Europeans criticized the choice of Millie Perkins for the lead role.
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The short life of the young diary writer, Anne Frank, has inspired numerous filmmakers in the 70 years since she died in a Nazi concentration camp.
Now, the first German-made feature is in the works.
Although her official death certificate noted her date of birth (June 12, 1929), her last residence (Amsterdam, Merwedenplan 37) and the date she was deported (August 8, 1944), it does not mention the exact day she died.
Only the month of Anne Frank's death in the Nazi concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen is confirmed.
According to eye-witnesses, it may have been on March 12, 1945 that she died of exhaustion and typhus in the camp. Seventy years later, the biography of the young girl continues to touch hearts world-wide.
Countless films, documentaries and television series have been made about her, including a Japanese manga.
The first attempts "The Diary of Anne Frank" was the first film adaptation of her story.
The successful producer and US director George Stevens, winner of the Oscar for Best Director for "Giant" in 1956, was hired to direct the film in 1959.
He had experienced Nazi occupation firsthand as an officer for the US Army in charge of a film unit which covered major events of the war, such as the Allies D-Day invasion of Normandy, General de Gaulle's glorious march into Paris and the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp near Munich.