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Selling Hitler

Selling Hitler

(2PC)
  • Release 13/07/2010
  • Film and TV Genre British-Comedy, Box Sets
  • Media Format DVD
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Price: £23.76

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Based on a true story, this uproarious farce dramatizes the making of a modern-day publishing fiasco. Emmy nominee Jonathan Pryce (Evita, Pirates of the Caribbean) stars as Gerd 'The Bloodhound' Heidemann, a German reporter who sniffs out a scoop that will revive his stalled career: recovering the lost diaries of Adolf Hitler. Gerd manages to convince Stern magazine to pony up millions for the documents, not knowing that a small-time forger (Alexei Sayle, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade) keeps churning them out from a shop in Stuttgart. The scheme hoodwinks eminent historians, Newsweek magazine, and even Rupert Murdoch - until the truth leaves everyone pointing fingers in fury.

Description

Title: Selling Hitler
Genre: British-Comedy, Box Sets
Starring: Alan Bennett, Richard Wilson, Jonathan Pryce, Alexei Sayle, Tom Baker, Alison Doody, Julie T. Wallace, Olivier Pierre, Peter Capaldi, John Shrapnel
Director: Alastair Reid
Studio: Acorn Media
Attributes: 2PC
Release Date: 13/07/2010
Media Format: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 054961842193
Closed Caption: Yes
Run Time: 256 minutes
Year of Release: 1991