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Question: I would like to know the title and availability of a TV-movie about some women who were abused by a man in Nazi Germany and kill him years later. Each admits that they killed him alone, so no one can be convicted. I believe Angie Dickinson and Loretta Swit were in it. Can you help me? — Tim P., Charleston, W.V. Televisionary: I'll help as much as possible, Tim. You're thinking of The Execution, a 1985 TV-movie in which Dickinson, Swit, Barbara Barrie, Jessica Walter and Sandy Dennis realize a local restaurateur (Rip Torn) is the Nazi doctor who tormented them when they were young girls in a concentration camp. They then, as you say, set about plotting his murder. I know the film has been released on both VHS and DVD, but I wasn't able to find it in current U.S. release. You might do some snooping on your own with a local or online retailer to see if you can track one down, however, or try an online auctio

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Question: I would like to know the title and availability of a TV-movie about some women who were abused by a man in Nazi Germany and kill him years later. Each admits that they killed him alone, so no one can be convicted. I believe Angie Dickinson and Loretta Swit were in it. Can you help me? — Tim P., Charleston, W.V.

Televisionary: I'll help as much as possible, Tim. You're thinking of The Execution, a 1985 TV-movie in which Dickinson, Swit, Barbara Barrie, Jessica Walter and Sandy Dennis realize a local restaurateur (Rip Torn) is the Nazi doctor who tormented them when they were young girls in a concentration camp. They then, as you say, set about plotting his murder.

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I know the film has been released on both VHS and DVD, but I wasn't able to find it in current U.S. release. You might do some snooping on your own with a local or online retailer to see if you can track one down, however, or try an online auction site for a used copy.