Those Nasty Nazis-(1941-1944)by horn-5 | created - 05 Mar 2014 | updated - 11 Mar 2014 | Public
Films made and released 1941-1944 in which Hollywood found and fought Nazis all over the globe.
Choose the one that has the most intriguing (or weird) plot.
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1. Waterfront (1944)
Approved | 68 min | Drama, Romance, War
A Nazi spy passes himself off as an optometrist in San Francisco's waterfront district. Someone robs him of his codebook, and he must get it back.
SHOCKING EXPOSE OF ENEMY SABOTEURS Along America's "WATERFRONT"
2. Tarzan's Desert Mystery (1943)
Passed | 70 min | Adventure
With Jane still away for the war effort, Tarzan and Boy set off to retrieve rare medicinal herbs, only to run into an American messenger, Nazi spies, and the mysterious desert's treacherous fauna and flora. Will they make it in one piece?
CHEER as Boy and Cheetah outwit Tarzan's Nazi captors!
3. Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror (1942)
Passed | 65 min | Crime, Mystery, Thriller
When a Nazi saboteur jeeringly predicts to the nation new depredations via the radio 'Voice of Terror', the Homeland Security Inner Council summons Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) to help ... See full summary »
Doctor Watson: Holmes, the girl waiting. What an extraordinary thing.
Sherlock Holmes: Elementary, my dear Watson.
Doctor Watson: No, no, no. It's an amazing deduction. How on earth did you arrive at it?
Sherlock Holmes: Barham told me.
4. Nazty Nuisance (1943)
Passed | 50 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Germany's Adolf Hitler is on his way via submarine to a tropical country to negotiate a treaty with the High Chief Paj Mab. Right there with him, although he tried to avoid taking them, are... See full summary »
Suki-Yaki, Schickelgruber and Benito are falling into traps and mishaps again louder and funnier than those that laid them flat in "The Devil With Hitler"! It's a knock-'em-down and drag-'em-out comedy with block-busting laffs!
5. Invisible Agent (1942)
Passed | 81 min | Action, Adventure, Romance
The Invisible Man's grandson uses his secret formula to spy on Nazi Germany.
Conrad Stauffer: Four stories high and no fire escape. I wouldn't jump if I were you. You might break every invisible bone in that poor, invisible body.
6. Law of the Jungle (1942)
Passed | 61 min | Action, Adventure, Romance
Nona Brooks, former member of a stranded theatrical troupe, earns a temporary living singing in a cafe in Duakwa, British Rhodesia, Africa.
Nazi agents are stirring up the natives in the jungles of Duakwa, British Rhodesia, Africa.
7. Adventure in Iraq (1943)
Approved | 65 min | Adventure
Five Allied soldiers in an airplane flying to Egypt crash-land in Iraq. They are taken in by a local sheik, but soon begin to suspect that he may not be quite as friendly as he appears to be.
Warner Bros. does a remake of "The Green Goddess" and Paul Cavanagh (from the who-is-available list at the casting office) gets to stretch his accent-talent playing an arabian shiek.
8. The Great Alaskan Mystery (1944)
Passed | 223 min | Action, Adventure, Drama
An adventurer goes after Nazi spies who have a new death ray called the Paratron.
Nazi spies, use a death ray to take over Alaska and via stock footage from "White Hell of Pitz Palu(1929)", nearly pull it off.
9. Rio Rita (1942)
Passed | 91 min | Adventure, Comedy, Music
Doc and Wishey run into some Nazi-agents, who want to smuggle bombs into the USA from a Mexican border hotel.
The Texas Rangers and Abbott & Costello rid the Rio Grande of Nazi agents; 'Wishy': I want to be like the Rangers when I die. I want to die with my boots on. 'Doc': Why? 'Wishy': I got holes in my socks.
10. A Yank in Libya (1942)
Passed | 67 min | Drama, Romance, War
American correspondent Mike Malone uncovers a Nazi plot for an uprising of the Arab tribes in Lybia. Pursued by Sheik David and his men, Mike takes refuge in the suite of Nancy Brooks, who ... See full summary »
An American go-getter and a gorgeous English girl stake their lives to foil the Nazis...white the British garrison waited for the onrush of the wild Arab hordes! (original poster) And German actor Wilhelm von Brincken changed his billing-name to William Vaughn...for the duration.
11. Der Fuehrer's Face (1942)
Approved | 8 min | Animation, Short, Comedy
Donald Duck has a nightmare that he lives in Germany slaving under the Nazi regime.
