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(Discovery)   Farker's film about Allied airmen imprisoned in a German concentration camp to air Monday night on the Military Channel   (military.discovery.com) divider line 2
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2012-11-11 01:21:50 PM  
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dudemanbro: Cool!


Bontesla: Subby?

This actually looks insanely interesting.
We've given up cable television so I won't be able to catch it until it (hopefully) hits Netflix. But - this is something that genuinely interests me and the trailer looks really awesome.

Good luck!


MisterTweak: looks fascinating, i am making a note of it. Hope it does well!



I am the Subby. Thank you. We just did a deal with Netflix, so it should be there soon. It's also available on DVD via Amazon. My grandfather was one of the airmen imprisoned in Buchenwald, so this was a family story that I was finally able to produce into a doc. We found and interviewed a total of 7 airmen who were in the group, including 4 Americans, 2 Canadians, and their senior officer who was from New Zealand.

Military Channel will be showing a shortened version of the film - about an hour shorter than the original 1 hr 45 min version. But we are very stoked that they're including it in their Veterans Day weekend programming, and in such a prime timeslot.
2012-11-11 12:07:21 PM  
1 votes:
So, is it a Hogan's Heroes reboot?
 
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