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Escape to Victory

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Starring and Captain
John Colby , soccer star and prisoner of war, agrees to field a team of prisoners against the German national team. The Germans intend this as a propaganda exercise but Colby's team have other ideas. The Players:
Produced by FREDDIE FIELDS Directed by JOHN HUSTON
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Contributors

Unknown: John Colby
Produced By: Freddie Fields
Directed By: John Huston
Colby: Michael Caine
Hatch: Sylvester Stallone
Von Steiner: Max von Sydow
Waldron: Daniel Massey
Rose: Tim Pigott-Smith
Shurlock: Julian Curry
the Forger: Clive Merrison
Pyrie: Maurice Roeves
Fernandez: Pele
Terry: Bobby Moore
Arthur: John Wark
Pieter: Co Prins
Sid: Mike Summerbee
Dieter: Laurie Sivell
Schmidt: Robin Turner
Rey: Osvaldo Ardiles
Janos: Kazimierz Deyna
Michel: Paul van Himst
Erik: Soren Lindsted
Doug: Russell Osman
Tony: Kevin O'Callaghan






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