Wolfgang Reinhardt


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Three Strangers (1946) -- (Movie Clip) It Has Always Been Man's Nature Instant spellcasting, a prologue and foggy London, from the original screenplay by John Huston and Howard Koch, Jean Negulesco directing, finding Geraldine Fitzgerald in furs and Sydney Greenstreet in pursuit, opening Three Strangers, 1946, also starring Peter Lorre.
Three Strangers (1946) -- (Movie Clip) At Least Ten Years Of Fainting The last bit of Crystal (Geraldine Fitzgerald) having it out with her husband (Alan Napier, whom she claimed was overseas) then she’s transported via Kwan Yin’s statue to join her new co-conspirator West (Peter Lorre), whose mysterious friend Icy (Joan Lorring) arrives, John Huston and Howard Koch’s script twisting, in Three Strangers, 1946.
Three Strangers (1946) -- (Movie Clip) She's A Very Ancient Personage Geraldine Fitzgerald still hasn’t exchanged names with equally unacquainted Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet, having lured them up to her plush first floor London apartment, beginning to explain what she has in mind, from an original script by John Huston and Howard Koch, in Three Strangers, 1946.
Juarez (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Your Imperial Majesty Emperor Maximillian (Brian Aherne), with aides Bazaine (Donald Crisp), Miramon (Henry O'Neill) and Mejia (Bill Wilkerson) shows some populist tendencies, angering Montares (Montagu Love), in Warner Bros' Juarez, 1939.
Juarez (1939) -- (Movie Clip) You Are An Indian Wise Juarez (Paul Muni, title character) snuffs out impetuous (and fictional) aide Uradi (Joseph Calleia) expressing capricious concern about the president's ethnicity, in Warner Bros' Juarez, 1939.
Juarez (1939) -- (Movie Clip) The Vainest Of Pilgrimages Brief scenes with emperor Maximiliian (Brian Aherne) and aide Basch (Harry Davenport) bracket this first of several high-wire scenes that caused Bette Davis, Warner Bros.' top female star at the time, to insist on playing the supporting role of Empress Carlota, in Juarez, 1939.
Juarez (1939) -- (Movie Clip) The People's Blind Faith Messenger Manuel (Frank Lackteen) briefs Presidente Juarez (Paul Muni) and aides including Porfirio Diaz (John Garfield) and Uradi (Joseph Calleia), about the new emperor installed by the French, in Warner Bros' Juarez, 1939.
Juarez (1939) -- (Movie Clip) At Saltillo, This First Day Of May, 1864 Fictional events contrived for Warner Bros.’ narrative, Paul Muni as the Mexican president Juarez, reads a letter from the American president with whom the picture equates him, then receives a declaration, with John Garfield as General Diaz, in the notoriously disorganized bio-pic Juarez, 1939.
Caught (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Say Yacht Aspiring social climber Leonora (Barbara Bel Geddes) on a dock, seeks a ride to the party from a stranger who turns out to be the host Smith Ohlrig (Robert Ryan), in Max Ophuls' Caught, 1949.