Curt had one of the longest careers in film history appearing in films at the age of 8, In 1933 he fled Germany to seek artistic freedom in New York where he quickly captivated audiences in his many stage appearances. After a few years Hollywood beckoned with the mot productive period of his career taking place in the late 30's and early 40's with such films as The Great Waltz, Hold Back the Dawn and Cover Girl, After WWII he felt it was time to return to Germany where he not only continued to make films but started directing and producing but it was his cabaret performances that earned him a solid reputation as a fine performer. He died in late 1991
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