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Consulting with Goebbels (Martin Kosleck), der Fuhrer (Richard Basehart) is impressed with the advice of the pretty new secretary (Maria Emo), in director Stuart Heisler's Hitler, 1962.
Attended by Goerring (John Mitchum), Roehm (Berry Kroeger), Himmler (Rick Traeger), Goebbels (Martin Kosleck) et al, der Fuhrer (Richard Basehart) plans the burning of the Reichstag, in Hitler, 1962.
With aide Emil (Albert Szabo), the gently incarcerated future-Fuhrer (Richard Basehart) dictates, offending fellow inmate Schoenberg (Norbert Schiller), followed by narration and a rally, in Hitler, 1962.
John Banner (Sergeant Schultz!) shows backbone as a Nazi official challenging der Fuhrer (Richard Basehart) about his niece (Cordula Trantow) at a party-party in 1930's Munich, in director Stuart Heisler's Hitler, 1962.
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Based on the popular children's book by Kate DiCamillo, The Tale of Despereaux follows a brave and virtuous mouse with comically oversized ears who dreams of becoming a knight.
Once upon a time...in the far away kingdom of Dor...lived a brave and virtuous mouse with comically oversized ears who dreamt of becoming a knight. Banished from his home for having such lofty ambitions, Despereaux sets off on an amazing adventure with his good-hearted rat friend Roscuro, who leads him, at long last, on a very noble quest to rescue an endangered princess and save an entire kingdom from darkness. Based on the heartwarming children's bestselling book and featuring the voice talents of an all-star cast, The Tale of Despereaux is a magical, modern fairytale that's destined to win the hearts of young and old alike.
A fun adventure for the whole family! This magical fairytale classic follows the exciting quest of a brave mouse who sets off to rescue a Princess and save an entire Kingdom.
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When the Valakians ask for help with a planet-wide plague, Phlox realizes that the problem is genetic: the species is doomed in 200 years unless the immunity of the Menk, a simbiotic people that peacefully share the planet, yields a clue. But Phlox's cure brings up the ethics of interfering in natural selection: the Valakians' extinction would allow the Menk to fulfill signs of further blossoming. A soul-searching Archer agrees with him: the Valakian species is prolonged but not cured, in order to avoid "taking sides."
An old man fears that he will die if his grandfather clock stops running.
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