About the supposed conspiracy that led to the catastrophic deadly crash of the Hindeburg zeppelin in 1937.
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Maximilian Simonischek ...
 Merten Kröger (unknown episodes)
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About the supposed conspiracy that led to the catastrophic deadly crash of the Hindeburg zeppelin in 1937.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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March 2013 (USA)  »

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Hindenburg  »

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€10,000,000 (estimated)
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The two Luftwaffe officers on the airship introduce themselves as Messerschmitt 109 pilots. However, in May 1937 the aircraft was still much in development and only had started to become operational at the time. The first instance when type gained much publicity was at the Zurich Air Show in July 1937. See more »

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Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Pearl Harbor (2013) See more »

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Not bad...for a TV Movie
30 January 2013 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This two part TV-movie was part of a three movie box set of not so well known war movies that we bought for my son as a Christmas present. So far we have watched two of them and they have both been worthwhile to watch.

Unfortunately we found out that this one was one of those cheap DVD's that some arrogant French publisher had dumped on a DVD dubbed to French only. No original language and not even subtitles. That's just so crappy but unfortunately this used to be quite common with DVD's in France and there was no way of seeing it without opening the box set.

Anyway, the movie itself is actually not bad. It spans three hours split into two one and a half hour episodes. The actual story is pure fiction loosely based on the bomb conspiracy theories. It is a fairly okay thriller/drama story and, despite knowing that the zeppelin is going to blow up, I took enough interest to follow the characters throughout the movie.

It was fun to see Stacy Keach again as well. I always liked watching Mike Hammer when I was younger.

The visual effects are not bad. Some people are probably going to complain about historical accuracy. The available space for the passengers, especially their sleeping compartments, seems to have been "enlarged" somewhat for the benefit of the visual impression but that doesn't really bother me that much. It's a fiction movie based on the Hindenburg disaster, not a historical documentary after all.

The one thing that bothered me, apart from the French only DVD version, was the way too modern music in the movie. It's supposed to be a 1937 setting so that modern e-guitar stuff was simply disturbing. Very poor choice indeed.


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