The Wooden Horse

1950

The Wooden Horse is a 1950 British Second World War war film directed by Jack Lee and starring Leo Genn, David Tomlinson and Anthony Steel. It is based on the book of the same name by Eric Williams, who also wrote the screenplay.[2]

The film depicts the true events of an escape attempt made by POWs in the German prison camp Stalag Luft III. The wooden horse in the title of the film is a piece of exercise equipment the prisoners use to conceal their escape attempt as well as a reference to the Trojan Horse which was also used to conceal men within.

The Wooden Horse was shot in a low-key style, with a limited budget and a cast including many amateur actors.

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1950
weitere Titel:
Le Cheval de bois
The Wooden Horse sh ast nb
木馬
重見天日zh
Het complot van het houten paard
Genre:Kriegsfilm
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Schwarzweiß
IMDB: 1287
Verleih:British Lion Films
Regie:Jack Lee
Drehbuch:Eric Williams
Kamera:C.M. Pennington-Richards
Musik:Clifton Parker
Produzent:Ian Dalrymple
Darsteller:Leo Genn
Anthony Steel
David Tomlinson
Bryan Forbes
David Greene
Franz Schafheitlin
Anthony Dawson
Peter Finch
Walter Gotell
Bill Travers
Jacques Brunius
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1951
BAFTA
BAFTA Film Award
Best British Film
Nominiert
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