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Desc:Michael Kloft’s documentary on the history of Nazi television
Category:Educational, Arts
Tags:television, Hitler, germany, Nazi
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
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So much interesting stuff alone is worth five stars but the smug shit at 21:00 should be rewarded that special sixth in platinum.
Some choice bits:

9:55 - girl's sprechstimme with AH's cadence and hand gestures
12:45 - intermediate film method is an amazing kluge
20:55 - menacing standup
41:45 - racists in smocks measure skulls
48:35 - entartete dance
52:36 - amputee obstacle course!
This sounds trite, but your summation reads like TV Guide in Hell.

Imagine watching this and it's the only thing you ever heard of about the Third Reich.

Imagine watching this and it's the only thing you ever heard of about TV.

I think a re-reading of "The Man In The High Castle" is in order, for me.

Truly sinister, but my interest in all things prototypical makes it fascinating. It also throws pretty much all of early American programming into context as a placation device for WW2 vets and Korean soldiers.
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