Reichmarshal Julius RosemeyerReichsmarshal Julius Rosemeyer is a very intelligent person. He is suspicious to anything he doesn't have complete control of, like the situation when Smith and Schaffer enter the Golden hall. He never shows if Smith has managed to persuade him with his twisted tale - he would probably keep his disbelief towards Smith untill he and Schaffer have left and everything turned out to be exactly the way Smith said.
When Rosemeyer declares he doesn't want Gestapo around "clattering with their torture chambers" at the moment, it is not his weak heart speaking. He is just looking practically at things. Facts
Name: Julius Rosemeyer
Actor: Ferdy Mayne
Role description:Major role
First appearance: 00:28:17 (On the courtyard)
Ferdy Mayne's impression of Reichsmarshal Rosemeyer is as good as it can get. The Rosemeyer in the picture is one of the few characters that doesn't differ from the novel, and with Mayne making a perfectly formidable appearance in the incarnation of Reichsmarshal Rosemeyer, he somewhat helps erasing the border between fiction and reality in the story.
[In the Golden Hall.]
Major John Smith: All right gentlemen...
Major von Hapen: Stay where you are! I advise you to keep perfectly still. Drop your gun Major.
[Smith drops his gun.]
Major von Hapen: You too, Lieutenant!
[Schaffer drops his automatic.]
Major von Hapen: By the fireplace!
[Schaffer places himself by the fireplace.]
Colonel Paul Kramer: Thank God you're here Major. We were just about to...
Major von Hapen: Sit down, Colonel! Everybody remain as he is untill I find out what exactly is going on here.
Colonel Paul Kramer: What do you mean? I'm sure you can see what's going on...
Major von Hapen: SIT! Down. Colonel.
Major John Smith: It's perfectly simple, Major. The Lieutenant here and myself have just uncovered a complot to assassinate the fŸhrer.
[Rosemeyer gets up.]
Reichmarshal Julius Rosemeyer: This is preposterous!!
Major von Hapen: Sit down!
Reichmarshal Julius Rosemeyer: That Major von Hapen, does he know General Carnaby is here?
Colonel Paul Kramer: Yes, I did inform him about his arrival, but not about his importance.
Reichmarshal Julius Rosemeyer: Good. If it's possible I prefer to keep Gestapo out of this matter until after we have the information that we want. We don't need them clattering with their torture chambers. This can remain strictly an Army matter for the time being.
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