The Rhinemann Exchange Trailer

The Rhinemann Exchange Trailer (1977)

10 March 1977 Drama, Action, Thriller 300 mins

During World War II, an intelligence officer is dispatched by the U.S. government to arrange an exchange in Argentina of industrial diamonds needed by the Germans for a secret gyroscope needed by the Allies.

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Cast

Stephen Collins

as David Spaulding

Lauren Hutton

as Leslie Jenner Hawkewood

Claude Akins

as Walter Kendall

Vince Edwards

as Gen. Swanson

José Ferrer

as Erich Rhinemann

Larry Hagman

as Col. Edmund Pace

John Huston

as Ambassador Henderson Granville

Roddy McDowall

as Bobby Ballard

Rene Auberjonois

as Dr. Eugene Lyons

Ramon Bieri

as Daniel Meehan

Len Birman

as Asher Field

Bo Brundin

as Heinrich Stolz

Gene Evans

as Col. Barton

Jeremy Kemp

as Geoffrey Moore

Werner Klemperer

as Franz Altmuller

International Titles

Zwischen den Fronten Trailer

Rhinemann-affaeren Trailer

Operation Tortugas Trailer

El intercambio Rhinemann Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 24 May 1980

United States 10 March 1977

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