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Fritz Lang: How I needed to escape the Nazis

At the peak of his career in Germany, Austrian film director Fritz Lang met with Joseph Goebbels. Adolf Hitler thought that Lang would be the director to make 'the' Nazi film. It was a meeting that would result in Lang seeking refuge abroad.

Lang is interviewed by Alexander Walker on Release, originally broadcast in November 1967.

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