Does World Cat really want us to believe that a film made by Gaumont in England staring a refugee from Nazi Germany is a Nazi propaganda film? This 1934 English film is not the 1940 pet project of Goebbels and directed by the war criminal Veit Harlan although person who wrote the synopsis seems to think it is. Rather, it a positive portrayal of Oppenheimer and one which Goebbels hoped to bury under his twisted version. Apparently Goebbels work is still going on, as the synopsis writer for worldcat has only chosen to write about the Goebbels presentation without bothering learn anything about the film he was writing about.
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