Oscar winner for Best Short Subject Cartoons.
12. Cowboy Commandos (1943)
Approved | 55 min | Western
The Range Busters investigate sabotage at a mining community and uncover a gang of Nazi spies.
Plus Johnny Bond drops by the Nazi-owned cafe and sings "I'll Get The Fuehrer Sure As Shootin'" , which does not meet the approval of the Nazis who own the cafe.
13. Revenge of the Zombies (1943)
Approved | 61 min | Adventure, Comedy, Horror
Scott Warrington and his hired detective, Larry Adams, arrive at an old mansion in the middle of a Louisiana swamp to meet his brother-in-law, Dr. Max von Altermann shortly after the death ... See full summary »
Dr. Max Heinrich von Altermann(John Carradine): Against an army of zombies, no armies could stand. Why, even blown half to bits - undaunted by fire and gas - zombies would fight on so long as the brain cells which receive and execute commands still remain intact.
14. Tiger Fangs (1943)
Approved | 59 min | Action, Adventure, Mystery
A big-game hunter travels to Malaya to help stop the Nazis and Japanese from destroying the rubber industry.
One of the Nazis (Dan Seymour) in this jewel shoots an elephant in his suspenders.
15. They Got Me Covered (1943)
Approved | 95 min | Comedy, Music, Romance
Fired by his editor for incompetence, idiotic reporter Robert Kittredge sees a chance at redeeming himself when he accidentally uncovers a network of Nazi spies in Washington, D.C.
Foreign correspondent, the only reporter in Europe who missed reporting the invasion of Russia by Germany, gets recalled to Washington D.C., where he (accidently)uncovers a nest of Nazi spies operating a beauty parlor.
16. All Through the Night (1942)
Approved | 107 min | Action, Comedy, Crime
Runyonesque Broadway gamblers turn patriotic when they stumble onto a cell of Nazi saboteurs.
Humphrey Bogart encounters Nazi Conrad Veidt in New York City, and they would meet again in 1942 in Casablanca.
17. The Dawn Express (1942)
Passed | 62 min | Action, Drama, Mystery
Nazi spies in the USA try to rob the formula of synthetic oil and ship it to Germany by means of a night plane called the Dawn Express.
FLAMING DRAMA...as Federal Agents and 5th Columnists Battle Desperately in the Sky Trails (original print ad)
18. Enemy of Women (1944)
Approved | 72 min | Drama, War
Young Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, an unsuccessful playwright, is forced, in order to support himself, to take a position as tutor in the household of Herr Quandt. His first attempt to force ... See full summary »
Would the world have been different if Goebbles had managed to get his play produced?
19. Counter-Espionage (1942)
Approved | 73 min | Comedy, Mystery, Romance
The Lone Wolf tracks down Nazi spies in London during the German bombing.
THE LONE WOLF TURNS SPY TO MAKES NAZIS TURN PALE...and cops turn green with envy (original window-card poster)
20. Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)
Not Rated | 70 min | Adventure, Comedy, Thriller
A team of ex-con bounty hunters go to Germany in search of Hitler. If they can find him, a million dollar reward is to be paid to them.
Samuel Thornton: Our enemies are the warlords and their followers, not just one person or one group. We must shatter the mailed fist forever... and silence their cry of blood and iron, with blood and iron.
21. Jungle Siren (1942)
Approved | 68 min | Adventure, Romance, War
A woman who was raised in the jungle helps a man fight Nazis who are trying to start a native uprising.
Frau Anna Lukas: You look as if you've gone through ten wars, Captain.
Sergeant Mike Jenkins: Lady, what happened to us should happen to Hitler.
22. King of the Texas Rangers (1941)
Approved | 215 min | Adventure, Western
When Captain King of the Texas Rangers is murdered by saboteurs, his son, Tom ("Slingin' Sammy Baugh"), a famous football star, leaves college and joins the Texas Rangers himself. Shortly ... See full summary »
Actor Rudolph Anders changes his billing name to Robert O. Davis after Germany's invasion of Poland...but he still gets type-cast as a Nazi flying a Zeppelin over the Texas oil filelds for twelve weeks.
