Don't Be a Sucker (1943)|
A street corner agitator exclaims: "We'll never be able to call this country our own, until its a country without. Without what? "Without negroes, without alien foreigners, without catholics. Without freemasons!"
One man in the crowd responds: "Whats wrong with the masons? I'm a mason. Hey that mans talking about me." [00:05:11]
In a flashback scene, a Nazi street corner agitator in 1932 Berlin exclaims: "Then there are the freemasons. In Germany we have no place for secret societies. There will be only one society and that is the Nazi party. There will be no secrecy about that!" A freemason in the crowd looks at his ring. [00:09:55]
Don't Be a Sucker (1943). Felix Bressart, Paul Lukas, Lloyd Nolan. 22 min. USA, English. Black and White, Mono War Department Educational Film. E.T. 6 MCMXLVII United States of America War Office This film will not be shown to the general public without permission of the War Department. (1942)