"A Night at Madame Tussaud's" in Norwich, Connecticut summer stock
1 Biographical Movie |
9 Print Biographies |
7 Portrayals |
8 Articles |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 3½" (1.61 m)
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[on his first meeting with Alfred Hitchcock
] I had heard that he loved to tell stories and so I watched him like a hawk, and when I was of the opinion he had just told the punchline of a story, I broke out in such laughter that I almost fell off my chair.
When he arrived in Great Britain, his first meeting with a British director was with Alfred Hitchcock
. By smiling and laughing as Hitchcock talked, the director was unaware that Lorre had a limited command of the English language. Hitchcock cast him in The Man Who Knew Too Much
(1934). Lorre learned much of his part phonetically.
Spoke with an almost feminine clear slow tenor voice