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The Real-Life Femme Fatale German Spy, Elsbeth Schragmuller, Using A Combination Of Sex, Drugs And A Clockwork Mind, Leads A Team Of Saboteurs To Kill Lord Kitchener, Steal Allied Defense Plans And Use The New French Poison Gas Formula Against Them In This 1969 Psychedelic Spy Thriller Starring Suzy Kendall, Kenneth More And Nigel Green, Directed By Alberto Lattuada And Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1 Hour 44 Minutes.) #FrauleinDoktor #ElsbethSchragmuller #MademoiselleDocteur #FairLady #LaBaronne #MlleSchwartz #SuzyKendall #KennethMore #NigelGreen #AlbertoLattuada #Spying #Espionage #HistoricalDrama #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Cinema #ItalianCinema #CinemaOfItaly #YugoslavianCinema #CinemaOfYugoslavia #WorldWarI #WorldWarOne #WorldWar1 #WWI #WW1 #FirstWorldWar #FirstEuropeanWar #WarToEndAllWars #TheWarToEndAllWars #TheGreatWar #EuropeanCivilWar #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
Fraulein Doktor is a 1969 spy film loosely based on the life of Elsbeth Schragmuller. It was an Italian and Yugoslavian co-production directed by Alberto Lattuada, starring Suzy Kendall and Kenneth More, and featuring Capucine, James Booth, Giancarlo Giannini and Nigel Green. It was produced by Dino De Laurentiis and has a music score by Ennio Morricone. It was distributed by Paramount Pictures in the United States.
Elsbeth Schragmuller, also known as Fraulein Doktor and Mademoiselle Docteur, as well as Fair Lady, La Baronne and Mlle. Schwartz, (August 7, 1887, Schlusselburg near Petershagen, Kingdom of Prussia, German Empire - February 24, 1940, Munich, Germany) was a German spy during World War I. For many years, she was invariably known as Mademoiselle Docteur or Fraulein Doktor, her actual name being revealed only in 1945 from German intelligence documents captured by the Allies after World War II, when she had already died of miliary tuberculosis in 1940. Her nickname acknowledges the fact that she had a doctoral degree in political science, not psychology as some fictional portrayals have claimed, from the University of Freiburg. She was one of the first generation of German women to gain an academic degree. Her activities were the subject of various urban legends during the First World War, but since she was neither captured nor unmasked during her lifetime, much of her life story remains obscure and speculative, and it is unclear to what extent the various fictional treatments of her life story are accurate. Her death early in the Second World War makes it unlikely that she contributed materially to the war effort even if some have claimed that she again engaged in espionage activities.