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The Odessa File

The Odessa File(1974)

Also Known As: Akte Odessa, Die |

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Brief Synopsis

A journalist discovers a strange link between his family and a cabal of fugitive Nazis.

Cast & Crew

Ronald Neame Director
Jon Voight Peter Miller
Maximilian Schell Eduard Roschmann
Maria Schell Mrs Miller
Derek Jacobi Klaus Wenzer
Shmuel Rodensky Simon Weisenthal
Werner Bruhns Magazine Publisher Hoffman
Klaus Lowitsch Killer Mackensen
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MPAA Ratings:  PG Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1974 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Color (Eastmancolor) Distributions Co:  not available
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Columbia Pictures .....Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United Kingdom (GB)
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  • Surprisingly Good

    voigtnight 2014-08-25

    Many notable performances.Violent at times,esp shooting in the climax,and Derek getting knocked around. MORE>

  • Great Movie

    Dean Richey 2013-07-25

    Great movie. A classic from the 70's. I don't know what that other guy was watching. MORE>

  • Ouch!

    A.V. 2013-07-24

    After watching this film I would never buy Jon Voight's Le Baron. What a horribly long and boring movie. MORE>