Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Danzinger Brothers, those cost-conscious Hollywood filmmakers who brought you such gems as Babes in Bagdad, shifted their base of operations to England and Europe in the mid-1950s. It was in England where the Danzinger boys bankrolled The Betrayal, which represented a step up from some of their tackier American films. Phillip Friend stars as a WW II pilot who was blinded while imprisoned by the Nazis. He knows that one of his fellow officers betrayed him to the Germans, but now is unable to identity the traitor by sight. Friend is aided in his search for the turncoat by model Diana Decker.
revenge, war, barnstorming, betrayal, death, Germany, secrets, treason