Peter Lorre (* Juni als László Loewenstein in Ružomberok, Österreich-Ungarn, heute. Lorre, Peter (eigentlich Loewenstein, Ladislav). Schauspieler, * Rosenberg (Ungarn), † Hollywood. (israelitisch). Übersicht; NDB 15 (). Peter Lorre (* Juni als László Loewenstein in Rosenberg, Ungarn, Österreich-Ungarn, heute Slowakei; † März in Los Angeles) war ein.
Lorre, PeterPeter Lorre wurde am Juni als László Loewenstein und Sohn eines Kaufmanns im damals Österreich-Ungarischen Rosenberg (Ružomberok, heute. Peter Lorre. Weitere Namen. Ladislav Loewenstein (Geburtsname) László Loewenstein (Weiterer Name). Darsteller. Peter Lorre (* Juni als László Loewenstein in Ružomberok, Österreich-Ungarn, heute.
Peter Lorre Navigation menu VideoPeter Lorre. 3/24/ · Actor Peter Lorre, the Carpathian mountain boy who became a professional ogre, sleepy-voiced comedian, and bon vivant, died Monday of an apparent stroke in his tiny Hollywood apartment. 9/23/ · List of the best Peter Lorre movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Peter Lorre's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Peter Lorre movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Peter Lorre movies will be at the top of the list. Peter Lorre M. Arsenico e vecchi merletti. Jerry souffre-douleur. Bałkany. La bella de Moscú.
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The meetings would sometimes last for days. Lorre was born in the Hungarian village of Rosenberg and grew up in Vienna.
At 17 he became stage-struck and ran away from home. For 10 years the aspiring actor played bit parts in amateur productions. The portrayal made him famous, and other roles followed.
Next came Hollywood and a distinguished year career. Lorre and Greenstreet appeared in numerous films together, but later decided to end their collaboration.
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The Maltese Falcon is a Warner Bros. Casablanca Ingrid Bergman, Humphrey Bogart. Casablanca is a American romantic drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and based on Passage to Marseille Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre.
Passage to Marseille is a war film made by Warner Brothers, directed by Michael Curtiz Stranger on the Third Floor Peter Lorre, Elisha Cook.
Stranger on the Third Floor is a film noir, starring Peter Lorre and released by RKO He traveled for several years acting on stage throughout his home region, Vienna, Berlin, and Zurich, including working with Bertolt Brecht , until Fritz Lang cast him in a starring role as the psychopathic child killer in the German film M After several more films in Germany, including a couple roles for which he learned to speak French, Lorre left as the Nazis came to power, going first to Paris where he made one film, then London where Alfred Hitchcock cast him as a creepy villain in The Man Who Knew Too Much , where he learned his lines phonetically, and finally arrived in Hollywood in In his first two roles there he starred as a mad scientist in Mad Love directed by recent fellow-expatriate Karl Freund , and the leading part of Raskolnikov in Crime and Punishment , by another expatriate German director Josef von Sternberg , a successful movie made at Lorre's own suggestion.
He returned to England for a role in another Hitchcock film, Secret Agent , then back to the US for a few more films before checking into a rehab facility to cure himself of a morphine addiction.
After shaking his addiction, in order to get any kind of acting work, Lorre reluctantly accepted the starring part as the Japanese secret agent in Thank You, Mr.
Moto , wearing makeup to alter his already very round eyes for the part. He ended up committed to repeating the role for eight more "Mr.
Moto" movies over the next two years. Lorre played numerous memorable villain roles, spy characters, comedic roles, and even a romantic type, throughout the s, beginning with his graduation from 30s B-pictures The Maltese Falcon Among his most famous films, Casablanca , and a comedic role in the Broadway hit film Arsenic and Old Lace After the war, between and '49 Lorre concentrated largely on radio and the stage, while continuing to appear in movies.
In Autumn he traveled to West Gemany where he wrote, directed and starred in the critically acclaimed but generally unknown German-language film L'homme perdu , adapted from Lorre's own novel.
Lorre returned to the US in , somewhat heavier in stature, where he used his abilities as a stage actor appearing in many live television productions throughout the 50s, including the first James Bond adaptation Climax!
In that decade, Lorre had various roles, often to type but also as comedic caricatures of himself, in many episodes of TV series, and variety shows, though he continued to work in motion pictures, including the Academy Award winning Around the World in 80 Days , and a stellar role as a clown in The Big Circus In the late 50s and early s he worked in several low-budget films, with producer-director Roger Corman , and producer-writer-director Irwin Allen , including the aforementioned The Big Circus and two adventurous Disney movies with Allen.
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He has retreated to the manor house for the past few years—seen by only a few close friends. These include his nurse, Julie Holden Andrea King ; his secretary and astrologist Hillary Cummins Peter Lorre ; a friend, Bruce Conrad Robert Alda ; and his sister's son, Donald Arlington John Alvin.
Ingram has fallen in love with Julie Holden, and has changed his will so that she receives the vast bulk of his enormous estate when he dies.
But Julie is secretly in love with Conrad. The change in the will disinherits Arlington and Cummins, and Cummins tries to expose Holden's affair. Ingram, outraged at the slander on his beloved's good name, tries to choke Cummins to death.
Only Julie's arrival after meeting Conrad in the garden saves him. Later that night, Ingram is awakened by the howling wind from a storm outside.
He climbs into his wheelchair, makes it to the top of the stairs, and calls out for Julie who never comes to his aid. Ingram falls down the stairs, breaking his neck.
The audience does not see if Ingram was pushed or if he fell. Commissario Ovidio Castanio J. Carrol Naish of the local police investigates the death, but finds little sign of murder.
A few days later, Donald's father Raymond Arlington Charles Dingle arrives, determined to ensure that his son gets the inheritance. The Maltese Falcon Joel Cairo.
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