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Monday Film: The Blue Max


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starring George Peppard
James Mason , Ursula Andress with Jeremy Kemp , Karl Michael Vogler Anton Diff ring
The Blue Max - nickname of the highest award for Germany's flying aces during World War I. George Peppard as Bruno Stachel is determined to win this coveted medal - by fair means or foul.
Director JOHN GUILLERMIN. Films: page It


Unknown: George Peppard
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Ursula Andress
Unknown: Jeremy Kemp
Unknown: Karl Michael Vogler
Unknown: Anton Diff
Unknown: I. George Peppard
Unknown: Bruno Stachel
Director: John Guillermin.
Bruno Stachel: George Peppard
Count von Klugermann: James Mason
Countess Kaeti: Ursula Andress
Willi von Klugermann: Jeremy Kemp
Heidemann: Karl Michael Vogler
Elfi Heidemann: Loni von Friedl
Holbach: Anton Diffring
Rupp: Peter Woodthorpe
Kettering: Harry Towb
Ziegel: Derek Newark
Fabian: Derren Nesbitt
Baron von Richthofen: Carl Schell
Crown Prince: Roger Ostime

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Monday Film: The Blue Max

BBC One London, 1 May 1978 20.00

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