Fooling Hitler (2004)

TV Movie   |    |  History, War

The true story of the greatest deception of WW2: one which helped change the course of the war itself.


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Philip Smith


Philip Smith

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17 April 2006 | rowenta101
| Ambitious and pretty much delivers on all fronts
When I saw this film I wasn't quite sure what to expect. There have been so many films made about the Second World War that it seemed there was little else to add. I'm pleased to say I was surprised and that I found myself both rooting for the characters and learning about a vital and overlooked aspect of the war.

The cast, especially Jason Durr and Richard Lintern seemed to manage that tricky balancing act of combining humour and seriousness with particular aplomb.

The film also had a definite visual style. I'm sure that there were stiff budget contraints to get such an epic tale on television but as the action mounts they are not visible. Recommended.


Release Date:

24 October 2004



Country of Origin


Filming Locations

England, UK

Box Office


$1,200,000 (estimated)

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