Official list - GERMANY - Films made during the Third Reich banned by the Allies after WWIIby chrisgreseque | created - 05 Oct 2013 | updated - 01 Jun 2014 | Public
(In German: Liste der unter allierter Militärzensur verbotenen deutschen Filme)
After Nazi Germany unconditional surrender in 1945, the Allied Control Council responsible for film censorship issued a list of German and Austrian films forbidden to be shown to the general public, to prevent the propagation of Nazi ideology.
As of today, I have only seen 4 of the 175 films (2.29%)
1. Achtung! Feind hört mit! (1940)
102 min | Drama, History, Romance
This is the war and everybody in Germany should beware : the enemy is listening. One family in particular had better be even more careful than the average citizen of the Reich : the ... See full summary »
4. Alarm auf Station III (1939)
96 min | Crime
During the Prohibition the US government has been just as successful at stopping drinking as they have been in the War on Drugs. Customs Officer Arne Kolk is determined to stop the alcohol smugglers at any price.
18. Bismarck (1940)
118 min | Biography, Drama
A biographical film of Otto von Bismarck, the Prime Minister of Prussia, and how he and his policies - including aggressive war - helped to unite Germany.
19. Der Choral von Leuthen (1933)
91 min | Biography, Drama, History
The story of the rise to power of King Frederick II (aka "Frederick the Great") of Prussia of his military campaigns to make Prussia a major power in Europe.
20. Die Degenhardts (1944)
93 min | Drama
A stuffy old civil servant is forced to retire during World War II, but when his son, a Navy submariner, is lost at sea and his city is heavily bombed by English bombers, his old patriotism... See full summary »
28. Bismarck's Dismissal (1942)
110 min | Drama, History
A sequel to 1940's "Bismarck", Bismarck is dismissed by an under-pressure Wilhelm II. Then the treaty with Russia is in peril as the leader is left with the dilemma of who could complete Bismarck's work.
29. Der Etappenhase (1937)
110 min | Comedy, Romance, War
This Forum Film Company comedy from Germany, directed by comedian Joe Stoeckle, focuses on a group of German soldiers billeted behind the lines in a captured French town during WW I, and ... See full summary »
31. Der Fall Brenken (1934)
88 min | Drama
Shots fall at night at Gussersee Hotel. Hermann Brenken, general manager of a large company, is attacked. Newspapers hype up the case and offer a reward for its clarification.
37. Fridericus (1937)
97 min | Drama
In 18th century Europe, King Friedrich II of Prussia leads his army through the seven-years-war with neighboring states, and after numerous near defeats, eventually brings a victorious army back to Berlin.
39. The Fox of Glenarvon (1940)
91 min | Drama
An English peace judge in an Irish district is married to an Irishwoman. She is a caring patriot. He is heavily indebted by a life of luxury, and doesn't shy away from dark deeds to maintain his lifestyle.
44. Die Geliebte (1939)
Lieutenant von Warp falls head over heels for Terese. He wants to marry her and is willing to give up his career in the Imperial Army to be with her. After he gets to know about a past ... See full summary »
46. Das Gewehr über (1939)
97 min | Drama, War