Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall (film)
|Adolf Hitler: My Part in his Downfall|
Theatrical release poster.
|Directed by||Norman Cohen|
|Produced by||Norman Cohen
|Written by||Spike Milligan
|Music by||Wilfred Burns
|Edited by||Tony Lenny|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|Running time||102 min.|
Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall is a 1973 film adaptation of the first volume of Spike Milligan's autobiography. It starred Jim Dale as the young Terence "Spike" Milligan. Spike played the part of his father, Leo Milligan.
London, 1940. Aspiring jazz musician Terence "Spike" Milligan reluctantly obeys his call-up and joins the Royal Artillery regiment at Bexhill-on-Sea, where he begins training to take part in World War II. But along the way Spike and his friends get involved in many amusing - and some not-so amusing - scrapes.
The film is based on the first volume of Milligan's war memoirs.
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