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The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank ()


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Miep Gies struggles to keep Anne Frank and her family hidden and safe inside the secret annex, as the Nazis turn Amsterdam upside-down.

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Miep Gies
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Otto Frank
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Jan Gies
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Edith Frank
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Mrs. Van Daan
Miriam Karlin ...
Mrs. Samson
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Koophuis
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Kraler
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Herman Van Daan
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Silberbauer
Lisa Jacobs ...
Anne Frank
Isabelle Amyes ...
Elli Vossen (as Isabelle Aymes)
Ian Sears ...
Peter van Daan
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Margot Frank
Jeffrey Robert ...
Dr. Dussel
Edda Barends ...
Lotte Dussel
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Dortmunn
Sylvia Rotter ...
Ilsa
Brian Rawlinson ...
Hendriks
Lex de Regt ...
Dortmunn
Peter Broekaert
Arthur Boni
Guus van der Made
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(as Serge Henri Valke)
Greet Groot
Truus Dekker

Directed by

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John Erman

Written by

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Anne Frank ... (diary)
 
Miep Gies ... (book "Anne Frank Remembered")
 
Alison Leslie Gold ... (book "Anne Frank Remembered")
 
William Hanley ... ()

Produced by

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David Cunliffe ... co-executive producer
John Erman ... supervising producer
Timothy J. Fee ... producer
Nick Gillott ... producer
Alison Leslie Gold ... associate producer
William Hanley ... co-executive producer
Marjorie Kalins ... producer
Kenneth Kaufman ... executive producer
Michael Lepiner ... executive producer

Music by

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Richard Rodney Bennett

Cinematography by

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Peter Jackson

Film Editing by

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Jerrold L. Ludwig

Production Design by

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Malcolm Middleton

Art Direction by

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Richard Jarvis

Set Decoration by

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Harry Cordwell

Costume Design by

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June Cashman

Makeup Department

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Pamela Fox ... makeup supervisor
Patrick de Loor ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Peter Lover ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Anthony Brand ... first assistant director
Ian Ferguson ... first assistant director
Simon Jansen ... second assistant director: Netherlands
Michael Mallinson ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Dave McBurnie ... property master
Annette Roche ... property master

Sound Department

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Wayne Artman ... sound mixer
Tom Beckert ... sound mixer
Tom E. Dahl ... sound mixer
Rod Lofthouse ... sound mixer
Al Gomez ... foley mixer (uncredited)
Clancy T. Troutman ... sound assistant (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kevin Binns ... key grip
David Carey ... camera operator
Bob O'Sullivan ... chief lighting technician

Casting Department

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Sharon Howard-Field ... casting: London (as Sharon Howard Field)
Lynn Kressel ... casting: USA
Frank Krom ... casting: Amsterdam

Location Management

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Joep Bannenberg ... location manager

Music Department

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Neil Richardson ... conductor

Other crew

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June Moody ... script supervisor
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Plot Summary

During the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam, Otto Frank decides to hide his family, who are Jewish, after his daughter Margot is called to appear for transport to a Nazi labour camp. Miep Gies, Otto Frank's office assistant hides them in the attic above the office. The film tells the true story of Gies' struggle to keep the family hidden and safe, as the Nazis turn Amsterdam upside-down. Based upon Gies' memoirs and Anne Frank's famous diary. Written by Jonathan Ruskin

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Also Known As
  • Journal d'Anne Frank (France)
  • Mensajeros del terror (Spain)
  • El ático, el escondite de Anne Frank (Spain)
  • Mein Leben mit Anne Frank (West Germany)
  • Sótão: O Esconderijo de Anne Frank (Brazil)
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  • 97 min
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Trivia With the exception of Miep and Jan Gies, and the Frank family, all of the other main characters are referred to by the pseudonyms given to them in Anne Frank's diary. See more »
Movie Connections References The Philadelphia Story (1940). See more »
Quotes Miep Gies: The swastika is on my passport Miss... not on me.
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