Tag Archives: Curd Jürgens
Miracle of the White Stallions (1963) Arthur Hiller, Robert Taylor, Lilli Palmer, Curd Jürgens, Family, Drama, War, Adventure
Wernher von Braun / I Aim at the Stars (1960) J. Lee Thompson, Curd Jürgens, Victoria Shaw, Herbert Lom, Biography, Drama
Hide and Seek (1964) Cy Endfield, Ian Carmichael, Curd Jürgens, Janet Munro, Action, Thriller, Crime, Drama
Les espions / The Spies (1957) Henri-Georges Clouzot, Curd Jürgens, Peter Ustinov, O.E. Hasse, Drama, Mystery
Das Stundenhotel von St. Pauli / Hotel by the Hour (1970) Rolf Olsen, Curd Jürgens, Andrea Rau, Corny Collins, Crime, Drama
Ferry to Hong Kong (1959) Lewis Gilbert, Curd Jürgens, Orson Welles, Sylvia Syms, Action, Adventure, Drama
Mark Conrad, a habitual drunk and troublemaker with a shady past, is expelled by Hong Kong police after one too many bar fights. He’s sent to Macao on the Fa Tsan, a ferry owned by Captain Hart. Conrad’s papers are out of order and Macao refuses him entry. Unable to go ashore, Conrad is a permanent passenger on the ferry with Hart, who detests him. It’s all one long, lazy voyage for Conrad until one fateful trip when an encounter with a typhoon and pirates forces Conrad to choose between an aimless drifter’s life and becoming a man again.
Et Dieu… créa la femme / And God Created Woman (1956) Roger Vadim, Brigitte Bardot, Curd Jürgens, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Drama, Romance
Antoine promises to take the orphaned Juliette away from St. Tropez after a party where she has wandered onto the yacht of the urbane Eric. But in the morning the bus and Antoine zip by Juliette’s stop and she runs into the field to capture the rabbit she set free moments before. About to be sent back to the orphanage by her foster mother, she identifies with the rabbit. Antoine’s younger brother Michel comes to Juliette’s rescue with a marriage proposal and she accepts. Eric wants the brothers’ shipyard as a casino site and brings Antoine back to St. Tropez. Life gets complicated.
Professor Immanuel Rath (Curt Jurgens)is a martinet botany professor at a German high school who finds post cards bearing the likeness of Lola-Lola (May Britt), “The Blue Angel”, in the possession of his pupils. He goes to the cafe where she is appearing to see if any of his pupils are there, and spots two of them. While chasing them, he encounters Lola-Lola and the troupe manager, Kiepert (Theodore Bikel.) He returns the next evening and becomes involved with Lola. His visit to the cafe, and the fact he spent the night with Lola, becomes common knowledge and he is forced to leave his school position. Despite the protests of his friends, he marries Lola, who is intrigued by the idea of being the wife of a professor. The intrigue doesn’t last long, as Rath is unable to get work because of his wife. He becomes a broken character, reduced to performing odd jobs around the troupe and living off the earnings of his wife.