The career of a Nazi officer shown as flashbacks from his trial as a war criminal.
The Trial of the War Criminals!
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Director de Toth was doing only his second feature for Columbia with "None Shall Escape" and the studio wanted him to use Paul Lukas, who had recently enjoyed a great success in a similar role with "Watch on the Rhine." De Toth wanted a lesser known star and campaigned for Alexander Knox, whom he had seen on Broadway in Chekhov's "Three Sisters." When Knox was hired and was told who was directing, he objected that de Toth was unknown and insisted on Lewis Milestone. Harry Cohn reportedly berated Knox for his selfishness and ingratitude. According to de Toth, Knox and he ended up as friends, and worked together on subsequent films. See more
Wilhelm Grimm initially appears in the uniform of the SS and then later appears in a Wehrmacht uniform. This is unlikely. It was more likely to be the other way around towards the end of the war when SS soldiers tried to hide their SS involvement by disguising themselves as ordinary solders. See more
The future lies in victory not in freedom. The war will be continued until it's won, that's our destiny.
Opening credits prologue: The time of this story is the future.
The war is over.
As we promised, the criminals of this war have been taken back to the scenes of their crimes for trial.
In fact, as our leaders promised--
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