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9 Print Biographies |
7 Portrayals |
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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.
The movie "M" had a formative influence to most of his further almost 80 parts. If he had retired after the movie "M" his myth wouldn't have detracted from. Ten years later, in 1940, Lorres speech for the defense in "M" was abused by the Nazis in order to underpin the inferiority of the Jews.
Distinctive clipped manner of speaking
Europe's One Man Chamber of Horrors