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November 20th, 2008
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  • Claude McDonald

    I have seen the movied on Jan 1st and think it is extremely well done. I grew up in the 30-40’s and all those names of actors, direcors , writers are so familiar to me as a movied buff to this day. I would like to know how I might purchase a copy of the print?

  • Claude McDonald

    I have seen the movie on Jan 1st and think it is extremely well done. I grew up in the 30-40’s and all those names of actors, direcors , writers are so familiar to me as a movie buff to this day. I would like to know how I might purchase a copy of the print?

  • phyllis williams

    I am interested in purchasing this movie…can you send me information on this?

    thank you

  • Bob Wolfe

    I, too, was growing up when all this happened and I would certainly like to buy a copy, It is not listed in your list of available DVDs. How?

  • Michael Selinger

    I would also be interested in buying this superb, remarkable production. Very important work.

  • Brian A. Kirkland

    Loved the movie. But Dietrich was the “female lead” of Foreign Affair. The female lead was Jean Arthur. Dietrich’s was a supporting roll. And Wyler wasn’t “hired” to document the death camps. He was a serving officer during the war.

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