Twentieth Century Fox released The Boys From Brazil on October 6, 1978. Franklin J. Schaffner directed the film which starred Gregory Peck, Laurence Olivier, and James Mason.
‘The Boys From Brazil’ Movie Summary
In The Boys From Brazil, Barry Kohler is a young Nazi hunter who tracks down a group of former SS officers meeting in Paraguay in the late 1970s. Dr Mengele leads a group of Nazis on a plan to do some unknown evil. Ezra Lieberman is an old Nazi hunter who is at first uninterested in Kohler’s findings. However, when he learns something of their plan, he wants to find out more. Lieberman visits several homes throughout Europe and the U.S. in order to uncover this Nazi plot. It’s at one of these houses that he notices something strange. It’s a discovery that turns out to be horrible in every way.
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