Night of the Fox DVD

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Based on Jack Higgins electrifying World War II novel in which a Nazi impersonator is asked to recover the secret plans of the 1944 D-Day landings. Shortly before the D-Day landings Colonel Kelso, an American officer with plans of the forthcoming invasion, is washed ashore on Nazi occupied Jersey. Hearing that Kelso is still alive, the Allies ask Harry Martineau (George Peppard) to travel to Jersey, pose as a Nazi agent, and to either rescue Kelso, or silence him. Martineau is accompanied on his daring mission by the beautiful Sara Drayton (Deborah Raffin) a former... resident of Jersey. Martineau's assignment becomes more complicated when Field Marshall Rommell (Michael York) appears on Jersey for an unannounced visit. Will our heroes be able to rescue Kelso and return him to England or will he pay the ultimate price? [show more]

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Released
17 April 2017
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Strawberry Media 
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Runtime
96 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060105724251 
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George Peppard and Deborah Raffin star in this made-for-TV war drama. During a rehearsal for the D-Day landings, a US Army Colonel, holding plans for the invasion, is captured by the Germans so the Allies send in Special Operations Executive officer Harry Martineau (Peppard) and nurse Sarah Drayton (Raffin) to rescue or eliminate him. Posing as SD Standartenführer Max Vogel and his French mistress, Martineau and Drayton are smuggled into France and make their way to Jersey where they hatch their plan to evacuate the captured officer.