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Tomorrow, the World!(1944)

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  • Guess What? Today Is 'Tomorrow' -

    • Martha Trowbridge
    • 9/23/16

    Vivid, real. Terrifying portal into the Nazi psyche. In March 1945 Adolf Hitler established the Nazi Underground: a worldwide network of saboteurs and spies to carry on the work of the Third Reich. Study today's world. Hitler's demonic imprint lives on.

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    • kevin sellers
    • 9/17/16

    I'm writing to correct Don's previous review where he writes about "muslin" militants. Unless he means "dangerous cloth" I beleive the proper spelling is "Muslim." But then again with idiots like this he may well have been talking about drapery.

  • tomorrow the world

    • kevin sellers
    • 9/17/16

    Who knew that in the heart of a Hitler Youth there was a Beaver Cleaver yearning to be free?

  • Fredrick March Salute

    • estanoche
    • 9/16/16

    Seen for my first time,March fantastic as man who takes in Skip Homeier,a German orphan relative,not realizing how evil the kid is.He learns the hard way when the little stormtrooper calls a woman a Jew,and almost kills his daughter.His being forgiven is as far fetched as Yale's letting a window smasher get away scot free and have his job reinstated,and UCONN having to rehire a potsmoker on duty per CT courts.UGGHH!

  • Hitler's youth in America

    • Don
    • 1/27/08

    fantastic movie, highly recommended, this movie can be remade easily and changed to modern times and how militant muslin views America.

  • Crazy movie!!!

    • Kevyn
    • 7/3/07

    One of the funniest movies I have ever seen.

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