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I just saw the film STUKA under the direction of Karl Ritter, with Carl Raddatz and other young and promising German actors. Does anybody know details about how it was made. I noticed a great number of extras, my guess was that they were most probably real life officers and NCO. Any details besides what it can be seen in the film itself will be greatly appreciated. I heard that the only Southamerican country where it was presented during WWII was Argentina.
For experts: There were no flaws in uniforms or insignia in this film!
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Because in 1940 a German production doesn't need to make fake wardrobe uniforms...For experts: There were no flaws in uniforms or insignia in this film!
The film as others military propaganda movies of these years ( D III 88 ) was made under the collaboration of the Luftwaffe
German actor Carl Raddatz, uniformed as Luftwaffe officer in ' Wunschkonzert' (1940)