Fräulein Doktor

Fräulein Doktor

Fräulein Doktor is a First World War drama filmed in 1968 and released in 1969. It was a European co-production, (Italian and Yugoslavian) starring Suzy Kendall, Kenneth More, Capucine, James Booth, Giancarlo Giannini and Nigel Green. It was produced by Dino De Laurentiis and directed by Alberto Lattuada, with a music score by Ennio Morricone. It was distributed by Paramount Pictures in the United States.

Kenmerken

  • jaar uitgave: 1969
  • regisseur: Alberto Lattuada

Meer info

A woman spy working for the Germans during World War I participates in seducing and using French and British civilian and military personnel by which she aids in the bungling of the Allied effort to defeat Germany. She is semi-addicted to morphine. Of particular interest and importance to her is deciphering which ship Lord Kitchener will be sailing on for a conference in Russia. She then helps a German U-boat to sink HMS Hampshire outside Scapa Flow with Kitchener on it, taking his life and nearly all those on board. She later steals a formula for Mustard gas which the Germans use to great effect against the Allies on the battlefield.

Historische datum

28-07-1914

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