He knew Catherine the Great, Count Cagliostro, Casanova and the man in the Moon's daughter. He rode on a cannonball and lived on the moon. He was the legendary Baron Munchausen, and his exploits are celebrated in the most lavish colour film extravaganza made during the Third Reich.
Commissioned in 1941 by Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels to commemorate the twentyfifth anniversary of Germany's greatest film studio, Ufa, Munchausen became the biggest entertainment project of the Third reich.
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