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The Producers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 6 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 6 Summary

A few hours later, Max and Leo arrive at the Greenwich Village apartment of Franz Liebkind, who is on the rooftop of the building preparing to feed some homing pigeons kept in cages. Franz is a German immigrant and dressed in authentic German clothing; including, lederhosen and an army helmet.

Franz sings to his pigeons about his homesickness for Germany, and the pigeons join in cooing the melody. Franz does not notice that Max and Leo have entered his rooftop area and continues feeding the birds. Leo sarcastically remarks that this man must be Franz, due to his dress. Max warns Leo not to notice anything, to just look ahead at all times.

Max approaches Franz, who immediately says that he has never been a member of the Nazi party and did not even know there was a war going on. Max reassures Franz that...

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