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A Memorial for one of the film's innocent bystanders....(Spoilers)


Let's have a moment of sympathy for Conrad Veidt's little dog, forced to join him on the suicide mission to blow up the battleship....yes, I realize the dog was a dauchund, and in the eyes of Warner Brothers, a Nazi sympathizer, but I don't think the dog's loyalties were clearly established....he might have had relatives held in kennels in the Fatherland and therefore forced into the role of Veidt's pet......

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Agreed. There was no need to send in Hansel to his death, this was an example of ruthlessness on the part of WB'S.

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