Carl Esmond

Carl Esmond


Life Events


London film acting debut


First Hollywood film as actor

Photo Collections

Sundown - Scene Stills
Here are several scene stills from Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), starring Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot, and George Sanders.
Sundown - Lobby Cards
Here are some Lobby Cards from Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), from the original 1941 release as well as a 1948 reissue. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.


Movie Clip

Her Highness And The Bellboy (1945) -- (Movie Clip) She Wants To Go Native With Agnes Moorehead as her counsel the countess, Hedy Lamarr, a Hungarian princess, arrives at her New York hotel, Ludwig Stossel as "Pufi," and soon confesses her true purpose, unconcerned about the ubiquitous Baron Zoltan (Carl Esmond), in Her Highness And the Bellboy, 1945.
Ministry Of Fear (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Killed Me! Widower Neale (Ray Milland) and Willi (Carl Esmond), hunting spies in wartime London, join the seance hosted by Mrs. Bellane (Hillary Brooke), Cost (Dan Duryea) also a late arrival, in Fritz Lang's Ministry Of Fear, 1944, from a Graham Greene novel.
Navy Comes Through, The -- (Movie Clip) Admiral Babe Youthful "Babe" (Jackie Cooper) with parents (Mary Young, Joe Cunningham) reports to Mallory (Pat O'Brien) who also receives Dutch (Carl Esmond) and Sampler (Frank Jenks) in The Navy Comes Through, 1942.
Address Unknown (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Two Stools At Once Jewish-American Griselle (K.T. Stevens) meets proto-Nazi Baron von Frieche (Carl Esmond) who has advice about her kind for her "Uncle" Martin (Paul Lukas) in William Cameron Menzies' Address Unknown, 1944.
Address Unknown (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Open, No Baseball Opening credits and a cordial scene between German-American art-dealer partners Martin (Paul Lukas) and Max (Morris Carnovsky) in San Francisco, from William Cameron Menzies' political drama Address Unknown, 1944.
Address Unknown (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Charm And Courtesy Martin (Paul Lukas) and family in Munich, receive a letter from partner Max (Morris Carnovsky) and son Heinrich (Peter Van Eyck) back in San Francisco, with an odd client (Mary Young) in Address Unknown, 1944.