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Paul Henreid

Paul Henreid

  • Meet Me In Las Vegas (1956, September 03 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Now, Voyager (1942, September 22 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Now, Voyager (1942, September 29 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Casablanca (1942, October 03 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Dead Ringer (1964, November 15 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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  • What a man!!

    • Kim
    • 2013-11-07

    Love Paul Henreid!! Sexy, rugged, debonair!! Swoon~ Thank you tcm for showing his movies! Please show them again soon! So many movies he did! Hope to see the ones I have seen and all the others! God Bless you Paul! RIP! <3

  • Paul Henried

    • Nancy
    • 2012-03-24

    I have seen "Now Voyager" at least 100 times. This man was the essence of sexy and handsome. The films of that time were so much better than the films of now. The scene after the taxi crash...fades and leaves one to decide just what happened between the two people. Today...well that is another story. I am sick of the movies of today. They are filled with filthy mouths and filthy scenes. Let's go back to "fading into the sunset". He could light a cigarette for me any day and I don't even smoke. How wonderful to find that he married ONE woman and stayed married. I miss him

  • Statistical Information

    • Annemarie
    • 2012-03-22

    TCM is a great and wonderful site for classic movies info - but - why can't you complete the "statistical info" on actors ??? Case in point : Casablanca. Ingrid Bergman and most of the rest of the cast has no statistical info listed. These are not excactly minor players. Please, please complete your TCM info webside. Annemarie

  • One of my all time favorite actors

    • lynn
    • 2010-02-10

    One of the most talented & best looking actors too have ever graced the golden screen. I love Paul Henreid in Now Voyager & Casablanca.

  • A wonderful Actor

    • erna
    • 2009-09-26

    I was born in Vienna and I can remember my Mother having a crush on Paul Heinried. She never missed a film in which Paul Heinried played. seeing him in NOW VOYAGER I fell inlove with him too. I would love to see more films with Paul Heinried ? E.Quitzau Canada

  • Paul Heinried is a great actor

    • theresa
    • 2009-09-11

    One of my personal favorites is him in Goodbye Mr. Chips, as the German instructor.

  • A Delightful Character Actor

    • m_d
    • 2009-04-02

    I suppose Paul Henreid is best remembered for appearing in films with Bette Davis and Claude Rains. However, he was a major character in "Casablanca" (Laslo). Probably because he was 'owned' by Warner Bros., like Davis and Rains, this trio were cast together. Fortunately, these three make a terrifically good fit. Few realize that Henreid became a director for the Alfred Hitchcock television series & also directed Bette Davis is one of my favorite films of theirs: "Dead Ringer" (with a fabulous supporting cast of Karl Malden, Peter Lawford, plus Davis carrying a dual role as a set of twin sisters-for the second time). It's interesting to see Paul Henreid appear without satellite searches finding him by name in films with major lead actors, like Humphrey Bogart. I would vote the best performance he ever gave was a Jerry, in "Now, Voyager," co-starring, once again, with Bette Davis and Claude Rains. Henreid is a delight. Kindly, m_d

  • HE WAS A VERY GOODACTOR.

    • edith kelsay
    • 2008-08-05

    HE WAS AVERY GOOD LOOKING MAN AND AVERY GOOD ACTOR.LOVE HIM.

  • An Actor of great class.

    • Marlies
    • 2008-03-30

    Love his movies, my favorite movie is Between two worlds.

  • fantastic in every way

    • Kerry
    • 2008-02-04

    Now Voyager and what Paul Henreid did with two cigarettes is the best advertisement for smoking ever made! Swoon-tastic. I was 11 when Mr Henreid died, so thank you, TCM, for introducing his work to me and keeping him alive in the hearts and imaginations of a whole new generation of fans!

  • Paul Henreid - Excellent Actor

    • Diane
    • 2008-01-11

    Paul Henreid is an actor who has been overlooked in his time and ours. His acting was great for all time.

  • paul henreid (beautiful german)

    • tina
    • 2006-10-06

    More info, movies,and photos on this brilliant,haunting ,romantic,sexy,facinating actor!What a natural.Really enjoyed him in Now Voyager,I am his newest and biggest fan.They don't make men or movies like that anymore.Im so glad I discovered him.

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