Black Fox is the story of the most feared and fanatical national leader in all history. This is the story that traces Hitler’s bitter boyhood in Austria, his frustrated ambition to be an artist, his four years of soldiering in the First World War, and his ruthless drive to power in a defeated Germany. Black Fox concludes with Hitler’s death by his own hand in an underground bunker in smoldering Berlin.
BLACK FOX is a revealing film story of Adolf Hitler’s ambition, passion, demonic will, and million-fold murders. The picture is also a study in-depth of those tragic rivers of history which made Hitler’s rise possible and which came to confluence in an apocalypse of 50 million dead and a large part of the world in anguish and ruin. Narrated by Marlene Dietrich, this video won the 1962 Academy Award for best Documentary Feature.
“Marlene Dietrich’s cool, realistic narration of a disgraceful tale adds a new dimension to the often told details of Hitler’s rise and fall. As a German and a contemporary of the Fuhrer’s, she is well qualified to tell the story, and her measured tones do a great job of expressing the inexplicable nature of this so-recent piece of history.” — Thomas Southwell, Austin, TX
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC
Region: Region 1
Number of discs: 3
Studio: Kultur Video
DVD Release Date: Feb 2007
Run Time: 150 minutes
Black Fox: The Rise and Fall of Adolph Hitler (DVD):
- Item Price: $19.95
- Listed On: February 14, 2012