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Set in 1960, the story follows the efforts of the Mossad, the Israeli Secret Service, to find former SS Colonel Adolf Eichmann, who ran from Germany to Argentina and took the name Ricardo Clement. He was wanted for the murders of both Europeans and Jews during the Holocaust. Learning of Eichmann's living in Argentina, the Mossad sends a team to capture him, led by agent Peter Malkin. The standing order: bring Eichmann back alive to Israel for trial.

  1. William A. Graham

    Director

  2. Harry Stein

    Novel

  3. Peter Z. Malkin

    Novel

  4. Lionel Chetwynd

    Teleplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Duvall

    Robert Duvall

    Adolf Eichmann

  2. Arliss Howard

    Arliss Howard

    Peter Malkin

  3. Jeffrey Tambor

    Jeffrey Tambor

    Isser Harel

  4. Jack Laufer

    Jack Laufer

    Uzi

  5. Nicolas Surovy

    Hans

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The Man Who Captured Eichmann

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  • November 8, 1996
    NR
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 36m

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