TV Movie | TV-PG | | Crime, Drama, History
On March 1, 1932, the infant Charles Lindbergh, Jr., the son and namesake of the famed pilot, is kidnapped. After he is later found dead, a German immigrant named Bruno Hauptmann is tried for kidnapping and murder.
The character of Colonel H. Norman Schwarzkopf (Peter Donat), was the father of General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr., the commander of the coalition forces during the Gulf War (1990 to 1991). He also founded the New Jersey State Police, and was a narrator of the radio series "Gangbusters".
In the first 20 minutes of the movie (taking place in 1932) they showed a 1938 or 1939 Ford Police car (with siren).
In deep appreciation this film is dedicated to Leonard Horn for whom it all began.
The versatile comedic actor has his summer movie plans set but still has a little catching up to do when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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