During World War II Sobibor was a notorious Nazi death camp. This inspirational, fact-based drama chronicles the courage of an inmate who organised the only successful mass-escape from a Nazi concentration camp. Of the 600 prisoners held in Sobibor, over 300 managed to escape.
Thomas 'Toivi' Blatt (manuscript "From the Ashes of Sobibor" (as Thomas Blatt)); Richard Rashke (book); Reginald Rose (teleplay); Stanislaw 'Shlomo' Szmajzner (book "Inferno in Sobibor" (as Stanislaw Szmajzner)).
Alan Arkin (Leon Feldhendler); Joanna Pacula (Luka); Rutger Hauer (Alexander 'Sasha' Pechersky); Hartmut Becker (Sgt. Gustav Wagner); Jack Shepherd (Itzhak Lichtman); Emil Wolk (Samuel); Simon Gregor (Stanislaw 'Shlomo' Szmajzner); Linal Haft (Oberkapo Porchek); Jason Norman (Thomas 'Toivi' Blatt); Robert Gwilym (Chaim Engel); Eli Nathenson (Moses Szmajzner); Kurt Raab (Sgt. Frenzel); Eric P. Caspar (Capt. Franz Reichleitner); Hugo Bower (Sgt. Beckmann); Klaus Grünberg (Sgt. Bauer (as Klaus Grunberg)). Please contact SFC to add other cast members and characters.
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