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Hitler's Daughter (1990)

Hitler's Daughter wants to occupy the White House. She might just do it, unless the ineffectual Nazi hunters and their latest recruit can figure out who the heck she is.

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Sharon Franklin / Mary Lipscomb
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Patricia Benedict
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Leona Crawford Gordon
Carolyn Dunn ...
Jill Breyer
Gary Reineke ...
Holland
Donald Davis ...
Dr. Bauman
Jonathan Welsh ...
Zimmerman
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Trautman
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Berger
Clayton Ed McGibbon ...
Rutledge Gordon
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Mitchell
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Dolan
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Hitler's Daughter wants to occupy the White House. She might just do it, unless the ineffectual Nazi hunters and their latest recruit can figure out who the heck she is. Written by Chris Holland <stomptokyo@aol.com>

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Three women of power. One monstrous secret.

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26 September 1990 (USA)  »

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La hija de Hitler  »

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4 February 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The proposition is that Hitler had a daughter, who has been smuggled into America, and is now one of a small number of women about to be in a position of power. All of a sudden one bunch of people are trying to prove this and another are trying to kill them. Nazis are coming out of the woodwork. The script writers have clearly read a few Ludlum novels and maybe even a Deighton, and then thought they could do as well. They can't. Not helped by plastic acting and dull direction. There are better ways to spend 2 hours. Obtain and read a copy of Ludlum's "The Holcroft Covanent" and you might see something this film wanted to be when it was conceived, but it never made it even half way there. Watch something good instead, like Verhoven's "Black Book".


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