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During World War II, a teenage Jewish girl named Anne Frank and her family are forced into hiding in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands.
All annex scenes were shot on the largest sound stage at 20th Century-Fox in Hollywood. The real annex would have been too small to accommodate a film crew. An exact replica of the spice factory's hiding places were constructed at the studio with three of the four rooms built on top of each other, precisely as they were, according to a contemporary article in American Cinematographer.
Mr. Frank. - Mr Frank?
Otto Frank: Kraler. - Mr. Kraler. Miep. My good friends.
Anne Frank was given the diary for her thirteenth birthday, a few days before they all went into hiding and not after going into hiding as depicted in the film.
At the end, neither a "The End" credit nor a cast list appears, only the title of the film once more ("The Diary of Anne Frank").
Originally released at 170 minutes, then later cut and available only in 156-minutes version. Complete edition has been recently restored on video.
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