Robert Goulet
Director: Arthur H. Nadel Cast: Robert Goulet
Robert Goulet
, Daniele Gaubert
Daniele Gaubert
, Lawrence Dobkin
Lawrence Dobkin
Arthur H. Nadel

DVD (Wide Screen)



Singer Robert Goulet had already spent a season (1966-67) as a TV secret agent on Blue Light when he signed for the theatrical espionager Underground. Goulet plays an American spy who is disgraced during World War II for divulging the names of his fellow agents while under torture. To redeem himself, he joins a French resistance group called the Maquis and parachutes behind enemy lines. His mission is to kidnap a Nazi general and spirit him back to France. Arthur H. Nadel, director of Underground, is most-closely associated with the non-human endeavors of the Filmation cartoon studios.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/13/2012
UPC: 0883904252290
Original Release: 1969
Source: Mgm Mod
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:40:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Goulet Dawson
Daniele Gaubert Yvonne
Lawrence Dobkin Boule
Carl Duering Stryker
Joachim Hansen Hessler
Roger Delgado Xavier
Alexander Peleg Moravin
Leon Lissek Sgt.in Bistro
Harry Brooks Panzer Sergeant
Sebastian Breaks Condon
Nicole Croisille Bistro Singer
Derry Power Pommard
Paul Murphy Jean
Gerry Sullivan Fosse
Eamon Keane Emile
Andre Charisse Gerrard
Andrea Malandrinos Jacquard
Liam O'Callaghan Imhoff
David Leland Paul
Vincent Smith Sentry
Martin Crosbie RAF Sergeant
Gerry Alexander 2nd Maquis
Chris O'Neill Aid Man
Bill Golding German Staff Sergeant
Fred Meany Enlisted Men
Stephen Follett Boy in Church
Maura Keeley Mother
Frank Hayden Motorcycle Lieutenant
Robert Carlile Actor
Conor Evans German Officer in Church
Joe Pilkington Actor
Barry Cowan 1st Radarman
Jeremy Jones 2nd Radarman
Brendan Mathews German Officer
George Pravda Menke

Technical Credits
Arthur H. Nadel Director
Ron Bishop Original Story
Richard Dalton Asst. Director
Arthur Gardner Producer
Arnold Laven Producer
Jules Levy Producer
Andy Lewis Screenwriter
Stanley Myers Score Composer
Tom Rolf Editor
Kenneth Talbot Cinematographer
Frank White Art Director

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