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Jul 7, 2005 | 9:18 AM EDT

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hello, this is a movie about my self and my brother. hope you like it..
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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

:) :) :)

THAT was nice

abd btw:
Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, at Braunau am Inn, Austria, a small town in Upper Austria, on the border with Germany. He was the fourth of six children of Alois Hitler (1837–1903), a customs official, and Klara Pölzl, Alois's niece and third wife. Of these six children, only Adolf and his younger sister Paula reached adulthood. Alois Hitler also had a son (Alois Junior) and a daughter (Angela) by his second wife. In Mein Kampf Hitler describes his father as an "irascible tyrant," although there is little indication that Alois Hitler treated his son more strictly than was usual for that time and place. Adolf's strict Catholic upbringing was typical for the region. He served as an altar boy and sang in the choir but was not a practicing Catholic as an adult, though in public discourses he continued to frequently claim he was a Christian.[1]

His father Alois was born out of wedlock and used his mother's surname, Schicklgruber, until he was 40. In 1896, he began using the name of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler, after visiting a priest responsible for birth registries and declaring that Georg was his father (Alois gave the impression that Georg was still alive but he was long dead). The spelling was probably changed to "Hitler" by a clerk. Later, Adolf Hitler was accused by his political enemies of not rightfully being a Hitler, but a Schicklgruber. This was also exploited in Allied propaganda during the Second World War when pamphlets bearing the phrase "Heil Schicklgruber" were airdropped over German cities. Adolf was legally born a Hitler, however, and was also closely related to Hiedler through his mother's family.

Hitler was not sure who his paternal grandfather was, but it was probably either Johann Georg Hiedler or his brother Johann von Nepomuk Hiedler. There have been rumours that Hitler was one-quarter Jewish and that his paternal grandmother, Maria Schicklgruber, had become pregnant after working as a servant in a Jewish household in Graz. During the 1920s, the implications of these rumours along with his known family history were politically explosive, especially for the proponent of a racist ideology. Opponents tried to prove that Hitler, the leader of the anti-Semitic Nazi Party, had Jewish or Czech ancestors. Although these rumours were never confirmed, for Hitler they were reason enough to conceal his origins. Soviet propaganda insisted Hitler was a Jew, though more modern research tends to diminish the probability that he had Jewish ancestors. Historians such as Werner Maser and Ian Kershaw argue this was impossible, since the Jews had been expelled from Graz in the 15th century and were not allowed to return until well after Maria Schicklgruber's alleged employment.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not bad

pretty short, but nice drawings and a good original idea to it too.
i liked this one.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Errr.. Suuure..

Good effort. Your a good cartoonist. Just make sense next time. Yeah, yeah.. I know.. you must fight with your brother alot or somthing..

Poison-Rat responds:

thank you maaaaan.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Uhmm, were you dropped on your head as a child?

What the fuck was that shit, although I give you props for using your down's syndrom modified brain to learn flash, I take away all props for using that knowledge to make the equal of what is found floating in my toilet after a hard night of drinking. I feel far stupider for watching that. My friend gave himself a frontal lobotomy with a pen knife to try to escape the pain (He failed, he's dead, and now I have a body to dispose of, thanks fukko).

Poison-Rat responds:

i see we have a fool who haventgot a movie true the jugdement! ! i think they all get blammed!! :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars


This was an interesting flash, i like how you have drawn your characters, and the detail you put into them was pretty nice. The music was not my type of music, but went good with the fighting. The animations were nice, but the backgrounds were a bit plain, maybe next time you could add more to it, but it was still interesting to watch...


Poison-Rat responds:

Well this is how a review should be. Thank's alot mate, i don't get much of them on NG..