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Stalin and Hitler: The Motion Picture (2009)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  19 May 2009 (USA)
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In an alternate Post-WWII history, Stalin and Hitler are pursuing degrees at a small liberal arts college in the mountains of North Carolina. However, when these two titans clash over the ... See full summary »

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In an alternate Post-WWII history, Stalin and Hitler are pursuing degrees at a small liberal arts college in the mountains of North Carolina. However, when these two titans clash over the role of Tevye in "Fiddler on the Roof," the universe trembles. Written by Anonymous

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stalin | hitler | surrealist | student | parody | See more »

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Dictators. Conquerors. Actors.

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Short | Comedy

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This film was edited on both a Mac and a PC. The Mac sections have noticeable interlacing, whereas the PC versions do not. See more »

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