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Paul Henreid Overview:

Legendary actor, Paul Henreid, was born Paul Georg Julius Hernreid Ritter von Wassel-Waldingau on Jan 10, 1908 in Trieste, Austria-Hungary. (now in Italy). Henreid appeared in over 55 film and TV roles. His best known films include Casablanca, Now Voyager, The Spanish Main, Of Human Bondage, Song of Love, Thief of Damascus, Siren of Bagdad and Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Henreid died at the age of 84 on Mar 29, 1992 in Santa Monica, CA and was laid to rest in Woodlawn Cemetary Cemetery in Santa Monica, CA.

MINI BIO:

A banker's son, Paul Henreid began his career in publishing, but turned to acting in his mid-twenties. After a beginning in Austrian films, he soon fled to England where he became a useful top supporting player, then onto Hollywood. Here, his thin lips rarely breaking into a smile, he seemed forever to be the refugee or stateless person, soon as star or semi-star opposite a number of dominant actresses in 'women's pictures'. He also played in some lightweight swashbucklers.

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY:

Henreid's autobiography Ladies' Man: An Autobiography was published in 1984.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures. Henreid was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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By Virginie Pronovost on Jun 16, 2015 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

Monika Henreid, daughter of actor , is working on a movie documentary about her father. She has started a campaign to raise funds for her project. Of course, I invite you to support her and donate. It can be $5 if you want to, or more! To see the informations about this campaign?and dona... Read full article


Happy Birthday! To Actors: , Ray Bolger and Sal Mineo, born on January 10th (2)

By C. S. Williams on Jan 10, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

found his claim to fame rooted in his performances in films from 1939 through 1945, wherein he appeared in some of the best movies of that era, with Goodbye Mr. Chips, 1939,?Joan of Paris, 1942 and Casablanca, 1942, those being his best and each becoming true classic films ... Read full article


Happy Birthday! To Actors: , Ray Bolger and Sal Mineo, born on January 10th

By C. S. Williams on Jan 10, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

found his claim to fame rooted in his performances in films from 1939 through 1945, wherein he appeared in some of the best movies of that era, with Goodbye Mr. Chips, 1939,?Joan of Paris, 1942 and Casablanca, 1942, those being his best and each becoming true classic films ... Read full article


Happy Birthday! To Actors: , Ray Bolger and Sal Mineo, born on January 10th

By C. S. Williams on Jan 10, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

found his claim to fame rooted in his performances in films from 1939 through 1945, wherein he appeared in some of the best movies of that era, with Goodbye Mr. Chips, 1939,?Joan of Paris, 1942 and Casablanca, 1942, those being his best and each becoming true classic films ... Read full article


Classic Movie Legend Tribute:

By minooallen on Jan 10, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, , born January 10, 1908! For me, one of the factors that creates the ?Classic Hollywood Mythos? is its time period. With an evolution that ranges in time from the Roaring Twenties, to the Great Depression and World War II, ending in the last days o... Read full article


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Paul Henreid Quotes:

Tina Durrance (to her father, Jerry): Do you like me?
Jerry (looking at Charlotte): I love you.


The Ragpicker: Countess if only you knew... Shall we tell her?... Nothing Countess, it's you that are hiding. You see, there was a time when old clothes were as good as new. In fact they were better because when people wore clothes they gave something to them. But that was a long time ago, Countess. Just as, there was a time when... when garbage was a pleasure. Oh, it smelled a little strange or seemed confused, that's because there was everything there. The smell of sardine, of iendine, calone, roses. An amature would leap to the wrong conclusion. But to a professional, it was the smell of life... No Countess, the world has changed. The garbage has changed... People are not the same, Countess. People are different. No one is involved with anyone anymore. There's been an invasion, and infatuation. The world isn't beautiful no longer. The world is not happy... Because you've been dreaming a long time, Countess, and, no one wanted to disturb you. Countess, look, there was a time remember you could walk along the streets of Paris and everybody you met were just like yourself. I mean, oh, a little cleaner maybe or dirty perhaps or angry or smiling. But you knew them. I knew them too. And one day, 20 years ago I saw a face in the crowd. Face without a face; the eyes empty, the expression not human. It was not a human face at all. It saw me staring and when it looked back at me with its gelatin eyes, I shuttered. Because I knew to make room for one of them, one of us must have left the earth. The world is full of faceless people, Countess, and once you stop dreaming, as we all had stopped dreaming, you see them quite clearly. They were here today.


Victor Laszlo: Welcome back to the fight. This time I know our side will win.


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In 1943, he and his wife Lisl purchased the luxurious "Fonda House", designed by architect Paul Williams, from Henry Fonda and his wife Frances for $42,000. In 1970, tired of the expense and work to maintain such a large property, they sold that house and bought a smaller one in Pacific Palisades. Norman Lear was a later owner of the Fonda/Henreid house.

Was wary about appearing in Casablanca (1942) for fear that it would ruin his image and cause him to fade from the public eye. Ironically, it's the very film which immortalized him.

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