Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall

Based on the first volume of Spike Milligan's wartime memoirs, this successful transition from page to screen takes us into the 56th Heavy Regiment, Royal Artillery in training for World War II. When news breaks that Hitler has invaded Poland, Spike's (Jim Dale) rise to jazz stardom is interrupted as he is forced to prepare for brutal war. In training, Spike and his mischievous crew of newfound friends, stumble through a series of amusing and not-so-amusing misadventures. With Arthur Lowe, Bill Maynard, Tony Selby, Windsor Davies, and Spike Milligan as Mr. Milligan.

Year: 1973
Genre: Comedy
Country: UK
Director: Norman Cohen
Starring: Jim Dale, Arthur Lowe, Bill Maynard, Spike Milligan
Duration: 99 Minutes
Rating: M
Location in store: Comedy



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