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Lucie Rommel (Character)
from Rommel and the Plot to Kill Hitler (2006)

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Alternate Names:
Frau Lucie Marie Rommel / Frau Maria Rommel / Mrs. Rommel


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  1. Rommel (2012) (TV) Played by Aglaia Szyszkowitz

  2. Rommel and the Plot to Kill Hitler (2006) Played by Yvonne Furneaux
    ... aka "Rommel and the Plot Against Hitler" - USA (original title)

  3. "War and Remembrance"
        - Part 10 (1989) TV episode, Played by Andrea Dahmen
        - Part 9 (1989) TV episode, Played by Andrea Dahmen

  4. A Bullet for Rommel (1969) Played by Maruchi Fresno (as Mrs. Rommel)
    ... aka "Hora cero: Operación Rommel" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "Hell's Brigade" - USA (reissue title)
    ... aka "Hell's Brigade: The Final Assault" - USA
  5. The Longest Day (1962) Played by Ruth Hausmeister (as Frau Maria Rommel)

  6. The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel (1951) Played by Jessica Tandy (as Frau Lucie Marie Rommel)
    ... aka "The Desert Fox" - International (English title) (informal short title), USA (short title)
    ... aka "The Story of Rommel" - International (English title) (informal short title)

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From The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel (1951)
Field Marshal Erwin Johannes Rommel: [describing a meeting with Hitler] Not that it could really be described as an argument. It's impossible to have an argument with him in the sense that you and I could have an argument. He raves, he screams, he goes into such hysterics that it's like trying to make sense with a panic stricken woman.
Frau Lucie Marie Rommel: [to Strolin] He called him a coward!
Dr. Karl Strolin: [to Rommel] Did he really use that word to you?
Field Marshal Erwin Johannes Rommel: Not once, but several times. In Russia, he said, officers like me have been put against the wall and shot, and almost I think it couldn't happen to me.
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