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Traudl Junge (Character)
from Downfall (2004)

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Overview

Biography:
Gertraud "Traudl" Junge (née Haumps) born 1920, died 2002... See more »
Alternate Names:
Frulein Junge / Mrs. Junge

Filmography

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  1. Gandhi to Hitler (2011) Played by Jasleen

  2. Uncle Adolf (2005) (TV) Played by Stacy Hart
  3. Downfall (2004) Played by Alexandra Maria Lara
    ... aka "Der Untergang" - Germany (original title)

  4. The Bunker (1981) (TV) Played by Sarah Marshall (as Mrs. Junge)

  5. Hitler: The Last Ten Days (1973) Played by Ann Lynn (as Frulein Junge)
  6. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre"
        - The Death of Adolph Hitler (1973) TV episode, Played by Wanda Moore

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Quotes:
From Downfall (2004)
Martin Bormann: [reading folder in hand] My Führer, following your decision to stay in Berlin, do I have your approval as Vice Chancellor to immediately take charge of the entire Reich with the necessary power and authority? If I receive no answer by 10 p.m., I will assume that you have been incapacitated. I will serve the well-being of our people and fatherland.
[closes folder and puts it down]
Martin Bormann: He's betraying Germany... and you!
Walter Hewel: Göring's concern isn't unjustified. If our communication system breaks down, which could happen at any time, we'd be cut off from the world; we could no longer pass on orders.
Joseph Goebbels: I see it differently. Göring wants to seize power. I never trusted that mob he gathered at Obersalzberg; it stinks of a coup.
Adolf Hitler: That failure. That sponger... A parvenu! A lazybones!
[Albert Speer returns while Hitler rants offscreen]
Adolf Hitler: How dare he declare me unable to act? Tomorrow he might declare me dead!
Albert Speer: Hello, Frau Junge.
Traudl Junge: Herr Speer. How did you get into Berlin?
[...]
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