Tomorrow, the World! (1944) DVD5
Dr. Mike Frame (Fredric March), a widower, lives with his spinster sister Jessie (Agnes Moorehead) and daughter Pat. He is in love with Pat’s progressive schoolteacher Leona Richards (Betty Field) and early on they get engaged. Into their midst Mike brings nephew Emil Bruckner. Bruckner’s father was killed in a concentration camp for his anti-Fascist views and Emil’s mother died thereafter. Everyone, especially Pat, is excited by this new addition to the family.
But Emil turns out to be a committed Nazi. This twelve-year-old is so warped by Nazi philosophy that he loathes the memory of his father, an ardent anti-Nazi intellectual. He even attempts to foster racial intolerance among neighborhood children, and displays a fanatical hatred toward his uncle's Jewish fiancee. And as further evidence of his loyalty to the Fuehrer he schemes to obtain knowledge of the secret plans his uncle is working on for the War Department.

DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 | 01:22:26 | 3.16 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: none
Genre: Drama

Director: Leslie Fenton
Cast: Fredric March, Betty Field, Agnes Moorehead, Skip Homeier
Country: USA

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