Hugo Haas


Actor, Director
Hugo Haas

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The White Plague (1995)
Director
Paradise Alley (1962)
Director
Night of the Quarter Moon (1959)
Director
Born to Be Loved (1959)
Director
Lizzie (1957)
Director
Hit and Run (1957)
Director
Edge of Hell (1956)
Director
Hold Back Tomorrow (1955)
Director
The Other Woman (1954)
Director
Bait (1954)
Director
One Girl's Confession (1953)
Director
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953)
Director
Strange Fascination (1952)
Director
The Girl on the Bridge (1951)
Director
Pickup (1951)
Director
Kvocna (1937)
Director
Bila Nemoc (1937)
Director
Devcata, Nedejte Se! (1937)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Paradise Alley (1962)
Himself
Born to Be Loved (1959)
Prof. Hector Martin
Lizzie (1957)
Walter Brenner
Hit and Run (1957)
Gus Hilmer/David Hilmer
Edge of Hell (1956)
Mr. Valentine
Bait (1954)
Marko
The Other Woman (1954)
Walter Darman
One Girl's Confession (1953)
Dragomie Damitrof
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953)
Town Judge Raphael Vojnar
Strange Fascination (1952)
Paul Marvan
Pickup (1951)
Jan ["Hunky"] Horak
The Girl on the Bridge (1951)
David Toman
King Solomon's Mines (1950)
Smith
Vendetta (1950)
Brando
The Fighting Kentuckian (1949)
Gen. Paul DeMarchand
For the Love of Mary (1948)
Gustav Heindel
Casbah (1948)
Omar
My Girl Tisa (1948)
Tescu
The Foxes of Harrow (1947)
Otto Ludenbach
Fiesta (1947)
Maximino Contreras
Merton of the Movies (1947)
Von Strutt
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947)
Monsieur Walter
Northwest Outpost (1947)
Prince Nickolai Balinin
Holiday in Mexico (1946)
Angus
Two Smart People (1946)
Senor Rodriguez
A Bell for Adano (1945)
Father Pensovecchio
Dakota (1945)
Marko Poli
Jealousy (1945)
Hugo Kral
What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (1945)
Mayor Ouidoc
The Princess and the Pirate (1944)
Proprietor of "Bucket of Blood"
Strange Affair (1944)
Domino
Summer Storm (1944)
Urbenin
Days of Glory (1944)
Fedor
Devcata, Nedejte Se! (1937)
Bila Nemoc (1937)

Writer (Feature Film)

Paradise Alley (1962)
Screenwriter
Born to Be Loved (1959)
Writer
Hit and Run (1957)
Screenwriter
Edge of Hell (1956)
Writer
Hold Back Tomorrow (1955)
Writer
Bait (1954)
Additional Dialogue
The Other Woman (1954)
Writer
One Girl's Confession (1953)
Writer
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953)
Writer
Strange Fascination (1952)
Writer
Pickup (1951)
Screenwriter
The Girl on the Bridge (1951)
Original story and Screenplay
Devcata, Nedejte Se! (1937)
Screenwriter
Kvocna (1937)
Screenwriter
Bila Nemoc (1937)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

Paradise Alley (1962)
Producer
Born to Be Loved (1959)
Producer
Hit and Run (1957)
Producer
Edge of Hell (1956)
Producer
Hold Back Tomorrow (1955)
Producer
Bait (1954)
Producer
The Other Woman (1954)
Producer
One Girl's Confession (1953)
Producer
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953)
Producer
Strange Fascination (1952)
Producer
The Girl on the Bridge (1951)
Producer
Pickup (1951)
Producer

Music (Feature Film)

Born to Be Loved (1959)
Composer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Private Affairs Of Bel Ami, The (1947) - Fate Perhaps Had A Hand Efficient piece by director Albert Lewin, Duroy (George Sanders), in a suit paid for by his host, meets Clotilde (Angela Lansbury), his host’s wife (Ann Dvorak) and guests (David Bond, Frances Dee, Warren William, Hugo Haas, Katherine Emery, Susan Douglas and Albert Basserman), early in The Private Affairs Of Bel Ami, 1947.
Lizzie (1957) - Never Ask Her How She Feels Opening at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, where colleagues are already talking about Eleanor Parker (title character), Marion Ross as Ruth, Ric Roman as the janitor Johnny, Hugo Haas, who also played a part, directing, in Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - I Wonder Who I Am So far just anxious, but having gotten another threatening note from “Lizzie” at work, Elizabeth (Eleanor Parker) attempts a heart-to-heart with the bourbon-worshipping Aunt Morgan (Joan Blondell) with whom she boards, in the split-personality drama Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - Are You Afraid Of Me? Plenty worried now, with no recollection of her erratic behavior, because she’s had more threatening notes from an unknown “Lizzie,” and because a co-worker called her by that name, mild-mannered Elizabeth (title character) talks to a shrink (Richard Boone), in Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - Warm And Tender First scene with Eleanor Parker (title character, heretofore mousy “Elizabeth), acting up anywhere other than in her own mirror, Johnny Mathis the singer, his first appearance in his only movie, with an early Bacharach/David tune, Ric Roman as a co-worker not quite recognizing her, in Lizzie, 1957.
Bait (1954) - I Am The Devil The opening by director, producer and co-star Hugo Haas, the only appearance, arguably clever, by Sir Cedric Hardwicke, framing the low-budget Columbia Noir programmer Bait, 1954, also starring Cleo Moore and John Agar.
Bait (1954) - What A Pair Of Eyes John Agar as Brighton and producer-director Hugo Haas as Marko are tentative partners setting out to re-locate the latter’s gold mine, visiting supplier Foley (Emmett Lynn) and his employee Peggy (Cleo Moore) who, as events transpire, will become the topic of the title, in Bait, 1954.
Bait (1954) - Mountains Of Glittering Gold At the supply shop, increasingly disrobed Peggy (Cleo Moore) assailed (by George Keymas) and rescued (by producer-director Hugo Haas, as Marko), with her boss (Emmett Lynn) before rejoining his gold-crazed partner (John Agar) at the mine, Cedric Hardwicke the devil’s voice, in Bait, 1954.

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