Not Rated | | Drama, War
In 1948, an American court in occupied Germany tries four Nazi judges for war crimes.
Werner Klemperer, who played defendant Emile "nasty Nazi to the very end" Hahn, is probably known best as Colonel Klink in the television series Hogan's Heroes (1965). Klemperer, a German Jew, and his family fled Germany at the outset of the Nazi regime. He wound up in Hollywood, and agreed only to play the role of a Nazi in a movie or television series if the character was despicable, as in this movie, or a bumbling loser, as in "Hogan's Heroes".
We have fallen on happy times, Herr Hahn. In old times it would have made your day if I'd deigned to say good morning to you. Now that we are here in this place together... you feel obliged to tell me what to do with my life... Listen to me, Herr ...
Judge Haywood describes Dachau as being "not too many miles" from Nuremberg. Dachau was in fact over 60 miles/100 km from Nuremberg.
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