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Saturday Night at the Movies: Mosquito Squadron

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starring
David McCallum Suzanne Neve David Buck
1944: when Quint Munroe leads a reconnaissance flight over Occupied France, he confirms British Army Intelligence information that development work on V3 rockets is being undertaken at the Chateau de Charlon in underground rocket installations. Even though it becomes known that hundreds of RAF PoWs- including Quint's best friend David Scott -have been moved into the chateau, Munroe's Mosquito Squadron receives explicit orders: the installations must be destroyed.
Directed by BORIS SAGAL. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown: David McCallum
Unknown: Suzanne Neve
Unknown: David Buck
Unknown: Quint Munroe
Unknown: David Scott
Directed By: Boris Sagal.
Quint Munroe: David McCallum
Beth Scott: Suzanne Neve
Sqn-Ldr David Scott: David Buck
Flt-Lt Douglas Shelton: David Dundas
Wing Commander Penrose: Dinsdale Landen
Air Commodore Hufford: Charles Gray
Fr Bellague: Michael Anthony
Lt Schack: Vladek Sheybal
Resistance leader: Gordon Sterne
Major Kemble: Robert Urquhart
Pilot Officers BRIAN GRELLIS: George Layton
Flight Sergeants: John Landry
Flight Sergeants: Derek Steen

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Saturday Night at the Movies: Mosquito Squadron

BBC One London, 1 July 1978 18.45






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