Description:10 09 18 00 Spectacle on the scene of theater. Atmosphere very smart and bourgeois, XIX-th lounge. Reception, worldly evening. Yvonne De Carlo in princess's dress, rather kitsch, dance on the air of the Johann Strauss's blue Danube. Dance steps, points, very elegant and graceful. The other dancers accompany him. In a balcony, spectators, two German officers in uniforms look to the binocular at the comedienne, the one is Bismarck. The officers exclaim in front of the beauty of the dancer, Yvonne De Carlo. A dancer enters and lifts the dancer. An elegant young man, Rod Cameron, enters the changing room, of both officers among whom Albert Dekker and Kurt Katch who embodies Bismarck. Cameron appears. One of the officers pushes him. Beginning the conflict among both men.