Updates

Many important additions today – very rare photos and screencaps of a very good version of I Was a Spy. Special thanks to Birgit for part of the great scans.

The additions could be found as it follows:

Gallery

<Portraits

Articles – a new interesting interview of Conrad during the filming of Jew Suess (1934)

Movies I

<Lady Hamilton (1921)

<Lucrezia Borgia (1922)

<Der Student von Prag (1926)

Movies II

<Der Mann, der den Mord beging (1930/31)

<Der Kongress tanzt (1931)

<Die andere Seite (1933)

<I Was a Spy (1933)

<Jew Suess (1934)

<Tempête sur l’Asie (1938)

<The Men in Her Life (1941)

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Updates

*New additions today! As you know, I began to redesign the Conrad Veidt websites, and the most significant changes will be on this one. It will take several months from now on, because I need to reorganize all the galleries. I hope I will have the entire process finished in July or August. But, in the meantime, I will continue to add more interesting scans related to Connie’s life and career. From now on, each photo will be part of a certain gallery. For instance, if you are looking for a silent film of Connie’s, like Kreuzzug des Weibes, you will have to look at the sub-gallery from Movies I. Bella Donna will be part of a separate gallery from Movies II, and the portraits and screencaps from Connie’s life will be available at the separate galleries from the larger Gallery section. This way, it will be much easier for you to locate what you are looking for. All the approx. 3,000 scanned materials will have their own place in similar sub-galleries, which are part of several parent galleries (like Gallery, Movies I and Movies II).

For this week’s materials, I want to give my special thanks to my friend Marion from Germany, who is such a devoted fan and great admirer of Connie!

So, the new additions can be found as it follows:

Gallery>Portraits

               >Screencaps

Movies I>Kreuzzug des Weibes (1926)

Movies II>Bella Donna (1934)

                    >Tempête sur l’Asie (1938)