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The Devil's General

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The Devil's General
Directed byHelmut Käutner
Written byCarl Zuckmayer
Gyula Trebitsch
Helmut Käutner
George Hurdalek
Produced byWalter Koppel
Richard Gordon
StarringCurd Jürgens
Marianne Koch
Viktor de Kowa
Karl John
Eva Ingeborg Scholz
Harry Meyen
CinematographyAlbert Benitz
Edited byKlaus Dudenhöfer
Distributed byEuropa-Filmverleih AG
Distributors Corporation of America (US)
Release date
23 February 1955 (1955-02-23)
Running time
117 minutes
CountryWest Germany
LanguageGerman

The Devil's General (German: Des Teufels General) is a 1955 black and white West German film based on the play by Carl Zuckmayer.[1] The film features Curd Jürgens as General Harras, Marianne Koch, Viktor de Kowa, Karl John, Eva Ingeborg Scholz, and Harry Meyen.[2]

Plot

Nazi Germany in 1941. The title character is Luftwaffe General Harras, a highly decorated World War I veteran contemptuous of the Third Reich and the World War II attempt to conquer Europe. Initially courted by SS officials, he continually mocks the Nazi leadership, which leads to friends turning into enemies and suspicion from SS and Gestapo of what may be treason.

He is temporarily arrested by order of Heinrich Himmler and, after his release, is determined to break his deal with the devil. He backs the sabotage action of his flight engineer, threatens an SS officer at gunpoint and finally crashes his aircraft into the control tower of his airbase.

Cast

Production

Swedish Ju 86 (1976)
Swedish Ju 86 (1976)

The literary model by Zuckmayer was supposed to be based on the fate (and in the film nothing more) of his friend, Luftwaffe general Ernst Udet, who committed suicide in 1941. It was shot in Hamburg and Berlin using Swedish-built Junkers Ju 86 bombers with license-built Bristol Mercury engines on a local airfield including its offices with Esselte Files on the shelf. The parking lot contains a post-war VW Bus. All Uniforms were of a material and tailoring standard unknown in wartime Germany. Contrary to living quarters that were very close to that of well-to-do circles in Berlin at the time.[clarification needed]

At the German Film Awards of 1955 Marianne Koch won the Film Award in Silver for Outstanding Individual Achievement: Supporting Actress for her performance in the film.

References

  1. ^ "Des TEUFELS GENERAL (1955)". BFI.
  2. ^ "The Devil's General (1955) - Helmut Käutner | Cast and Crew | AllMovie" – via www.allmovie.com.
  3. ^ Zuckmayer, Carl. "Des Teufels General." ISBN 978-3-596-27019-4

External links

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