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Paul Henreid

Paul HenreidAKA Paul Georg Julius Hernreid Ritter Von Wassel-Waldingau

Born: 10-Jan-1908
Birthplace: Trieste, Italy
Died: 29-Mar-1992
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Buried, Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Casablanca

Wife: Elizabeth Gluck ("Lisl", m. 1936, d. 1993, two daughters adopted)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1722 Vine St. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6366 Hollywood Blvd. (motion pictures)

    Ballad in Blue (Nov-1964)
    Dead Ringer (19-Feb-1964)
    Girls on the Loose (Apr-1958)
    Live Fast, Die Young (Apr-1958)
    A Woman's Devotion (16-Nov-1956)
    The Tall Lie (11-Jan-1952)

    Exorcist II: The Heretic (17-Jun-1977) · The Cardinal
    The Madwoman of Chaillot (12-Oct-1969) · The General
    Operation Crossbow (1-Apr-1965) · Gen. Ziemann
    Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (7-Feb-1962)
    Never So Few (7-Dec-1959) · Nikko Regas
    Holiday for Lovers (24-Jul-1959)
    Ten Thousand Bedrooms (3-Apr-1957)
    A Woman's Devotion (16-Nov-1956)
    Meet Me in Las Vegas (9-Mar-1956) · Maria's Manager
    Pirates of Tripoli (10-Feb-1955) · Edri al-Gadrian
    Deep in My Heart (9-Dec-1954) · Florenz Ziegfeld
    Siren of Bagdad (20-May-1953)
    Man in Hiding (10-Mar-1953)
    Thief of Damascus (7-May-1952)
    Stolen Face (May-1952)
    The Tall Lie (11-Jan-1952)
    Last of the Buccaneers (25-Oct-1950)
    So Young So Bad (20-May-1950)
    Rope of Sand (3-Aug-1949) · Commandant Paul Vogel
    Hollow Triumph (10-Aug-1948) · John Muller
    Song of Love (Oct-1947) · Robert Schumann
    Deception (18-Oct-1946) · Karel Novak
    Of Human Bondage (5-Jul-1946) · Philip Carey
    Devotion (5-Apr-1946) · Nichols
    The Spanish Main (10-Sep-1945) · Laurent Van Horn
    Hollywood Canteen (15-Dec-1944) · Himself
    The Conspirators (17-Oct-1944) · Vincent Van Der Lyn
    Between Two Worlds (5-May-1944) · Henry Bergner
    In Our Time (11-Feb-1944) · Count Stefan Orwid
    Casablanca (26-Nov-1942) · Victor Laszlo
    Now, Voyager (22-Oct-1942) · Jeremiah Durrance
    Joan of Paris (20-Jan-1942) · Paul
    Night Train to Munich (31-Aug-1940) · Karl Marsen
    Under Your Hat (1940)
    Goodbye, Mr. Chips (15-May-1939) · Staefel

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