Leave for Berlin, 1959
Supplementary material continues: "Objection to the film's theme by political East Germany springs from the fact that the Leather Jackets found their inception in East Berlin because of the futility of life under Communist rule. Shortly after World War II their Communist masters urged them to invade West Germany to incite trouble among the youth of the Bonn government, but the action proved to be a boomerang for the Reds. To date the East German Communist government has only protested the making of the film to West Germany. Because these objections have been ignored the Reds now threaten to place the matter before the U.N. Oswald, who has directed some of Hollywood's outstanding films, including Bob Hope's 'Paric Holiday,' 'Night People', 'Man On A Tightrope,' and 'Screaming Mimi,' is the son of Richard Oswald, once Germany's foremost director who was forced to flee Nazi terror in 1938 and now lives in retirement here. 'Leather Jackets,' written by the Hungarian scenarist and playwright, Laslo Fodor, will be produced in English, German, French, and Italian by Artur (cq) Brauner for CCC Film Studios and will be released in the United States by United Artists".