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The Last Ten Days (1955)
"Der letzte Akt" (original title)

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Credited cast:
Albin Skoda ...
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Hauptmann Wüst
Lotte Tobisch ...
Willy Krause ...
Erich Stuckmann ...
Erland Erlandsen ...
Curt Eilers ...
Leopold Hainisch ...
Otto Schmöle ...
Herbert Herbe ...
Hannes Schiel ...
Erik Frey ...
Otto Wögerer ...
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Jutta Brinkmann, 13jähr. Tochter
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Hanna Reitsch / Flugkapitän
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16 September 1955 (Belgium)  »

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Traudl Junge, Adolf Hitler's "last" secretary, was interviewed by Michael Mussmano several times; part of her recollections were included in his "Ten Days to Die" from which this film is adapted. In Junge's memoirs, "Until The Final Hour," she says that Mussmano helped arrange for her to spend two weeks in Austria advising the director during filming, for which she was paid DM1500. See more »

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26 April 2006 | by (The Society NY) – See all my reviews

I remember watching this film on Saturday afternoon TV in the 1950s or 60s. It was well presented but I do remember there was a message of hope broadcast from transmitters secreted in lamposts in one of the last maniacal executions for impending liberation. I'm not sure that squares with the facts.

Still the film is well done. The German High Command reports wryly without emotion "The Russians are advancing down The Fredrich Strasse" as if all went according to plan.

it was my impression that this film and a later American made for TV knock-off was based on the British historian Trevor-Roper's account by a similar title Last Days of Hitler. I was surprised to see no credit to Trevor-Roper.

I agree the newest German film on the subject DOWNFALL was as well done as the classic. The American knock-off was a little flat.

Few figures have attracted as much attention from the cinema as Adolph. Yet I find it interesting that none of the many films and books that have come out ever speak of Hitler's double alluded to in passing in John Toland's magnificent historical piece.

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