Colditz

Season 2 Episode 10

Very Important Person

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Mar 11, 1974 on BBC
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For the first time gunfire can be heard near Colditz. Lieutenant Colonel Dodd is dozed up with the flu and Phil Carrington acts as senior American Officer and he – with Colonel Preston has to handle a crisis when the Germans plan on moving the promenenti prisoners from Colditz – and there is bad news for the kommandant as the SS take an interest in Colditz.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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    • VERY IMPORTANT PERSON by Ivan Moffat

      CAST

      Flight Lieutenant Simon Carter – David McCallum
      Major Phil Carrington – Robert Wagner
      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
      Lt. Jim Phipps – Garrick Hagon
      Capt. Harry Nugent – Al Mancini
      Sq. Ldr Tony Shaw – Jeremy Kemp
      Capt. Christopher Mawson – Malcolm Stoddard
      Capt. Richard Walters – Nicholas McArdle
      Padre – Donald McDonald
      Capt. James Porteous – Jim Norton
      Obergruppenfuhrer Berger – David King
      Haupsturmfuhrer Schankel – John Pennington
      S.S. Officer – Jon Croft
      German N.C.O. – Edward Brooks

      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 – Austin Ruddy
      Producer – Gerald Glaister
      Director – Peter Cregeen

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