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The Wooden Horse (1950) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Ian Dalrymple and Jack Lee and produced by Alexander Korda and Ian Dalrymple.

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Filmed on location in Germany, in a specially reconstructed POW camp, as all the existing ones were still holding displaced persons at the time. (This was only made 5 years after the end of the war.)
Peter Butterworth was one of the vaulters who covered for the real-life Wooden Horse escape. He auditioned for a part in the film after the war, but was turned down on the grounds that he didn't look convincingly heroic and athletic enough.
Finnish visa register number #32530.
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