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Hans Curlis, 1936) and Hitlerjunge Quex, shares a number of features with Weimar's New Woman, "youth, athleticism, activity, and a certain androgyny," and was modeled after Weimar-era stars such as Hertha Thiele (the star of Madchen), Renate Muller, and Leni Riefenstahl ("Disziplinierung" 162).
As Karsten Witte and Eric Rentschler have recently noted, traces of the stylistic innovations of Expressionism and of the Communist workers' films of the early 1930s reappear in films from Hans Steinhoff's 1933 Hitler Youth Quex/Hitlerjunge Quex and Luis Trenker's 1934 The Prodigal Son/Der verlorene Sohn to J.A.
To show that similar situations are employed in other films, she then considers several works set in other periods and in different genres, including such explicit films of Nazi propaganda as Hitler Youth Quex. (Goebbels later banned the making of films so overtly propagandist as the last mentioned--audiences were turned off by them.)
In a less serious vein, Trelawny of the "Wells" (produced in 1898) portrayed theatrical company life in the old style of the 1860s, and The Gay Lord Quex (1899) was about a theatrical rake.
That this Baskerville can be taken to be the printer is proved by an annotation in a second item among the papers at Quex Park: a copy of Aulay Macaulay's shorthand textbook Polygraphy (1747) belonging to Dougharty's second son John (b.
The second film, Hitler Youth Quex (1933), features a young hero who is the son of an unemployed communist worker.
Though Harlan never became a member of the Nazi Party (the only prominent helmer to do so was Hans Steinhoff, director of "Hitlerjunge Quex"), his protestations of being an artist concerned only with his art were about as convincing as Leni Riefenstahl's.
the propagandistic films Ohm Kruger, Hitlerjunge Quex, and Der alte und der junge Konig, a Bergfilm, Die Weisse Holle vom Piz Palu, in the form of its sound-film remake, and the frivolous Operette) are more likely to reinforce prejudices about Nazi cinema than to enlighten readers as to the diverse currents and cross-currents in the film of the Third Reich.
Kilburn High Road was closed between Willesden Lane and Quex Road while the firefighters worked, causing significant rush hour disruption.
(One needs to remember here that "Nazi" abbreviates the "National Socialist German Workers Party.") Two films that were designed as vehicles to convince workers that they should shift support from the Communist to the Nazi Party were Hans Westmar (1933) and Hitler Youth Quex (Hitlerjunge Quex) (1933).