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The Monday Play: Fuhrer


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Concluding Allan Prior 's dramatisation of his biographical novel. 2: Hitler. Adolf Hitler was one of the most brutal dictators in history. How did he succeed in becoming Fuhrer and where did he formulate his concepts of power, race and territorial aggression?
With John Hollis , Jane Whittenshaw , Natasha Pyne , Becky Hindley and Theresa Gallagher Director Martin JenkinA
Part 1 broadcast Saturday at 7.50pm


Unknown: Allan Prior
Unknown: Adolf Hitler
Unknown: John Hollis
Unknown: Jane Whittenshaw
Unknown: Natasha Pyne
Unknown: Becky Hindley
Unknown: Theresa Gallagher
Director: Martin Jenkina
Adolf Hitler: Michael Maloney
Goering: Nickolas Grace
Goebbels: David Collings
Roehm: Michael Cochrane
Hess: Ian Hughes
Himmler: Christian Rodska
Ribbentrop/Meissner: Brett Usher
Putzi/Gestapo Officer: Andrew Branch
Helene: Jilly Bond
Geli: Emma Fielding
Emil Maurice: Brendan Coyle
Ludendorff: Michael Tudor Barnes
Amann: Stephen Tompkinson
Drexler/Frank/Chamberlain: Peter Yapp
Hoffman: Ian Masters
Henny Hoffman: Annabel Mullion
Eva Braun: Deborah Berlin
Hindenburg/Thyssen: Derek Waring

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The Monday Play: Fuhrer

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 May 1995 19.45

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