Germany's Adolf Hitler, with his Axis-stooges, Italy's Mussolini and Japan's Suki Yama, although he tried to avoid taking them, is on his way, via submarine, to a tropical country to ... See full summary »
Germany's Adolf Hitler, with his Axis-stooges, Italy's Mussolini and Japan's Suki Yama, although he tried to avoid taking them, is on his way, via submarine, to a tropical country to negotiate a treaty with the High Chief Paj Mab. However, an American P.T-boat crew is already there and have some plans for schickenbit-grubber and his buddies. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Follow up to "The Devil with Hitler" is lighter more focused romp
This is the sequel to The Devil With Hitler concerns Hitler, Mussolini and Suki Yaki going on a secret mission to sign a treaty with an Arab sheik. Once in the desert the trio run into not only the sheik but also a sailor with a talent for magic.
I don't know which is a better movie, this or the first film. The first film has long set pieces and not much in the way of "plot", this one has more of a plot and less set pieces. Both are funny, which is all that matters. Its more craziness as the three leaders attempt a game of oneupmanship with each other and only prove they are on up on no one. This is the lighter of the two films with the eeriness of Hitler's pronouncements about the horrors of the Third Reich gone, replaced by a magic act and an ape. Its a great deal of fun.
Worth seeing, especially if you can double feature it with the first film. (Apparently after the initial release the two "streamliners" were cut together into a regular feature)
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