Stalag 17 (1953) - (Movie Clip) When I See Those War Pictures
Cookie (Gil Stratton Jr.) narrates for writer/director Billy Wilder, leading man William Holden not involved, as Hoffy, Duke and Price (Richard Erdman, Neville Brand, Peter Graves) brief Manfredi and Johnson (Michael Moore, Peter Baldwin) for their escape, opening Stalag 17, 1953.
Stalag 17 -- (Re-issue Trailer)
He's a cynic but is he a traitor? William Holden won a Best Actor award as the hard-boiled POW running scams in Billy Wilder's Stalag 17 (1953).
Stalag 17 (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Betty Grable
The morning after two buddies died trying to escape, Duke (Neville Brand) in particular thinks Sefton (William Holden) informed the Germans, as Shapiro (Harvey Lembeck) and "Animal" (Robert Strauss) find solace in the new Russian lady prisoners next door, in Billy Wilder's Stalag 17, 1953.
Stalag 17 (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Trading With The Enemy
P.O.W. Sefton (William Holden) who won money betting against two guys killed trying to escape, enjoys a bartered egg and gets hassled by Shapiro, "Aninal," Duke, Hoffy and Price (Harvey Lembeck, Robert Strauss, Neville Brand, Richard Erdman, Peter Graves), in Billy Wilder's Stalag 17, 1953.
Stalag 17 (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Illegitimate Son Of Hitler
After a failed escape, German guard Schultz (Sig Ruman) joshes with Shapiro and "Animal" (Harvey Lembeck, Neville Brand), gets challenged by Duke (Neville Brand), and teased by suspected informer Sefton (William Holden), then writer/director Billy Wilder twists the plot, in Stalag 17, 1953.
Stalag 17 (1953) -- (Movie Clip) There Should Be A Ham Hock
Sefton (Academy Award-winner William Holden), beaten up by fellow POWs who think hes the informer, tries to bribe guard Schultz (Sig Rumann), before the others get back to the barracks, Hoffy (Richard Erdman) making an offer before The Geneva Man (Erwin Kalser) appears, in Billy Wilders Stalag 17, 1953.