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Great Escape: The Untold Story (2001)

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Emil Schulz
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Frank McKenna
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Roger Bushell
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Alfred Schimmel
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A nagy menekülés: Az ismeretlen történet  »

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This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD for The Great Escape (1963), released in 2004. See more »

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Far more interesting than any film
5 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

The Great Escape was excellent film for it's time but the actual events of that escape are far more interesting than any film as this documentary shows. The real story tells a much darker, reality-based tale of escape and survival, documenting the atrocities committed during that time.

While the Great Escape was brave, daring and heroic for those involved, it just may not have been worth it as this documentary sheds light on the facts and doesn't glorify the events as the much-celebrated film does. If there was ever a Great Escape remake, this is the story to tell. The true story.


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