S.A.-Mann Brand

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S.A.-Mann Brand
SA mann Brand poster.jpg
Directed by Franz Seitz
Produced by Franz Seitz
Written by Curt J. Braun
Starring Heinz Klingenberg
Wera Liessem
Rolf Wenkhaus
Music by Toni Thoms
Edited by Gottlieb Madl
Release date
  • 1933 (1933)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Germany
Language German

S.A.-Mann Brand (Storm Trooper Brand) is a German film made around the time that Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. It was released in mid-June 1933.

The film presents the story of a truck driver, Fritz Brand, who joins the Nazi Sturmabteilung to defend Germany against communist subversion orchestrated from Moscow. He persuades his social circle of the imminent danger and the need to support Hitler in the federal election.

A review in the New York Times noted favorably the film's production value and the absence of any anti-Semitic message, while also expressing contempt for its unsophisticated plot.[1]


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