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633 Squadron

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A special presentation of the feature film starring
Cliff Robertson , George Chakiris with Harry Andrews
Maria Perschy , Donald Houston
When the Norwegian Resistance leader Erik Bergman reports the Germans have built a V2 fuel factory on a fjord near Bergen, a crack RAF squadron is given the task of destroying the seemingly bomb-proof factory.
Screenplay by JAMES CLAVELL and HOWARD KOCH from the novel by FREDERICK E. SMITH Music composed by RON GOODWIN Produced by CECIL F. FORD
Directed by WALTER E. GRAUMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Robertson
Unknown: George Chakiris
Unknown: Harry Andrews
Unknown: Maria Perschy
Unknown: Donald Houston
Leader: Erik Bergman
Unknown: James Clavell
Unknown: Howard Koch
Novel By: Frederick E. Smith
Composed By: Ron Goodwin
Produced By: Cecil F. Ford
Directed By: Walter E. Grauman
Wing Commander Roy Grant: Cliff Robertson
Lieut Erik Bergman: George Chakiris
Hilde Bergman: Maria Perschy
Air Vice-Marshal Davis: Harry Andrews
Group Captain Tom Barrett: Donald Houston
Squadron Leader Bill Adams: Michael Goodliffe
Flt-Lieut Hoppy Hoppy: Angus Lennie

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