Colditz

Season 2 Episode 11

Chameleon

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Mar 18, 1974 on BBC
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Chameleon
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Even though the war is reaching a close with the sound of gunfire and bombing being heard, there are tensions in Colditz. The British prisoners become suspicious of Major Mohn's new attitude towards them and his trips to the town reveal problems that will cause him to make a big decision.moreless

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Christopher Neame

Christopher Neame

Lt. Dick Player

David McCallum

David McCallum

Flt. Lt. Simon Carter

Jack Hedley

Jack Hedley

Lt. Colonel John Preston

Anthony Valentine

Anthony Valentine

Major Horst Mohn - series 2

Hans Meyer

Hans Meyer

Hauptmann Ulmann

Bernard Hepton

Bernard Hepton

Kommandant

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    • CHAMELEON by Robert Muller

      CAST

      Flight Lieutenant Simon Carter – David McCallum
      Lt Col Max Dodd – Dan O'Herlihy
      Lieutenant Colonel Preston – Jack Hedley
      Kommandant – Bernard Hepton
      Major Horst Mohn – Anthony Valentine
      Captain George Brent – Paul Chapman
      Captain Tim Downing – Richard Heffer
      Hautmann Ulmann – Hans Meyer
      Sgt. Winter – Edward Brooks
      Capt. Richard Walters – Nicholas McArdle
      Anna – Heather Canning
      Hans – Jurgen Andersen
      Drunk – Kevin Brennan
      German Orderly – Keith Ashley
      British Radio Announcer –John Snagge
      German Radio Announcer – Gertan Klauber
      German Guard – Karl Howard

      A BBC TV Production in association with Universal Television

      Series Devised by Brian Degas and Gerald Glaister
      Studio Lighting – John Green
      Studio Sound – John Delany
      Film Cameraman – A.A.Englander
      Film Recordist – Basil Harris
      Film Editor – Peter Evans
      Makeup – Judith Clay
      Costume – Al Barnett
      Music – Robert Farnon
      Technical Adviser – Major Pat Reid MBE, MC
      Script Editor – Brian Degas
      Designer – Robert Berk
      Producer – Gerald Glaister
      Director – Philip Dudley

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