23. Black Dragons (1942)
Approved | 64 min | Thriller, War
A cabal of American industrialists, all fifth-columnists intent on sabotaging the war effort, are methodically murdered by the malevolent Monsieur Colomb. It is only until detective Dick ... See full summary »
His WEIRDEST Role! (original poster)
24. Margin for Error (1943)
Approved | 74 min | Comedy, Drama, War
It is a toss-up as to who is most displeased when Patrolman Moe Finkelstein is given the duty of guarding the German consulate run by Karl Baumer; neither Moe nor Baumer is too happy with ... See full summary »
Uncle Miltie (Moe Finkelstein ) assigned to protect Otto Preminger (Karl Baumer) was not a buddy-movie pairing.
25. War Dogs (1942)
Approved | 64 min | Action, Adventure, Drama
A young boy donates his pet, a police dog, to the army to be trained as a war dog.
MEET THE FIGHTING FREEMANS! A kid, his dad and his dog...all join up to fight the RATZIS...in a film that'll have you cheering! (Original Poster)
26. Spy Smasher (1942)
Passed | 215 min | Action, Adventure
Alan Armstrong, aka Spy Smasher, battles a Nazi villain known as The Mask, who heads a gang of saboteurs determined to spread destruction across America.
Suggested by the character SPY SMASHER, appearing in WHIZ COMICS magazine, copyright by Fawcett Publications, Inc---1940-1941-1942 (all original posters)
27. International Lady (1941)
Passed | 102 min | Action, Adventure, Drama
The film opens with a German air-raid over the skies of London, and moves to the attempts of the F.B.I. and Scotland Yard investigators trying to circumvent the attempts of a sabotage ring ... See full summary »
A radio singer, on a program sponsored by undercover Nazi agents, is given a song list that contains coded messages about the shipment of American lend-lease airplanes (America is not in the war yet) to England.
28. Eyes in the Night (1942)
Passed | 80 min | Crime, Mystery
A blind detective and his seeing-eye dog investigate a murder and discover a Nazi plot.
[talking to Duncan Maclain's dog]
Alistar: I'm off to the Harlem Squash and Tennis Club to meet my dream girl.
[Alistar opens the door and the dog flattens him to pursue a female canine in the street]
Alistar: Why, you wolf!
29. Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942)
Approved | 117 min | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
In Europe at the start of World War II, a woman notices that wherever her husband goes, the Nazis seem to follow. Meanwhile, a charming reporter is following them.
Votes: 2,642 | Gross: $0.86M
Comedy. Romance. Adventure. Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers fight the Nazis and fall in love! (original print ad)
30. Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942)
Approved | 68 min | Adventure, Crime, Drama
Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must protect a Swiss inventor of an advanced bomb sight from falling into German hands.
Dr. John H. Watson: What woman?
Sherlock Holmes: She's blonde, five foot, full lipped and very affectionate.
Dr. John H. Watson: [flippantly] Oh, really? Got her phone number?
[Holmes looks at Watson disapprovingly]
31. Tarzan Triumphs (1943)
Passed | 76 min | Action, Adventure, War
As WWII rages on, a group of Nazi paratroopers land on the hidden city of Palandria to exploit its wealth, and they start taking hostages. Can Tarzan, the powerful King of the Jungle, and his trusted companions, Cheeta and Buli, save them?
Votes: 2,030 | Gross: $3.27M
Tarzan: Nazi hyena dead now.
32. Blue, White and Perfect (1942)
Passed | 74 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Detective Michael Shayne boards a Hawaii-bound ocean liner on the trail of stolen industrial diamonds and a Nazi smuggling ring.
THESE DIAMONDS belong to Uncle Sam! (original poster)
33. Where Trails End (1942)
Approved | 55 min | Action, Adventure, Western
U.S. Marshal Tom Kenyon (Tom Keene), with his sidekick pal Pierre La Faire (Frank Yaconelli) is sent to aid the valley ranchers who are being driven from their homes by a gang of terrorists... See full summary »
An Arizona lawman and his Frenchman sidekick (played by an Italian) team up to keep Nazi Wilhelm von Brincken from smuggling tungsten to Germany.
34. They Stooge to Conga (1943)
Approved | 18 min | Short, Comedy, War
The stooges are repairmen who get a job fixing the doorbell in large house which is the secret headquarters of some Nazi spies. They manage to ruin most of the house while working on the ... See full summary »
Hans, the Nazi: Hiel Hitler!
Moe: [dressed as Hitler] Heel!
35. Air Raid Wardens (1943)
Passed | 67 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Two bumblers, failures as businessmen and air raid wardens, stumble across a nest of Nazi saboteurs bent on blowing up the local magnesium plant.
"We'll do anything that Uncle Sam wants us to do, won't we, Ollie?"