Menemsha Films | Release Date: October 13, 2006
Summary: Christian Bauer's film "The Ritchie Boys" tells a story that's never been told before. It begins in Camp Ritchie, Maryland, the birthplace of modern psychological warfare, and it ends with the defeat of Germany in May of 1945. After D-Day the Ritchie Boys became a decisive force in the war. Nobody knew the enemy, his culture and his language better than they. Their mission: ascertain and break the enemy's morale. (Tangram)
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Runtime: 90 min
Production: Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR)
Genres: History, War, Documentary
Countries: Germany, Canada
Languages: English, German
Director Credit
Christian Bauer Director
Writer Credit
Christian Bauer Writer
Cast Credit
Fred Howard Himself
Guy Stern Himself
Hans Peter Hallwachs Narrator
Hans Spear Himself
Michael Hanrahan Narrator
Morris Parloff Himself
Philip Glaessner Himself
Richard Schifter Himself
Rudy Michaels Himself
Si Lewen Himself
Victor Brombert Himself
Werner Angress Himself
Producer Credit
Bill Howard Executive Producer: Discovery Wings
Christian Bauer Executive Producer
Dagmar Biller Producer
Donna Zuckerbrot Producer
Patricia Phillips Executive Producer