Prologue: in 1940, a shellshocked man fights to recall his past. Flashback: During the Nazi invasion of Poland, American reporter Carole Peters meets Polish airman Stefan Radetzky, also a piano virtuoso.
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The Soldier and the Lady (1937) George Nichols Jr., Anton Walbrook, Elizabeth Allan, Akim Tamiroff, Adventure, History, Romance, War
Saint Joan (1957) Otto Preminger, Richard Widmark, Richard Todd, Anton Walbrook, Biography, Drama, History
Picking up where Victoria the Great (1937) left off, this sequel to the 1937 film has Anna Neagle return to the role of Queen Victoria in another colorful account of the revered British monarch’s reign.
Gaslight (1940) Thorold Dickinson, Anton Walbrook, Diana Wynyard, Frank Pettingell, Mystery, Thriller
Twenty years ago, old Mrs. Barlow was killed in her home at 12, Pimlico Square for her priceless rubies. The murderer searched the whole house without finding them, then disappeared. The house has been empty since then, but now Paul and Bella Mallen move into the apartment.
Ich war Jack Mortimer (1935) Carl Froelich, Anton Walbrook, Eugen Klöpfer, Sybille Schmitz, Drama, Thriller
The jealous star conductor Montemayor knows that his beautiful younger wife, Winifred, is cheating on him with an American named Jack Mortimer. After the concert rehearsal, he takes a taxi to the train station, sees Mortimer and shoots him at an intersection from the backseat of his taxi.
The Man from Morocco (1945) Mutz Greenbaum, Anton Walbrook, Margaretta Scott, Mary Morris, Action, Adventure
A story of war, mystery, love and adventure following a group of members of the International Brigade and his artist captain fighting in the Spanish Civil War who undergo internment in a French camp, forced work in Sahara, carrying vital information to England and fighting a Nazi espionage web which will eventually take the captain back to Morocco, while searching for his loved one.
Maskerade / Masquerade in Vienna (1934) Willi Forst, Paula Wessely, Anton Walbrook, Peter Petersen, Comedy, Romance
Vienna 1905: After a carnival party the famous painter Heidenick draws his otherwise engaged girlfriend Anita Helfer with very few clothes on, only blurs her face. The image makes it into the newspaper the next day – but since he can’t tell the model’s name without offending her influential fiancée, he comes up with the fictional name Leopoldine Dur. Unfortunately there is a secretary with that name, who now gets into the focus of high society – and into Heidenick’s, much to Anita’s anger.