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Locations included the ex-naval prisoner of war camp Marlag , near Westertimke , which had remained largely intact after the end of the war the previous year, and Aston Rowant railway station. According to trade papers, the film was a "notable box office attraction" at the British box office in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Captive Heart Original British quad film poster. Ealing Studios.
Michael Redgrave as Capt. Mowbray Mervyn Johns as Pte. McDougall Derek Bond as Lieut.
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Summary A concentration camp escapee assumes the identity of a dead British captain, only to be captured by German forces in the aftermath of Dunkirk.
THE CAPTIVE HEART (1946)
To help maintain the deception while being held as a prisoner of war, he begins a correspondence with the real officer's widow. Celia Mitchell Rachel Kempson. Mr Mowbray Frederick Leister. Private Evans Mervyn Johns.
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Mrs Evans Rachel Thomas. Corporal Horsfall Jack Warner. Mrs Horsfall Gladys Henson.