|“||You will be punished for your insolence! You will be brought before the Fuhrer HIMSELF!!||„|
|~ Hutter's last words to Schmidt after learning the latter's true intentions.|
He was portrayed by Jan Pohl.
Hutter joined the Nazi Party following the end of World War I, effectively rising himself up to become a Major of the Nazi Army and becoming a loyal soldier to Hitler. However, unlike Hitler, Hutter grew doubtful over Red Skull's intention of utilizing HYDRA's weapons with the usage of the Norse gods' magic to bring forth a new world order.
In 1943, Hutter and his two colleagues (Roeder and Schneider) were sent by Hitler to Schmidt's base to question him about the progress in developing advanced weapons for the Nazis. During the tour over the base, Hutter is intrigued by the new HYDRA banners and uniforms. Schmidt showed Hutter and his colleagues his latest weapon: a Tesseract-powered cannon.
Though it would seemed that Hutter and his colleagues are unimpressed by the new weapon, things took a turn for the worst when Hutter learns that Schmidt is targeting many world capitals (including Berlin), realizing that Schmidt and HYDRA have defected from the Nazis. Hutter angrily vowed to have Schmidt arrested and brought towards Hitler for trial, but Schmidt uses his cannon to vaporize Hutter, making a horrified Roeder and Schneider realize that Schmidt isn't bluffing about his advanced weapons. Schmidt then uses his cannon to vaporize both Scheneider and Roeder, cementing HYDRA's new occupation as a group independent from the Nazis.
- In the What If...? series premiere "What If...Captain Carter Were The First Avenger?", alongside Roeder and Schneider, Hutter never visits Red Skull at his HYDRA fortress and is never killed by him with the Tesseract; instead, an unnamed Nazi general and two guards of his are the ones who visit Red Skull, who, lacking the Tesseract, shoots the general dead and his guards are taken hostage by his HYDRA soldiers. It's unknown why Peggy Carter becoming Captain Carter in that alternate universe affected Hutter's visit to Red Skull.