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Wednesday Matinee: The Only Way

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starring
Martin Potter
Jane Seymour
After many years of peaceful German occupation, Denmark comes under the brutal heel of the Nazi SS. Their orders - to round up the 8,000 Jews who live there. But in direct resistance the Danes begin a secret operation to smuggle their people to neutral Sweden, risking their lives and their homes ...
Screenplay by JOHN GOULD
Produced by BARRY LEVINSON Directed by BENT CHRISTENSEN
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Contributors

Unknown: Martin Potter
Unknown: Jane Seymour
Unknown: John Gould
Produced By: Barry Levinson
Directed By: Bent Christensen
Morton Jensen: Martin Potter
Lillian Stein: Jane Seymour
Mr Stein: Ebbe Rode
Mrs Stein: Helle Virkner Kragh
Petersen: Ove Sproge
Lars: Benny Hansen
Reismann: Kjeld Norgaard
Lassen: Kjeld Jakobsen
Sanders: Bendt Rothe
Mogens: Erik Kuhnau
Dr Kaiser: Bjorn Watt-Boolsen

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Wednesday Matinee: The Only Way

BBC One London, 11 November 1987 14.15






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