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Thirty-Minute Theatre These Men are Dangerous 2: Hitler

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by JEAN BENEDETTI
An emaciated young man is moving from doss-house to doss-house in the Vienna of 1909. He is struggling desperately to receive recognition as an artist, but all he receives is abuse. He makes friends with a wily down-and-out called Reinhold Hanisch who for his own ends wants to help sell the paintings. But Hanisch is to remember his brief association with the young artist, for his name is Adolf Hitler.
Script editor DEREK HODDINOTT Designer JOHN COOPER Producer INNES LLOYD
Directed by RUDOLPH CARTIER
Kenneth Colley 's gaunt and already fanatical Hitter strikingly suggested the Nazi leader as he might have been at that time THE SUN

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Benedetti
Unknown: Reinhold Hanisch
Unknown: Adolf Hitler.
Unknown: Derek Hoddinott
Unknown: John Cooper
Unknown: Innes Lloyd
Directed By: Rudolph Cartier
Directed By: Kenneth Colley
Adolf Hitler: Kenneth Colley
Reinhold Hanisch: Ronald Lacey
Landlady: Pamela Cundell
Hostel Ofncial: Denis Cleary
Mother: Rose Power
Aunt: Nan Marriott-Watson
Johann Kanya: Vernon Dobtcheff
Count: Carl Jaffe
Banker: Harold Goldblatt
Father: Royston Tickner
Police Inspector: Kevin Brennan

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Thirty-Minute Theatre These Men are Dangerous 2: Hitler

BBC Two England, 29 August 1970 21.55






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