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Stauffenberg, Movie made for TV, 2004 IMDB

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  • Operation Valkyrie

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garco NL

2007-10-07 10:22

Also Known As:Operation Valkyrie (Germany) (DVD title)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-10-07 12:53

Quote Filming Locations for
Stauffenberg (2004) (TV)

Berlin, Germany

Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand, Stauffenbergstrasse, Berlin, Germany

North Rhine - Westphalia, Germany


garco NL

2007-10-07 14:14

The desert scene's are not mentioned there, but It is supposed to be Tunesia.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-10-07 14:19

The desert scenes were probably filmed in Tunisia, Morocco or southern Spain, which seem to be the usual locations for anything set in North Africa.

Lateef NO

2009-07-21 11:00

I was actually going to do this movie soon....

Ah.. Now I understand why I didn't find it in the firstplace. I spelt it like Strauffenberg in my search.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-21 11:02:04

ingo DE

2009-07-21 12:56

There was a big public discussion, if the team should be allowed to use the orignal "Bendlerblock" as location. At first because it was Hollywood, and the second -for some people bigger- reason was the fact, that Tom Cruise is a crusading Scientology-member. Scientology is illegal in Germany.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-07-21 13:18

Yes, but this isn't the one with Tom Cruise.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-21 13:18:58

Tönz DE

2009-07-21 13:41

This is Jo Baier's TV version (ARD) with Sebastian Koch starring as Stauffenberg. You're referring to Valkyrie with Tom Cruise.

Other movies with more or less the same plot are:
Georg Pabst's Es geschah am 20. Juli with Bernhard Wicki (1955),
Falk Harnack's Der 20. Juli featuring Wolfgang Preiss as Stauffenberg (1955),
some TV versions from 1970, 1971 and 1984,
Lawrence Schiller's The Plot to Kill Hitler with Brad Davis in the leading role (1990),
Hans-Erich Viet's ZDF-TV version Die Stunde der Offiziere featuring Harald Schrott
and another ARD-TV version from 2009.

ingo DE

2009-07-21 18:39

Oh yes, you're right. I haven't looked carefully. I was wondering "Oh, from 2004. Wasn't the discussion not that far in the past?". My fault.

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