Heinrich Haussner (Peter Cushing) is an ex-Nazi general and the leader of a right-wing German political party called N.E.I.N.
Haussner discovers that an illiterate young Munich woodcarver named Willi (Bud Cort) is the son of der Fuhrer and Eva Braun.
When his kindly guardian, “Uncle Fritz”, dies, 33-year-old Willi must leave his isolated Bavarian hideaway and try to enter society for the first time, oblivious of his father’s infamy.
Haussner eventually has to kidnap him from a mental institution and then try to prepare him to lead a new Reich – with disastrous results.
Nobody wanted this unfunny comedy when it was new, and it never received an official release.
The co-British/West German production was filmed in Munich under the working title Return To Munich for diplomatic reasons.