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  1. Language. English. The Captive Heart is a 1946 British war drama, directed by Basil Dearden and starring Michael Redgrave. It is about a Czechoslovak Army officer who is captured in the Fall of France and spends five years as a prisoner of war, during which time he forms a long-distance relationship with the widow of a British Army ...

  2. The Captive Heart: Directed by Basil Dearden. With Michael Redgrave, Rachel Kempson, Frederick Leister, Mervyn Johns. In 1940, a concentration camp escapee assumes the identity of a dead British officer, only to become a prisoner of war.

  3. In 1940, Czech soldier Capt. Hasek (Michael Redgrave) is being pursued by the Nazi secret police. To conceal his true identity, he pretends to be a dead British soldier named Capt. Geoffrey...

    • Drama
  4. Summaries. In 1940, a concentration camp escapee assumes the identity of a dead British officer, only to become a prisoner of war. After the evacuation at Dunkirk, June 1940, some thousands of British prisoners are sent to German P.O.W. camps.

  5. The Captive Heart. IN DEVELOPMENT. SYNOPSIS. A cosseted Victorian bride, who yearns for adventure, gets more than she bargained for when her husband is kidnapped by brigands during their honeymoon on the Amalfi coast, and she must learn to fend for herself and find a way to rescue her husband, before it’s too late. Based on a true story.

  6. Overview. A series of stories about the lives and loves of nine men in a Prisoner of War Camp over five years. Location shooting in the British occupied part of Germany adds believability.

  7. Synopsis. In the summer of 1940, Captain Karel Hasek (Michael Redgrave), a Czech soldier, escapes from Dachau concentration camp and assumes the identity of a dead British officer, Captain Geoffrey Mitchell. When he is caught, he joins thousands of British prisoners of war, captured during the Fall of France, on a march to a prison camp.