Watch On The Rhine
The title is ironic, coming from a German patriotic song, as the Americans learn that they must keep watch on the Potomac. There is ironic dialogue as Teck and Kurt talk over the heads of Fanny and the children in the second act. Fanny makes humorously ironic comments about other people, as does David.
Watch on the Rhine
If you watch just one anti-fascist movie from the depths of the World War II era, make it "Casablanca." I mean, duh. But clearly, plenty of people saw this flick too, since one of its stars, Paul Lukacs, won the Oscar for Best Actor instead of Humphrey Bogart, who was arguably at his career's high point in "Casablanca." 041b061a72