Founded Banner Films (with Jack Chertok)
Repeated his role in "Victoria Regina" on radio opposite Helen Hayes before making his US stage debut
US screen debut in "Joan of Paris"
British film acting debut, "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
Performed on London stage as Prince Albert in "Victoria Regina" (1937) and "The Jersey Lily" (1940)
Produced first film (also starred), "Hollow Triumph"
TV acting debut, "The Jewel" on "Ford Theater"
Was officially listed by Germany as a "minorities sympathizer" and an "enemy of the Third Reich" after he turned down a film contract with Germany's UFA film studio
Wife's family fled Vienna
"Casablanca" re-released on April 10, its 50th anniversary one week after Henreid's death
Appeared on the Viennese stage in "Men in White" and "Mizzi" and in Austrian films (date approximate)
Broadway debut in "Flight to the West"
Discovered by Otto Preminger (Max Reinhardt's managing director) who introduced him to Reinhardt
Film directing debut with "For Men Only/The Tall Lie"
Final screen performance in John Boorman's "Exorcist II: The Heretic"
Screen acting debut in "Hohe Schule"
Signed by RKO Radio Pictures
Starred in Broadway production and US tour of "Don Juan in Hell"
Became a TV director for Revue Productions, Desilu, 4-Star and Screen Gems among other companies in the early 1950s
Became leading man with Max Reinhardt's Vienna theatre
Blacklisted as an actor after going to Washington with a group of Hollywood stars to protest the HUAC's Hollywood witchhunt during the early 1950s
British screen debut in bit part in "Victoria the Great"
Worked as a designer and translator for a publishing company in Vienna