Signe Hasso


Actor
Signe Hasso

Biography

Life Events

1928

stage actress Sweden

Photo Collections

The Seventh Cross - Publicity Stills
Here are a few Publicity Stills from MGM's The Seventh Cross (1944), starring Spencer Tracy and Signe Hasso. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
The House on 92nd Street - Movie Posters
The House on 92nd Street - Movie Posters

Videos

Movie Clip

Scandal In Paris (1946) - Handsomer Than The Other Saints Via apparent happenstance, the face of St. George in a fresco (?) at a church in provincial France is that of George Sanders, the star and central character Vidocq, and has bewitched Signe Hasso as Therese, daughter of a local police official (Jo Ann Marlowe her sister), their first encounter following, in A Scandal In Paris, 1946.
Scandal In Paris (1946) - I Have A Shrewd Suspicion Maneuvering himself into being made chief of police, con man George Sanders has assumed the name of a prominent local family and become a houseguest of the aristocrat police minister Houdon (Alan Napier), whose jewels he has stolen and hidden, and whose unsuspecting daughter (Signe Hasso) remains enthralled, in A Scandal In Paris, 1946.
Johnny Angel (1946) - Memphis In June Angel (George Raft) and Paulette (Signe Hasso) have just reconciled in the murder-mystery plot, thus the occasion for his driver, the philosophical Celestial O'Brien (Hoagy Carmichael) to offer what was then a new song, his tune with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, in Johnny Angel, 1946.Johnny Angel, 1946.
Johnny Angel (1946) - Married To A Steamship Line Furthering his investigation into the killing of his fellow New Orleans ships’ captain father, Angel (George Raft) gets past a headwaiter (Jack Overman) to interrogate Lilah (Claire Trevor), fickle wife of his boss, and night club owner Jewell (Lowell Gilmore), in Johnny Angel, 1946.
Johnny Angel (1946) - The Girls Here Don't Usually Refuse Looking for a gal connected to the killing of his father, also a New Orleans ships’ captain, Angel (George Raft) meets cabbie “Celestial,” (Hoagy Carmichael), skips one offer (from Chili Williams, best known as the pin-up Polka-Dot Girl) then grabs the unwilling Signe Hasso for a dance, in Johnny Angel, 1946.
Heaven Can Wait (1943) - There Is No Santa Claus Grandad Van Cleve (Charles Coburn) takes the moment to brief son Randolph (Louis Calhern) on what’s happened between his bedridden son and the French maid (Signe Hasso), mom Spring Byington aghast, young Albert (Allyn Joslyn) in support, in Ernst Lubitsch’s Heaven Can Wait, 1943.
Picture Mommy Dead (1966) - The Worms Crawl In Spooky opening by producer-director Bert I. Gordon, Zsa Zsa Gabor consumed by flames, after which we meet her traumatized daughter (Susan Gordon, Bert’s daughter), collected by her father (Don Ameche) and his new wife (Martha Hyer), in Picture Mommy Dead, 1966.
Where There's Life - My Fountain Pen Leaks Radio entertainer and un-knowing heir Valentine (Bob Hope) is being spirited against his will to far-off Barovia, growing more interested when he meets General Grimovitch (Signe Hasso), in Where There's Life, 1947.
To The Ends Of The Earth - I Go In For Roses Now undercover as a tourist in Shanghai, treasury man Barrows (Dick Powell, narrating) introduces himself to Ann (Signe Hasso) and Shu-Pan (Maylia), then gets in trouble with "Shannon" (Fritz Leiber), in To The Ends Of The Earth, 1948.

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