Seymour Nebenzal



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Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933) -- Between Genius And Madness A well known scene from director Fritz Lang, the introduction of a central character, Professor-Doctor Baum (Oscar Beregi Sr.), offering students his startling conclusions about the title character, early in The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, 1933.
Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933) -- Give Him A Shot Police commissioner Lohmann (Otto Wernicke, seen in the same role in director Fritz Lang's M, 1931) casing a crime scene, as Professor-Doctor Baum (Oscar Beregi Sr.) has a weird visit with the title character in his cell, in The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, 1933.
Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933) -- Lovely Are Maidens Another inimitable depiction of madness by director Fritz Lang, detective Lohmann (Otto Wernicke) delivered by Dr. Hauser (A.E. Licho) to see his very rattled former colleague Hofmeister (Karl Meixner), in The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, 1933.
Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933) -- Catastrophe Of The First Order Thugs Karetzky, Kent, Hardy and Bredow (Theo Lingen, Gustav Diessl, Rudolf Shundler, Oskar Hocker, a.k.a. "Division 2-B"), summoned before their curtained-off boss, who is presumably the title character, who remains institutionalized, in Fritz Lang's The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, 1933.
M (1931) -- (Movie Clip) A Form Of Acting The perp's letter now published, various police officials (Theodor Loos, Franz Stein) proclaiming their methods, and Beckert (Peter Lorre) himself at the mirror, in Fritz Lang's favorite of all his films, M, 1931.
M (1931) -- (Movie Clip) You Mustn't Do That! Beckert (Peter Lorre) craving in a shop window as an uncredited child and mother evade his grasp, Lohmann (Otto Wernicke) inspecting his apartment at that very moment, in Fritz Lang's M, 1931.
Hitler's Madman (1943) -- (Movie Clip) As Your Protector Having just realized on camera that he needs to kill partisans before they resist, Reich Protector Heydrich (John Carradine, the title character) visits a professor (Tully Marshall) and class, in Hitler's Madman, 1943.
Hitler's Madman (1943) -- (Movie Clip) No Way To Treat Ladies Part sexual terror and part beauty show, Ava Gardner (as "Katy") is among the young Czech women being reviewed by Reich Protector Heydrich (John Carradine, the title character), in Douglas Sirk's Hitler's Madman, 1943.
M (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Child Killer Sought No messing about in director Joseph Losey’s opening, and star David Wayne is not revealed though the figure seen stalking various children sure resembles him, in producer Seymour Nebenzal’s Hollywood re-make of his original directed by Fritz Lang in Germany, M, 1951.
M (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Man In Black One little girl (Hanna Meron) leading the scary children's chant, then introducing the mother (Ellen Widmann), little Elsie (Inge Landgut) and (almost) the perp Beckert (Peter Lorre), opening Fritz Lang's M, 1931.
Kameradschaft (1931) -- (Movie Clip) As Long As There's No Gas The first scene underground, director G.W. Pabst in what looks very like a coal mine but really was a built set, starts with the workers on the German side then crosses the wall to the French, where there's a persistent fire, in Kameradschaft (a.k.a. Comradeship), 1931.
Kameradschaft (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Fire In The Hole French Francoise (Andree Ducret) is leaving on the train from the coal town on the German border, having decided she can't marry her miner boyfriend, when director G.W. Pabst goes underground for a remarkable early-sound action scene, in Kameradschaft (a.k.a. Comradeship), 1931.