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Hello all, I have been trying to figure out a movie that I say only part of once a long time ago, Hoping somebody who sees this may be able to identify the movie. The movie i believe took place in WW1 and had a sniper that was putting makeup on and hiding out as a statue. I believe the movie was in black and white sorry for the vague details but it was a long time ago and i only saw a bit of it before I had to leave for the doctors. Thanks I'm sorta out of ideas on how to figure out the name of this movie google hasnt been able to help me.

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I found out this was a TV show actually. It was Alcoa theater episode called the Observer. Pretty cool episode as I recall.


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The movies seems old but I hope you were able to find it. :)



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try to find it among the movies in some lists like War movies.

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Deafoe.

Sorry but there does not seem to be a still or video from the episode available.

The Observer
30min | Drama | Episode aired 18 April 1960
Season 3 | Episode 15

"A French spy, posing as a peasant is hiding in the chapel where the Germans have set up temporary headquarters. When the chapel is shelled, he is wounded and the Germans, seeing the 'statue' bleed, believe a miracle has occurred."
Directed by Paul Henreid
Writing Credits Charles Beaumont

Cast
Michael Fox Father Holze
Rex Holman Lieutenant Hilger
Werner Klemperer Colonel Hanning
George Macready General Thirion
Sal Ponti Crouzet
Maximilian Schell Sarrail

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