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Surprisingly funny film set in a PoW camp during World War II. Sergeant Sefton is a bit of a dodgy character who knows how to make money on the side, but he gets angry when he is accused of leaking escape plans to the Germans. So he decides that he will find the snitch. Stalag 17 is very good at capturing the humour of men trying to deal with the fact that they are stuck, scared and, most of all, incredibly bored.
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