Near the end of WW II, a member of the German underground (Martin Richter) escapes from the Gestapo and takes shelter at Hotel Berlin, where he meets Lisa Dorn, a sleek actress involved with General von Dahnwitz, who is also trying to leave Germany. The hotel is a hotbed of Nazis, refugees, spies and ordinary Germans trying to survive inevitable defeat without getting too involved. Written by
Mike Rogers <MICHAEL_PEM@aol.com>
Rips the roof off. (Poster).
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The paper Koenig is reading in the cellar of the resistance is taken from President Roosevelt's radio address at a dinner of the Foreign Policy Association in New York City on October 21, 1944. See more
There are many like her in Germany. Yesterday she was a NAZI, today she says she isn't. Mark it, if a man like you who knows these people so well can still be deceived, think of the danger to those who don't have your experience. I know what's happened to you. Yep. You were tricked by your decency, by your humanity. You couldn't believe anyone capable of such deceit. But, you've got to realize, NAZIs never change.
Referenced in Hollywood contra Franco