Black Fox: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler
Black Fox: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler is a 1962 documentary directed by Louis Clyde Stoumen, depicting the rise and fall of Nazi Germany, using Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's 1794 version of Reynard the Fox as a parallel.
|Black Fox: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler|
|Directed by||Louis Clyde Stoumen|
|Written by||Louis Clyde Stoumen|
Johann Wolfgang Goethe
|Produced by||Louis Clyde Stoumen|
|Narrated by||Marlene Dietrich|
|Edited by||Kenn Collins|
|Music by||Ezra Laderman|
|Distributed by||Capri Films|
It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1962. Black Fox was originally scheduled to be released by Astor Pictures. After Astor's bankruptcy, Black Fox was released by the newly-formed Capri Films.
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- "The 35th Academy Awards (1963) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved June 1, 2019.
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