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Hitler: The Last Ten Days (1973)

A dramatization based on eye witness accounts of Hitler's final days in an underground bunker, his military henchmen, and his stormy relationship with Eva Braun.


Ennio De Concini


Ivan Moffat (english screenplay adaptation), Gerhardt Boldt (book) | 3 more credits »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alec Guinness ... Adolf Hitler
Simon Ward ... Hauptmann Hoffman
Adolfo Celi ... General Krebs
Diane Cilento ... Hanna Reitsch
Gabriele Ferzetti ... Fieldmarshall Keitel
Eric Porter ... General Von Greim
Doris Kunstmann ... Eva Braun
Joss Ackland ... General Burgdorf
John Barron ... Dr. Stumpfegger
John Bennett ... Josef Goebbels
Sheila Gish ... Frau Christian
Julian Glover ... Fegelein
Michael Goodliffe ... General Weidling
John Hallam ... Guensche
Barbara Jefford ... Magda Goebbels


A dramatization based on eye witness accounts of Hitler's final days in an underground bunker, his military henchmen, and his stormy relationship with Eva Braun.

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On April 29, 1945, in his air-raid bunker in Berlin, Adolf Hitler married Eva Braun. Martin Bormann was the best man. Each of the wedding guests received a silver-framed photograph of the Fuhrer and two cyanide capsules.


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Release Date:

1 November 1973 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Adorufu Hitorâ/Saigo no 10-kakan See more »

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Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


This was the second time Robert Rietty dubbed the voice for Adolfo Celi. This first time was in Thunderball (1965). See more »


During the wedding ceremony between Hitler and Eva, the marriage officiant goes through Eva's date of birth reading it out as 1910, yet Eva Braun was born in 1912. See more »


Eva Braun: [speaking to Hitler] What a pity for the world you couldn't have devoted your life to art.
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Alec Guinness' realistic portrayal
3 June 1999 | by PearseySee all my reviews

"Hitler: The Last Ten Days" is watchable chiefly due to the remarkable portrayal of the Nazi dictator by Alec Guinness. Guinness sought to portray Hitler as a man and succeeds in his efforts.

The opening credits, narrated by Alstair Cooke are noteworthy in giving a 5 minute history lesson bringing the viewer up to date - April 20, 1945 in the Berlin bunker of Adolph Hitler. The acts of Hitler in the final 10 days of his life, bizarre and murderous to the end, are worth watching only because of Guinness. He has the mannerisms and although I've never met Hitler, after watching this film, I felt that I had. The physical resemblance is startling.

Most frightening scene: Hitler's worst tantrum ever after finding out he had been "betrayed" by his generals. Alec Guinness goes from hysterical rage to sobbing "the war is lost" and makes you feel the terror his underlings must have felt.

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