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1960s foreign movie

I used to see this movie on the late show in the 60s, I believe it was a French movie, soldier became a prisoner of war and sent to work on a German farm owned by a German family, one prisoner escapes by taking advantage of the families daughter who is taken away, prisoner is set free at end of war and returns home to wife and goes to work in a bakery but hates it, at the end of the movie is heading back to the farm in germany
asked Feb 10, 2015 in Name That Movie by Bill50 (1 point)
Just a guess, maybe
"La vache et le prisonnier", a.k.a "The Cow and I"?
Not a bad guess but this isn't it. Thanks for responding.
Hey, Bill50, if you are still with us, could this be

"La vingt-cinquième heure", a.k.a "The 25th Hour"?

1 Answer

"Le passage du Rhin" (1960)

From IMDb:
"Following the defeat of France by Germany during WWII, two French soldiers are taken to a German farm as forced laborers. In the ensuing years they become deeply involved in the lives of their captors."

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answered Mar 25, 2018 by casspir (18,801 points)