Hans Conreid


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Short)

The Greatest Gift (1942)

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Too Young To Kiss (1951) - Revolutionary Etude Both billed above the title in their 4th picture starring together, June Allyson is twenty-something pianist Cynthia posing as her fictional kid sister Molly, and Van Johnson is Wainright, the impresario holding auditions for a youth orchestra, Hans Conreid introducing her, for the familiar Chopin composition, in MGM’s Too Young To Kiss, , 1951, with impressive fake playing by June, who had some piano training as a child.
5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T - Go Back To Your Cell! Mom (Mary Healy) and the plumber (Peter Lind Hayes) chat as Bart (Tommy Rettig) dreams his way into the world run by his evil piano teacher (Hans Conried) in the "Dr. Seuss" movie, The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953.
5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T (1953) - Not My Instrument Strangeness right from the top, the opening to the only movie ever written by "Dr. Seuss" (Ted Geisel), The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953, starring Hans Conried and Tommy Rettig, directed by Roy Rowland.
5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T - Beat The Bushes! Dr. T (Hans Conried) panics as Bart (Tommy Rettig) has escaped, his enslaved mother (Mary Healy) helping search, thugs chasing, in the only movie written by "Dr. Seuss" (Ted Geisel), The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T. 1953.
5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T - Dungeon For Scratchy Violins Fleeing Bart (Tommy Rettig) has come upon the "Dungeon For Scratchy Violins" (etc.) and a big musical number as staged by Eugene Loring, in director Roy Rowland's "Dr. Seuss" movie, The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953.
5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T - One Extra Boom Busted by the singing guards, Bart (Tommy Rettig) and August (Peter Lind Hayes) are ushered to the elevator by Dr. T (Hans Conried), where the attendant (Alan Aric) does a strange song, in The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953.
Hitler's Children (1943) - German Blood Runs Deep American teacher Nichols (Kent Smith) is trying to find his German-born American assistant in 1939 Germany, arrested by the Nazis, encountering Hans Conreid, Otto Kruger as a smarmy Colonel, and Tim Holt as his former friend, now a top functionary, in Edward Dmytryk’s Hitler’s Children, 1943.
Affairs Of Dobie Gillis, The (1953) - An Asinine Outburst Dobie (Bobby Van) has followed Pansy (Debbie Reynolds) and amorous Lorna (Barbara Ruick) and tagalong George (Bob Fosse) have followed him to the first class by prissy professor Pomfritt (Hans Conreid), planting seeds of conflict to come, in The Affairs Of Dobie Gillis, 1953
Monster That Challenged The World, The (1957) - Get Help! The equivalent of "We Need A Bigger Boat," just after our first glimpse of the title creature, as Dr. Rogers (Hans Conreid) and Cmdr.Twillinger (Tim Holt), with frog-men, search the Salton Sea for bodies and strange phenomena, and find them, in The Monster That Challenged The World, 1957.
Robin And The 7 Hoods (1964) - Call Me Marian Frank Sinatra as gangster Robbo not making a deal with rival Gisborne (Peter Falk), conferring with architect (Hans Conreid) and crew (Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. et al) when they're interrupted by Barbara Rush, the daughter of their rubbed-out mentor, in Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964.
Twonky, The (1953) - This May Happen To You Opening sequences as writer-director-producer Arch Oboler sets the weird tone for his Sci-Fi spoof, Hans Conreid the dizzy professor and Janet Warren his wife, from The Twonky, 1953.
Twonky, The (1953) - Take It Out Right Now! Professor West (Hans Conreid) is making a point of ignoring the TV his wife has bought to amuse him while she's out of town, but failing, then taking a minute to realize the service guy (Ed Max) has arrived with a solution, in maverick producer Arch Oboler's SciFi comedy The Twonky, 1953.

Trailer

Phantom Tollbooth, The - (Re-issue Trailer) A bored boy enters a cartoon world where letters and numbers are at war in Chuck Jones' The Phantom Tollbooth (1970).
Bus Stop - (Original Trailer) An innocent cowboy kidnaps a small-time singer (Marilyn Monroe) with whom he's infatuated in Joshua Logan's Bus Stop (1956).
Dulcy - (Original Trailer) Ann Sothern plays Dulcy (1940), the scatterbrained beauty who tries to help her fiance's career by throwing a big party.
Big Street, The - (Re-issue Trailer) Lucille Ball plays a selfish showgirl who ignores Henry Fonda's lovestruck waiter until she is injured in The Big Street, 1942, produced by Damon Runyon from his short story.
On the Town - (Original Trailer) Three sailors wreck havoc during a whirlwind 24-hour shore leave in New York City in On the Town (1949) starring Gene Kelly & Frank Sinatra.
Affairs Of Dobie Gillis, The - (Original Trailer) Lovesick teenager Bobby Van searches for romance at college and finds Debbie Reynolds in The Affairs Of Dobie Gillis (1953).
On Borrowed Time - (Original Trailer) Old Gramps (Lionel Barrymore) traps Death (Cedric Hardwicke) in a tree in MGM's fantasy On Borrowed Time (1939).
Rich, Young and Pretty - (Original Trailer) A rancher's daughter visits Paris to meet her mother and find love in Rich, Young and Pretty (1951) starring Jane Powell.
Nancy Goes To Rio - (Original Trailer) Ann Sothern and Jane Powell are mother-and-daughter Broadway stars in the lightweight MGM musical Nancy Goes To Rio (1950).
Texas Carnival - (Original Trailer) Esther Williams is far from the water at the Texas Carnival (1951) in this MGM Technicolor musical co-starring Red Skelton.
Summer Stock - (Original Trailer) A farmer gets sucked into show business when a theatrical troupe invades her farm in Summer Stock (1950) starring Judy Garland & Gene Kelly.
It's A Wonderful World - (Original Trailer) James Stewart is a detective who kidnaps Claudette Colbert while trying to clear his name in the screwball comedy It's a Wonderful World (1939).

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