The Search for the Evil One (1967)

Thriller


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A team of agents is sent to a secret location in South America to investigate reports that a group of Nazis actually rescued Adolf Hitler at the end of the war and are hiding him.


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20 June 2006 | haildevilman
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| "They will pay...they will pay..."
Better than you think.

Hitler was discovered alive. So Anton Becker (Lee Patterson) gets recruited by Mossad to hunt him down and confirm the identity so they can...well you figure it out.

Great acting from all involved. And showing an aged Hitler not in full command of his senses added a touch of realism.

Martin Boorman being played as the sadistic heir apparent was great too. And played as a evil backstabber that would sacrifice an ally to gain prominence too.

The end justified the means to these Nazis, kind of like in real life I imagine. (I wasn't there.)

The flashback scenes will be heartrending to more sensitive types. But this was a well made thriller. And note the nod to Cornel Wilde's 'Naked Prey.'

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1967

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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