Fritz is a falsifier drawing a picture of Eva Braun, the girlfriend of Adolf Hitler. He meets Hermann and tells him about some Nazi- material he knows about. Herrmann, working for a great German magazine, pays for everything he can get, and so Fritz starts to write "Hitlers private daybook". The story covers a real event that happend in Germany in the middle of the eighties. Written by
Wolfgang Klimt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Der Film zum Buch vom Führer
Did You Know?
Near the end of the film, Dr. Lentz (Ulrich Mühe
) sings a song at the party onboard the ship belongs to 'Hermann Willié'. The melody is taken from a famous German seaman-song of Hans Albers
: "La Paloma"! See more
[upon unsuccessfully trying to incinerate the dead bodies of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun
He won't burn.
The Führer, Herr Oberstumbannführer, he won't burn.
Pour some gasoline over him then.
Gasoline? Over the Führer?
There is no more Führer.
Yes sir, Herr Obersturmbannführer!
References Congress Dances
Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde
Composed by Richard Wagner
Performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra
(as The London Philharmonic Orchestra)
Conducted by Enrique Batiz
Courtesy of Selected Sound Musikverlag See more