Odessa File, The (1974) - (Movie Clip) They Can't Kill Us Off!
Hamburg, 1963, Jon Voight as reporter Miller, early in his pursuit of a Nazi war criminal involved in a plot against Israel, is the uninvited guest at a reunion of a (real) Waffen SS unit, Georg Marischka, and Günter Meisner as General Greifer, among the celebrants, in The Odessa File, 1974.
Odessa File, The - (Original Trailer)
Jon Voight is a journalist who discovers a strange link between his family and a cabal of fugitive Nazis in The Odessa File, 1973, directed by Ronald Neame.
Odessa File, The (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Criminal At Large
Jon Voight as (fictional) West German reporter Miller visiting Vienna, December, 1963 to see Shmuel Rodensky, playing the famous Jewish Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, discussing the (also real) Austrian SS war criminal Eduard Roschmann, in director Ronald Neames adaptation of Frederick Forsyths novel The Odessa File, 1974.
Odessa File, The (1974) -- (Movie Clip) People Burning Like Torches
Jon Voight as reporter Miller, with his girlfriend (Mary Tamm) in Hamburg, 1963, visiting his German mother (Maria Schell, only 12 years Voight's senior) as he considers investigating leads left by a now-deceased Holocaust survivor, Hans Wyprächtiger his landlord, in Ronald Neame's The Odessa File, 1974.
Odessa File, The (1974) -- (Movie Clip) An Old Man Gassed Himself
Following a prologue of a plot to destroy Israel, and Hamburg, November 22, 1963 established in the credits, Jon Voight, narrating, appears as German reporter Miller, attention diverted by the Kennedy assassination, pursuing a maybe-routine event, in the espionage thriller The Odessa File, 1974, from the Frederick Forsyth novel.
Odessa File, The (1974) -- (Movie Clip) He Liked To Destroy Human Beings
Jon Voight as German reporter Miller in Hamburg, 1963, reading the diary of German jew Tauber (Towje Kleiner) following his suicide, director Ronald Neames black & white scenes recreating the concentration camp at Riga, Latvia, dominated by Maximilian Schell as Nazi commandant Roschmann, in The Odessa File, 1974.