The Diary of Anne Frank (Part One)
Only director George Stevens could transfer this extraordinary portrayal of humanity set during one of history’s most inhumane periods into a motion picture of such singular power and everlasting relevance in which Dick Dinman’s guest Millie Perkins brilliantly portrays the insightful 13-year-old biographer of her family’s two-year hiding from the Nazi’s murderous aggression in an Amsterdam attic.
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Dinman, Dick, "The Diary of Anne Frank (Part One)" (2009). DVD Classics Corner On The Air. 273.