Lothar Mendes



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Payment Deferred (1932) -- Movie Clip) Is It True He's A Banker? Framing device from the original play, Billy Bevan a neighbor and Halliwell Hobbes a prospective tenant, as we meet the Marble family of London, Dorothy Peterson, Charles Laughton and Maureen O’Sullivan as Annie, Willie and Winnie, in MGM’s grim Payment Deferred, 1932.
Payment Deferred (1932) -- Movie Clip) Rough Luck And No Mistake Insolvent Londoners Willie and Annie Marble (Charles Laughton) are certain the caller (Ray Milland) greeted by daughter Winnie (Maureen O’Sullivan) will be a bailiff with bad news, and stunned to discover he’s a well-heeled long-lost relative, early in MGM’s Payment Deferred, 1932.
Payment Deferred (1932) -- Movie Clip) Perhaps Your Father Needs A Rest After his barely off-screen murder of his wealthy nephew who appeared from Australia, we surmise that broke London bank clerk Willie (Charles Laughton) has buried him in the back yard, his wife and daughter (Dorothy Peterson, Maureen O’Sullivan) in the dark, in Payment Deferred, 1932.
Jew Suss (1934) -- (Movie Clip) The Price Of Our Heritage From a vignette in the Wurtemberg jewish ghetto to the introduction of Josef Suss Oppenheim (Conrad Veidt), with sidekick Landauer (Paul Graetz), opening the 1934 British version of Jew Suss, a.k.a. Power.
Jew Suss (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Can You Make Gold? Suss Oppenheim (Conrad Veidt) attempting a secret visit with the rabbi uncle (Cedric Hardwicke) caring for his daughter, when his new friend the drunken prince Karl (Frank Vosper) intrudes, in the British version of Jew Suss, 1934.


Dorothy Mackaill
Actor. Married 1926-28.