Enemy of Women (November 10, 1944)

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A Shot in the Dark
 

Released on November 10, 1944: The story of Doctor Paul Joseph Goebbels and Maria Brandt, the woman scorned, as the Nazi party tries to conquor the world.

Produced by W.R. Frank

Directed by Alfred Zeisler

The Actors: Claudia Drake (Maria Brandt), Wolfgang Zilzer (Doctor Paul Joseph Goebbels), Donald Woods (Doctor Hans Traeger, MD), H.B. Warner (Colonel Eberhart Brandt), Sigrid Gurie (Magda Quandt), Ralph Morgan (Mr. Quandt), Gloria Stuart (Bertha), Robert Barrat (publisher Wallburg), Beryl Wallace (Jenny Hartman), Byron Foulger (brown shirt Krause), Lester Dorr (Hanussen the medium), Crane Whitley (Hanke, Goebbels' secretary), Charles Halton (Uncle Hugo, radio performer), Marin Sais (Frau Bendler), Lotte Palfi Andor (housekeeper), Stephen Roberts (informer), Gene Roth (Gestapo announcer), Erskine Sanford (Levine), Ben Taggart (news chief), Harry Tenbrook (Gestapo man), Emmett Vogan (Brieger, radio station man)

 

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World War II from the German Perspective

Well, almost from the German perspective . . . actually an American movie taking place in Germany explaining the public perception of Doctor Paul Joseph Goebbels, with what was known publically about the relationship between Dr. Goebbels and a lady he loved Maria Brandt. As we watch this story of a man who loved Maria and was scorned by her, we also get a unique view of the rise of Hitler and the Nazi party in Germany by many of the Germans who fled to America before the war started. This story was filmed in 1944 as the war was raging around the world, and the story doesn't reflect all of the atrocities that were later discovered by the world. In fact, the real Dr. Goebbels would die by his own hand within a year after this movie hit the big screen. With World War II raging and D-Day still in the future as this movie was being filmed, the movie theater audience and the D-Day Allied invasion of Normandy, France was still in the future and the outcome of the war was far from certain. If anyone in the West still had reservations about defeating the Nazi regime, this film might change some minds. The German actor who played the part or Dr. Goebbels, Wolfgang Zilzer, who looked remarkably like the real Dr. Goebbels, was concerned about his image that he insisted on being credited not as Wolfgang Zilzer, but Paul Andor, not wanting to connect his real name with the infamous brute. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn and return to the dangerous, dark and confusing days of the greatest conflict in the modern history of the world.

Beryl Wallace and Lester Dorr
Beryl Wallace and Lester Dorr
Beryl Wallace and Wolfgang Zilzer
Beryl Wallace and Wolfgang Zilzer
Beryl Wallace as Jenny Hartmann
Beryl Wallace as Jenny Hartmann
Beryl Wallace and Lester Dorr
Beryl Wallace and Lester Dorr
Beryl Wallace
Beryl Wallace
Charles Halton
Charles Halton
Claudia Drake in 1944
Claudia Drake in 1944
Claudia Drake and Donald Woods
Claudia Drake and Donald Woods
Claudia Drake meets Donald Wood
Claudia Drake meets Donald Wood
Claudia Drake in Enemy of Women
Claudia Drake in Enemy of Women
Crane Whitley
Crane Whitley
Donald Wood and Claudia Drake
Donald Wood and Claudia Drake
H.B. Warner and Claudia Drake
H.B. Warner and Claudia Drake
H.B. Warner in Enemy of Women
H.B. Warner in Enemy of Women
Lester Dorr and Wolfgang Zilzer
Lester Dorr and Wolfgang Zilzer
Marin Sais and Claudia Drake
Marin Sais and Claudia Drake
Ralph Morgan
Ralph Morgan
Robert Barrat
Robert Barrat
Sigrid Gurie
Sigrid Gurie
Wolfgang Zilzer
Wolfgang Zilzer