Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)

Not Rated   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Thriller

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A team of ex-con bounty hunters go to Germany in search of Hitler. If they can find him, a million dollar reward is to be paid to them.

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  • Ward Bond, Felix Basch, Dorothy Tree, and Bobby Watson in Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)
  • Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)
  • Ward Bond, Paul Fix, and Warren Hymer in Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)
  • Ward Bond in Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)
  • Ward Bond, Felix Basch, Bruce Edwards, Paul Fix, and Warren Hymer in Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)

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29 April 2010 | MartinHafer
| One of my nominees for most over the top and silly American propaganda films of WWII.
Aesthetically speaking, this is not a good film in the least. The plot is stupid, the dialog is beyond just stupid and the film can only be enjoyed as a silly piece of kitsch. However, I liked it because it represents the extreme in how bad an American propaganda film can be. Like "First Yank in Tokyo", any attempt to make a believable story went out the window with this one! The film stars some actors who are usually there for support--Ward Bond, Paul Fix and Warren Hymer. While I liked them as colorful characters in films, without a strong and more competent leading man, the film is a bit doomed at the onset. The three play gangsters who lead a Three Stooges-like covert mission to kill Hitler. And, as for Hitler and his henchmen, they are about as smart as you'd expect from a Stooges' film! It's all very dopey and silly but I could also see someone today watching it precisely because it's so bad--so over the top.

This film has nothing going for it other than goofiness. It is so weird and wacky that it makes for a wonderfully strange evening of movie watching--and it's easy to, as the film is in the public domain and can be downloaded for free.

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