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Ich war Jack Mortimer (1935)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Anton Walbrook ...
Ferdinand 'Fred' Sponer, a Budapest taxi-driver (as Adolf Wohlbrück)
Eugen Klöpfer ...
Pedro Montemayor, a conductor
Sybille Schmitz ...
Winifred Montemayor, Pedro's wife
Marieluise Claudius ...
Marie Polikow
Max Gülstorff ...
Colonel Polikow, Marie's father
Maria Loja ...
Mrs. Polikow, Marie's mother
Hilde Hildebrand ...
Daisy
Heinz Salfner ...
Andrassy, Daisy's friend
Jochen Hauer ...
Doering, a taxi-driver
Georg A. Profé ...
Jack Mortimer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hugo Drahower
Sophie Eschenbach
Adolf Essek ...
(as Adolf Esseck)
Erich Fiedler
Aribert Grimmer
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27 January 1936 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Coração Ardente  »

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(Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.37 : 1
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Anton's other side
10 May 2009 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

If anybody would like to hear Anton Walbrook speaking in (his native ?!) Austrian accent I recommend this movie. Here Anton Walbrook very convincingly portrays the Budapest taxi driver Fred Sponer. He is a mischievous,ill-humoured, bad-tempered (granteln), sometimes too simple minded almost stupid member of the lower classes, toiling his day away, having high aspirations but with no hope of changing his situation. This character gets tangled up in a jealousy drama involving the famous conductor Montemayor, his wife and of course Jack Mortimer, who gets murdered on the backseat of Sponer's taxi on his arrival in Budapest. How his simple mindedness gets Fred Sponer ever deeper into a fix is shown in this very delicious movie I highly recommend. The script is very well-done and written by Thea von Harbou. A very deserved ten out of ten from me!!!


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