Albert R.N. (October 1, 1953)
Released on October 1, 1953: World War II Naval Prisoners of War in a prison camp escape with the help of a dummy soldier created by a famous British artist.
Produced by Daniel M. Angel
Directed by Lewis Gilbert
Written by Edward Sammis, Guy Morgan and Vernon Harris
The Actors: Anthony Steel (Lieutenant Geoffrey Ainsworth), Jack Warner (Captain Maddox), Robert Beatty (Lieutenant Jim Reed), William Sylvester (Lieutenant 'Texas' Norton), Michael Balfour (Lieutenant Henry Adams), Guy Middleton (Captain Barton), Paul Carpenter (Lieutenant Fred Erickson), Moultrie Kelsall (Commander Henry Dawson), Eddie Byrne (Commander Joe Brennan), Geoffrey Hibbert (Lieutenant Craig), Peter Jones (Lieutenant Browne), Frederick Valk (Camp Kommandant), Anton Diffring (Captain Schultz), Frederick Schiller (Hermann), Walter Gotell (Feldwebel), Peter Swanwick (German Corporal)
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In England famous artist John Godfrey Bernard Worsley painted Naval battle scenes and portraits of the high ranking officers serving Britain during World War II. He was captured and held prisoner at Marlag O, a prison camp filled with Navy prisoners in the north west of Germany. With his artistic skills he was able to forge documents to help prisoners escape, and he created 'Albert' – an ingenious fake person who helped to fool the German guards during a couple of escapes. The artist who created the dummy was hesitant for some reason to make his own escape until the ruthless Captain Schultz was promoted to camp commandant, and his life was in danger. He manages to escape the camp with the help of Albert, but once outside he has another agenda before he flees for freedom . . . . He has one thing to do before walking away from Marlag O, and not even the ruthless Schultz will prevent him from accomplishing this task . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
The head of Albert, R.N.
Albert and Anthony Steel
Anthony Steel and Robert Beatty
Anton Diffring and Anthony Steel
Anton Diffring and Frederick Valk
Anton Diffring and William Sylvester
Eddie Byrne and Jack Warner
Jack Warner and Anthony Steel
Jack Warner and Frederick Valk
Jack Warner, Michael Balfour and Guy Middleton
Jack Warner and Moultrie Kelsall
Jack Warner and Paul Carpenter
Michael Balfour and Anthony Steel
Michael Balfour and William Sylvester
Moultrie Kelsall and Eddie Byrne
Robert Beatty and Anthony Steel
William Sylvester and Anton Diffring
William Sylvester and Robert Beatty