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The California Reich (1975)

PG | | Documentary | 1975 (USA)
A documentary about the Nazi party in America.
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Nominated for 1 Oscar. See more awards »

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Allen Vincent ...
Himself (Leader, San Francisco branch, American Nazi Party)
Ken McAllister ...
Himself (American Nazi Party member, arms collector)
Paul Raymond ...
Himself (Leader, Tracy Branch, American Nazi Party)
Wayne Raymond ...
Himself (Nazi Party member)
Fred Surber ...
James Surber ...
Himself (Nazi youth)
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A documentary about the Nazi party in America.

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The scene in which Ken McAllister 's wife is making a cake with a Nazi swastika flag in frosting was used in an anti-American propaganda film in the USSR. See more »

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Fred Surber: Well, the understanding I have on the six million is that... like a lot of people believe is like the Nazis in Germany murdered six million people... and according to the war records I've been able to find, pertaining to World War Two, there was something like nearly five million Jews involved, but as far as killing them, they weren't. Most of them were... I don't recall exactly what the term is, to concentration camps.
Interviewer: What if it were true? What if the stories were true?
Fred Surber: I'll tell you the ...
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Referenced in The Blues Brothers (1980) See more »

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Ship Those Niggers Back
Odis Cochran with the Three Bigots
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Slightly Dated but important Documentary
19 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

The film looks inside the Neo-Nazi movement in California in the 1970s. While it is somewhat dated, the frank interviews provide considerable insight into the minds of radical right wingers. I use this film in my college level political psychology class as an illustration of the origins and manifestations of authoritarianism.


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