The Hitler Filmography
Worldwide Feature Film and Television Miniseries Portrayals, 1940 through 2000
About the Book
From the time his Nazi regime launched World War II to the present, Adolf Hitler has frequently been depicted on film. He was largely ridiculed at first, since laughter was a powerful weapon and morale booster for nations at war. Later representations were more somber and realistic, yet Hitler’s image never escaped the undertone of scorn.
This book concentrates exclusively on portrayals of Hitler in feature films and television miniseries. The filmography covers films with a factual historical storyline, fictional stories, alternate histories, parodies and films where actors playing Hitler have a cameo. Each entry provides production credits, an annotated cast list, an analysis and synopsis of the film, an evaluation of the actor playing Hitler in terms of the strengths and weaknesses of his portrayal, and representative quotations from the film.
About the Author(s)
Charles P. Mitchell
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Bibliographic Info: 51 photos, appendices, index
Copyright Date: 2009 
Table of Contents
Overview: Hitler Portrayals 5
The Hitler Filmography 11
Appendix One: MGM’s Aborted Hitler Western 257
Appendix Two: Hitler on Series Television 259
Appendix Three: Possible Hitler Film Projects 263
Book Reviews & Awards
“an excellent reference”—Classic Images; “detailed information on 100 films”—Booklist; “impressive…valuable…a treasure chest of cinema information”—Film & History; “the first book to document all known depictions…his appendices are equally as well thought out”—Big Reel; “absolutely outstanding…I can’t recommend it highly enough….splendid work…extremely well illustrated”—The Military Advisor; “Mitchell provides valuable evaluations…for all film collections”—Communication Booknotes Quarterly.