Please take into consideration each and every detail when it comes to Connie’s elegant and sophisticated signature. It’s for your own good. Don’t spend your money on precious items which, in fact, are created by certain dishonest people who want to make money out of the Conrad Veidt collections. Again, please be careful. You will find on this website many autographed postcards of Conrad which are originals, and you could take them as an example (see the Gallery-Portraits section). I will be posting next week another autographed postcard of Connie, at the Gallery section.
*Many new additions from my collections, including several screencaps of a good version of the silent film Der Gang in die Nacht (1920) and also some amazing portraits of Conrad from The Last Performance (1929). The updates could be found as it follows:
<Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (1919/20)
<Der Gang in die Nacht (1920)
<The Man Who Laughs (1928)
<The Last Performance (1929)
<The Wandering Jew (1933)
<Dark Journey (1937)
<The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
Also special thanks to Birgit for some of the scans.
Here are part of the additions. Check the galleries for more photos.
We are celebrating today Viola’s 87th birth anniversary, and on this occasion I would like to include here five rare photos of Conrad and his daughter during her visit to Denham Studios, where The Thief of Bagdad was filmed in 1939, and also a unique picture of them two at the zoo, in London.
These were the last moments when Viola ever saw her father…
As some of the Conrad Veidt fans observed, there is a person who claims that he has the DVD of the silent film Paganini, which is officially lost. Through this website I want to advise everybody to keep aside from any offers related to the film mentioned above, because to my knowledge it is lost for good. So, don’t even consider buying that film because it’s a fraud.
Birgit opened a thread on the Conrad Veidt Forum and mentioned this, too. There are people who paid money for the DVD, but, of course, they never received it, so be careful.