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Veidt fervently opposed the Nazi regime, motivating him to emigrate from Germany in 1933 a week after marrying Illona Prager, a Jewish woman.
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Veidt and Nazi
He also helped individuals escape Nazi Germany, including the actor Conrad Veidt, who had starred in his 1934 film Jew Suss.
It has been reported, though not verified, that Veidt identified himself as Jewish on Nazi questionnaires as an act of protest.
Veidt and him
With the start of World War II, Henreid risked deportation or internment as an enemy alien, but Conrad Veidt spoke for him and he was allowed to remain free in England.
Veidt and from
Veidt also appeared in Magnus Hirschfeld's pioneering gay rights film Anders als die Andern ( Different from the Others, 1919 ), in which he played what is probably the first gay character written especially for the cinema, and in Das Land ohne Frauen ( 1929 ), Germany's first talking picture.
Another remarkable case was the 1919 German film Different from the Others ( Anders als die Andern ), starring Conrad Veidt.
Veidt and Germany
After World War I ended, Murnau returned to Germany where he soon established his own film studio with actor Conrad Veidt.
Veidt was born in a working-class district of Berlin, Germany, the son of Amalie Marie ( née Gohtz ) and Phillip Heinrich Veidt.
Veidt and after
In the climax of the 2003 script Dreiberg kills Veidt after sleeping with Laurie while in Antarctica.
Contraband ( 1940 ) is a wartime spy film by the British director-writer team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, which brought stars Conrad Veidt and Valerie Hobson together again after their success in The Spy in Black the previous year.
Though Kane claimed he and writer Bill Finger came up with the idea for the Joker, most comic historians credit Robinson for the iconic villain, modeled after Conrad Veidt in the 1928 movie, The Man Who Laughs.
Veidt and .
The film was directed by Michael Curtiz, produced by Hal Wallis and featured a strong cast, including Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Sydney Greenstreet, Paul Henreid, Conrad Veidt, Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson.
He explored the popular theme of dual personalities, much like Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, in 1920's The Janus Head starring Veidt and Bela Lugosi.
Nonetheless, Powell was brought in to save a film that was being made as a vehicle for two of Korda's star players, Conrad Veidt and Valerie Hobson.
The original script of The Spy in Black followed the book quite closely, but was too verbose and did not have a good role for either Veidt or Hobson.
The two friends visit a carnival in their German mountain village of Holstenwall, where they encounter the captivating Dr. Caligari ( Werner Krauss ) and a near-silent somnambulist, Cesare ( Conrad Veidt ), whom the doctor keeps asleep in a coffin-like cabinet, controls hypnotically, and is displaying as an attraction.
Carradine tested, along with Conrad Veidt, William Courtenay, Paul Muni, and Ian Keith, for the title role in Dracula, but all contenders lost out to Bela Lugosi.
He believes that someone is picking off costumed superheroes, a view that strengthens when Doctor Manhattan is forced into exile and when Adrian Veidt, the former vigilante Ozymandias, is targeted with an assassination attempt.
Rorschach and Nite Owl enter underworld bars to find out who ordered the assassination attempt on Veidt.
Rorschach, who has been keeping a journal throughout the duration of the novel, realises that they may be no match for Veidt.
He makes one last entry in his journal, stating his certainty that Veidt is responsible for whatever might happen next, and drops it into a mailbox.
Percy Toplis the The Monocled Mutineer, founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Planters mascot Mr. Peanut, Batman series antagonist Oswald Cobblepot ( also known as The Penguin ), Portuguese President António de Spínola, filmmakers Fritz Lang and Erich Von Stroheim, prominent 19th century Portuguese writer Eça de Queiroz, Soviet writer Mikhail Bulgakov, actor Conrad Veidt, Dadaists Tristan Tzara and Raoul Hausmann, esotericist Julius Evola, French collaborationist politician Louis Darquier de Pellepoix, criminal Percy Toplis, Poet laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson, singer Richard Tauber, diplomat Christopher Ewart-Biggs ( a smoked-glass monocle, to disguise his glass eye ), Major Johnnie Cradock, actors Ralph Lynn and George Arliss, Karl Marx and Milburn Pennybags.
In his portrayal of the character, Goode played Veidt with a hint of a German accent in private and an American accent to the media.
fervently and opposed
Throughout Garfield's extended Congressional service after the Civil War, he fervently opposed the Greenback, and gained a reputation as a skilled orator.
Thomas was fervently attached to the Royal Family and also strongly opposed to Plaid Cymru and particularly to the Welsh Language Society.
The CDA was also fervently opposed both to the European Union and to close links with the George W. Bush administration.
The only opposition came from Sudbury Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Elmer Sopha who was fervently opposed to the flag, arguing that it failed to reflect Ontario's diverse character and that it was " a flag of revenge " against the new national flag.
Patria Mercedes Mirabal ( February 27, 1924 – November 25, 1960 ), Bélgica Adela " Dedé " Mirabal-Reyes ( March 1, 1925 – present ), María Argentina Minerva Mirabal ( March 12, 1926 – November 25, 1960 ) and Antonia María Teresa Mirabal ( October 15, 1936 – November 25, 1960 ) were citizens of the Dominican Republic who fervently opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo.
In 1995 he fervently opposed attempts by the then Home Secretary Michael Howard to introduce a national identity card, a policy which at the time was ( ironically, considering later developments ) opposed by the Labour opposition.
He also fervently opposed aid to Greece and Turkey, where British influence had been strong, on the premise that U. S. involvement in the region only accommodated the " needs of a collapsing British empire " without benefiting the United States.
He pushed for an end to official bilingualism, urged health care reform, opposed federal funding grants to artists and fervently pushed the Mulroney Government to adopt a " Triple-E Senate " ( Elected, Effective and Equal ) during the constitutional debates of 1990-91.
During this Council, Isidore fervently defended the union between the Churches of East and West, but he was opposed only by the secular representative from Russia-ambassador Foma ( Thomas ) of Tver.
Prime Minister Robert Borden was facing an increasing divisive crisis over conscription with the country divided between English Canadians who supported the measure and French-Canadians who fervently opposed it.
During this interlude, Ernest fervently opposed the marriage of his nephew Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (' Bertie ') to Princess Alexandra of Denmark, a daughter of the future Christian IX of Denmark ( and therefore an enemy of the German states ).
The Primitive Baptists, especially William Oliver and his son, John W. Oliver ( 1878 – 1966 ), were fervently opposed to the distilling or consumption of alcohol, and the practice was largely confined to Chestnut Flats.
Other characters in Naji al-Ali's cartoons include a thin, miserable-looking man representing the Palestinian as the defiant victim of Israeli oppression and other hostile forces, and a fat man representing the Arab regimes and Palestinian political leaders who led an easy life and engaged in political compromises which the artist fervently opposed.
Princess Taiping fervently opposed it, and Li Longji initially declined, but at Emperor Ruizong's insistence finally accepted and took the throne ( as Emperor Xuanzong ).