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September 27, 2008

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Jeff

It reminds me of the old TV show, "Stalag 54."

John Ptak

Wasn't that a movie, Stalag 54? A Play? I certainly remember CAR 54 ("Krushchev's due at Idlewile...") And of course Stalag 13 (H. Heroes). But I can't get the Stalag and 54 together.

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