Tomorrow The World film Product Information
Tomorrow The World movie was released Feb 06, 2001 by the Image Entertainment studio. Fredric March, Agnes Moorehead, Betty Field, Skip Homeier, Joan Carroll - Dir:Leslie Fenton
Tomorrow The World review Product Description
Made during World War II, the title of this film refers to Hitler's chilling declaration, "Today Germany, Tomorrow the World!" A young boy who has grown up under the Nazi regime and is fully indoctrinated by the relentless propaganda is sent to the United States to live with his uncle. ...See Full Description
Tomorrow The World movie Customer Reviews
||Brillantly Acted Movie|
Tomorrow The World video This movie is so good. It is relevant for today. I have let everyone in my family see this movie and they all watched it over and over again, they loved it; even my nieces and nephews enjoyed it.
By debbiec (Los Angeles, CA)
||Excellent movie, a real classic|
Tomorrow The World film This is a great movie. I thought it would be just another goofy old movie, boy was I surprized. Depicted the fanaticism of the Hilter Youth and the way that children could be conditioned to turn against even their parents and family.
By dwatson251963 (Midwest City, Ok. USA)
||Excellent acting; very poor sound quality|
"Tomorrow The World" is a little known film starring great acting veterans such as Fredric March and Agnes Moorhead. The real star and central character is portrayed by "Skippy" Homier who went on to be a very successful adult actor (changing his first name from Skippy to Skip).
By Richard (Indianapolis, IN)
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Tomorrow The World video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1580350|
|Release Date||Feb 06, 2001|
|Also Known As||Tomorrow - The World|
|Running Time||82 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound|
Tomorrow The World DVD Features
Emil Bruckner, a young German boy who has been indoctrinated in Nazi propaganda, is sent to live with his mild-mannered American uncle (Academy Award winner Fredric March) in this critically acclaimed World War II classic. Now a rigid proponent of the Third Reich, Emil wreaks havoc on the whole community while his family struggles to counter the insidious Nazi influence. Based on the prize-winning Broadway play, the film remains a fascinating look at the battle between bigotry and tolerance and movingly portrays the personal effects of Hitler's chilling declaration: "Today Germany, Tomorrow the World."
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Full Frame - 1.33
Mono - English
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