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  1. but it is a sequel to the silent film Dr. Mabuse the Gambler. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
  2. Dancing the waltz, Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse.
  3. So there is this Fritz Lang movie called The Testament of Dr. Mabuse. Its a talkie,
  4. a gang committing the same crimes Mabuse has been writing about. The film begins with a
  5. and being institutionalized at the very same asylum Mabuse is imprisoned in. When the police
  6. inspector, Karl Lohmann finds evidence linking the crimes to Mabuse, he goes to question
  7. Mabuse where he learns that he has died. The head of the asylum, Professor Baum, studies
  8. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse by Fritz Lang. A shocking tale of madness andmischief.
  9. the evil Mabuse say all of the Nazi slogans.
  10. Whats interesting is that this is actually the first time we actually hear Mabuse speak
  11. Despite this scene criticizing the Nazi party, the actor who played Mabuse ended up becoming
  12. Then Goebbels brought up The Last Will and Testament of Dr. Mabuse.He said,
  13. Look, theres a scene were the professor who runs the insane asylum in which Mabuse
  14. died, is driving home. And suddenly, near him appears Mabuse and tells him certain things.
  15. first husband was Rudolf Klein-Rogge, the actor who played Dr. Mabuse and C. A. Rotwang
  16. Motsi Mabuse.
  17. Ms. Mabuse: You guys are an amazing crowd.
  18. My name is Nkepile Mabuse and I will be the moderator
  19. Ms. Mabuse: Yes, the plan is to get somebody here in Soweto
  20. Ms. Mabuse: The choice is yours, Mr. President.