Victor Trivas


Screenwriter

Biography

Life Events

1933

Immigrated to US via France

Videos

Movie Clip

Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) There Is No Franz Kindler! Director and star Orson Welles opens introducing Edward G. Robinson as Nazi hunter Wilson, in Vienna, demanding the release of low-value prisoner Meinke (Konstantin Shayne), in hopes he’ll lead him to a major fugitive, quickly to South America where Lillian Molieri assists, John Brown the photographer, in The Stranger, 1946, also starring Loretta Young.
Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) God's Will Be Done Impressive single take by director and star Orson Welles, as incognito Nazi fugitive Kindler, posing as a Vermont teacher, in the woods to meet his old flunkie Meinke (Konstantin Shayne), who claims he's converted to Christianity, and who has been followed, in The Stranger, 1946.
Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Marx Was A Jew Under-cover Nazi hunter Wilson (Edward G. Robinson), dining with Mary (Loretta Young) and her brothers (Philip Merivale, Richard Long), is just about convinced that her professor husband (writer-director Orson Welles) is no war criminal, in The Stranger, 1946.
Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Foreign Accents Storekeeper Potter (Billy House) with incognito Nazi hunter Wilson (Edward G. Robinson), who uses the suitcase left by Meinke as a pretext to question Mary (Loretta Young), who arrives with her suspect husband "Rankin" (writer-director Orson Welles), in The Stranger, 1946.
Where The Sidewalk Ends (1950) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Getting Richer Consulting with just-demoted cop Dixon (Dana Andrews) and Klein (Bert Freed) ex-con Willie (Don Appell) leads us to the casino run by Scalise (Gary Merrill), where Texan Morrison (Harry von Zell), is entertained by Morgan (Gene Tierney) and her almost-ex husband Paine (Craig Stevens), in Otto Preminger's Where The Sidewalk Ends, 1950.
Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Harper School For Boys After events abroad, fugitive Nazi toadie Meinke (Konstantin Shayne) arrives in Harper, Vermont, tracked by war crime prosecutor Wilson (Edward G. Robinson), pursuing bigger fish, early in The Stranger, 1946, starring and directed by Orson Welles.

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