The final days in the Bunker, with Hitler becoming more and more paranoid, plumbing the depths of his madness and reaching his well deserved fate.

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The final days in the Bunker, with Hitler becoming more and more paranoid, plumbing the depths of his madness and reaching his well deserved fate.

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7 January 1973 (UK)  »

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Michael Sheard (Heinrich Himmler) and Tony Steedman (General Alfred Jodl) would later reprise their roles in The Bunker (1981), which likewise depicted the final days of Adolf Hitler's life. See more »

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Adolf Hitler: Are you mad? Are you insane?
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Referenced in Stanley Kubrick's Boxes (2008) See more »

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The best Hitler movie I have ever seen
11 October 2001 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This outstanding English film was only shown on American TV once in 1983. I am stationed in Germany and was lucky enough to find it at a video store here. Frank Finlay has got to be the scariest Adolf Hitler ever! He captures all of the evil and madness that was Hitler. There was another movie about Hitler's last days that appeared on American TV in 1981 called The Bunker where Anthony Hopkins played Hitler (he won an Emmy for it). Hopkins was good, Finlay is unforgettable. His performance haunted me for years after I saw the film. The scene that got me was where Hitler has a delusion that he is back in the Vienna sewers of his youth and keeps talking about getting rid of the rats. This amazing actor certainly deserves to be better known. He was also the scariest Marley's ghost that I have ever seen in the 1984 tv version of A Christmas Carol where George C. Scott played Scrooge.


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