Fritz Leiber

Fritz Leiber




Cast (Feature Film)

Equinox (1970)
Dr. Waterman
Devil's Doorway (1950)
Mr. Poole
Samson and Delilah (1950)
Lord Sharif
Bride of Vengeance (1949)
Bagdad (1949)
Song of India (1949)
To the Ends of the Earth (1948)
Binda Sha
Another Part of the Forest (1948)
Colonel Isham
Adventures of Casanova (1948)
Bernardo D'Anneci
Inner Sanctum (1948)
Dr. Valonius
Bells of San Angelo (1947)
The Padre
The Web (1947)
Leopold Kroner
Dangerous Venture (1947)
High Conquest (1947)
Humoresque (1947)
Monsieur Verdoux (1947)
A Scandal in Paris (1946)
A Scandal in Paris (1946)
Strange Journey (1946)
Professor Jenner
Angel on My Shoulder (1946)
Scarlet Street (1945)
This Love of Ours (1945)
Dr. Bailey
The Spanish Main (1945)
The Song of Bernadette (1945)
The Cisco Kid Returns (1945)
Son of Lassie (1945)
Youth Runs Wild (1944)
Cry of the Werewolf (1944)
Dr. Charles Morris
Cobra Woman (1944)
The Impostor (1944)
First Comes Courage (1943)
Dr. Aanrud
Phantom of the Opera (1943)
[Franz] Liszt
Salute to the Marines (1943)
Mr. Agno
The Desert Song (1943)
Ben Sidi
Crossroads (1942)
Aloma of the South Seas (1941)
High Priest
The Mortal Storm (1940)
Lady with Red Hair (1940)
Mr. Foster
The Way of All Flesh (1940)
All This, and Heaven Too (1940)
Abbe Gallard
The Sea Hawk (1940)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)
Old nobleman
Pack Up Your Troubles (1939)
[Captain La Coste, alias] Pierre Ferrand
They Made Her a Spy (1939)
Dr. Krull
Nurse Edith Cavell (1939)
Sadi Kirschen
Gateway (1938)
Dr. Weilander
The Jury's Secret (1938)
John Morrow
Flight into Nowhere (1938)
The Great Garrick (1937)
Champagne Waltz (1937)
Franz Strauss
The Prince and the Pauper (1937)
Father Andrew
Anthony Adverse (1936)
Sins of Man (1936)
Father Prior
Hearts in Bondage (1936)
Captain John Ericsson
The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)
Dr. Charbonnet
Down to the Sea (1936)
Gregory Pappas
Under Two Flags (1936)
French governor
A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
The Queen of Sheba (1921)
King Solomon
The Song of the Soul (1920)
Jerry Wendover
If I Were King (1920)
Louis XI
The Primitive Call (1917)
Brain Elkhorn
Cleopatra (1917)
Romeo and Juliet (1916)

Cast (Short)

Under Southern Stars (1936)

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Prince and the Pauper - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Warner Bros' The Prince and the Pauper (1937), directed by William Keighley.


Movie Clip

Cry Of The Werewolf (1944) -- (Movie Clip) She Struck Her Husband Down Joining the terrific commentary (voicing over historical footage) by tour guide John Abbott at a New Orleans occult museum, we get a look at top-billed Nina Foch in a painting, then we meet the janitor and the proprietor (Ivan Triesault, Fritz Leiber), then visit the real Nina, a gypsy princess, attended by Blanche Yurka, early in Cry Of The Werewolf, 1944.
Cry Of The Werewolf (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Fresh Fire On The Grate Due to voodoo messages suggesting he might be on the verge of a discovery, Dr. Morris (Fritz Leiber) has entered a secret chamber at his New Orleans occult museum, leaving tour guide Peter (John Abbott) with the cat, while his assistant (Osa Massen) collects his son (Stephen Crane), whom he summoned home from a research trip, from the airport, in director Henry Levin's Cry Of The Werewolf, 1944.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) A Victim Of Your Bigotry Paris, 1860, summoned to the court of emperor Napoleon III (Walter Kingsford) in recognition for earlier feats, chemist Paul Muni (title character) rants about germs, irritating physician Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber) and gets blamed (by Porter Hall) for a murder committed by a civilian who supported his theories, then is consoled by Martel (Donald Woods), in The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Predict The Hour Of My Death Divided over whether to support the title character (Paul Muni), their colleague, in his so-far unsuccessful quest for a rabies vaccine, the French medical academy leadership, led by fictional Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber), visits his lab, prompting a dramatic exhibition, in Warner Bros. The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936, with Akim Tamiroff as Zaranoff. and Raymond Brown as Radisse, with the pipe.
Spanish Main, The -- (Movie Clip) Have Him Whipped! Spanish bride-in-transit Francesca (Maureen O'Hara) contrives to escape her cabin and confront handsome Hollander Van Horn (Paul Henreid), early in Frank Borzage's Tehcnicolor The Spanish Main, 1945.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got Too Much Already Wrapping up the faculty bridge party, popular hosts Tansy (Janet Blair) and Norman (Peter Wyngarde) deflecting suggestive inquiries from Lindsay (Colin Gordon) and Flora (Margaret Johnston), then getting weirder afterward, in Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) -- (Movie Clip) She Was Ice Cold! Upwardly mobile social science professor Norman (Peter Wyngarde) has discovered wife Tansy (Janet Blair) has a hidden stash of witching gear, and an undue sense of longing for their time spent in Jamaica, in Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Domestic Superstitions Following credits and a prologue about witchcraft, introduction of hip, handsome English professor Taylor (Peter Wyngarde), student Margaret (Judith Stott) more impressed than classmate Jennings (Bill Mitchell), from Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962, from the Fritz Leiber novel Conjure Wife.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Dispel All Evil Spirits The unusual but gratifying opening over black, the default announcer of the era Paul Frees declares the "motion picture you are about to see" free from devilment, before the credits, in Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962, starring Peter Wyngarde and Janet Blair.
Song of India -- (Movie Clip) The Jungle Is Angry Ramdan (Sabu) senses trouble in the jungle and rushes to the village to see the head man Namaram (Fritz Leiber), who looks to be in the wrong movie, in Columbia's Song of India, 1949.
To The Ends Of The Earth -- (Movie Clip) I Go In For Roses Now undercover as a tourist in Shanghai, treasury man Barrows (Dick Powell, narrating) introduces himself to Ann (Signe Hasso) and Shu-Pan (Maylia), then gets in trouble with "Shannon" (Fritz Leiber), in To The Ends Of The Earth, 1948.