Escape From Sobibor


3h 1987

Brief Synopsis

A movie about the largest prisoner escape from a Nazi death camp in World War II. Six hundred inmates were driven to a desperate, daring escape attempt, on October 14, 1943, from Sobibor, the most secret of three death camps located in Eastern Poland. During the revolt, more than 300 persons made it

Film Details

Also Known As
Flykten från Sobibor
Release Date
1987
Location
Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Synopsis

A movie about the largest prisoner escape from a Nazi death camp in World War II. Six hundred inmates were driven to a desperate, daring escape attempt, on October 14, 1943, from Sobibor, the most secret of three death camps located in Eastern Poland. During the revolt, more than 300 persons made it to freedom.

Film Details

Also Known As
Flykten från Sobibor
Release Date
1987
Location
Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

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Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States April 12, 1987

Released in United States on Video March 25, 1992

Released in United States on Video November 9, 1994

The production was filmed on a set reconstructed from a small scale replica of the actual camp designed by Tom Blatt, one of the survivors, for the Martyrs Memorial & Museum of the Holocaust in Los Angeles, where it is on display.