penot
Dina Gray: Brigitte Fossey
Martin's mother: MacHa Meril
Martin's grandmother: Helen Hughes
Dr Celjmaster: Jean Bouise
Suzanne Gray: Florence Humbert
Charles Gray: Laurent Lopez
Nicole Gray: Carole Penot
David: Jean-Luc Moisson
Mokotow: Wolfgang Muller
Pola: Laura Belsey
German officer: Lajos Dobak
Gutek: Sandor Fortizs
Szmerling: Claus Fuchs
Singer: Aurelia Gogl

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