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Director  Karl Ritter
Music director  Herbert Windt
Country  Nazi Germany
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Genre  Drama
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Language  German
Above All Else in the World I love poetry and my country above all else in the world Picture
Release date  21 March 1941
Writer  Felix Lutzkendorf, Karl Ritter
Screenplay  Karl Ritter, Felix Lutzkendorf
Cast  Paul Hartmann (Oberstleutnant Steinhart), Hannes Stelzer (Hans Wiegand), Fritz Kampers (Fritz Möbius), Carl Raddatz (Carl Wiegand), Oskar Sima (Leo Samek), Berta Drews (Anna Möbius)
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Above All Else in the World (German:Über alles in der Welt) is a 1941 German drama film directed by Karl Ritter and starring Paul Hartmann, Hannes Stelzer and Fritz Kampers. The title refers to the second line of the German national anthem. It was made as a propaganda film designed to promote Nazi Germany's war aims in the Second World War.

Synopsis

Following the outbreak of war, Germans abroad face persecution from the British and French authorities.

References

Above All Else in the World Wikipedia
Above All Else in the World IMDb Above All Else in the World themoviedb.org


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