Stalag 17 (1953)

STALAG 17 (1953) herald.

THE ADDRESS OF A PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMP...

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THEY MADE THE MISTAKE OF PUTTING 630 U.S. ARMY SERGEANTS TOGETHER... *

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THE DOWN-TO-EARTH TRIBUTE TO THE INDOMITABLE SPIRIT OF MEN LIVING UNDER BRUTAL CONDITIONS IN...

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*Right across the way from the Russian women's compound!

THE STAGE TRIUMPH THAT ROCKED THE NATION FOR THREE SOLID YEARS

WILLIAM HOLDEN     DON TAYLOR     OTTO PREMINGER

Produced and Directed by BILLY WILDER     Written for the screen by BILLY WILDER and EDWIN BLUM     Based on the play by DONALD BEVAN and EDMUND TRZCINSKI     A Paramount Picture


STALAG 17 (1953) herald.

NOW YOU PUT 630 U.S. ARMY SERGEANTS TOGETHER...!*

Stalag 17many unforgettable motion pictures have immortalized our fighting menof the Army, the Navy and the Marines... but none has told a greater story than this boisterous, roisterous, swaggering saga of the indomitable P.W.'s who couldn'g get out, but who wouldn't stay put... who kept their captors confused with their capers, the camp in an uproar with their plots... and fought a war of nerves with only their nerve and G. I. spirit!

* Right across the way from the Russian women's compound!

Starring
WILLIAM HOLDEN     DON TAYLOR     OTTO PREMINGER

Produced and Directed by BILLY WILDER     Written for the screen by BILLY WILDER and EDWIN BLUM     Based on the play by DONALD BEVAN and EDMUND TRZCINSKI     A Paramount Picture

From the stage play that took command of Broadway... for three solid years!


STALAG 17 (1953) herald.

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with William Holden, Don Taylor and Otto Preminger. Directed by Billy Wilder. Paramount.

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