Some of his directors seem terrified of him (and I don’t blame them) so he gets away with murder. Conrad Veidt looked at Barrymore for a moment and replied “Well I just fuck them with my face.” The two actors became great friends from that moment on and made a remarkable film together.”. He said, “Each new villainous role presented a challenge to me – could I make such an unreal character real? Not many people seem to be aware of his absurdist sense of humour. Valerie Hobson, with her large expressive eyes and supremely lady-like manner graced films in England and the United States for twenty years. This was as late as The Thief Of Bagdad, so he was still working on his pronunciation in his mid to late forties. I’d always liked him, on a superficial level, but what I was now learning was leading me down a wormhole towards fixation. Just wow! Metaphysics of chemistry – When it is said that females cannot be geniuses, that is no longer so. Despite the scandal, Profumo’s wife - actress Valerie Hobson - stayed with him and went on to work alongside him. I never would have thunk it. It was all a great missed opportunity. Seriously, had Veidt lived longer and gone back to the UK, he might have been eligible for some kind of honour for his outstanding financial and personal contribution to the war effort, although I don’t know where he would have stood as someone who was a naturalised citizen. Not even a coded or subliminal one! Valerie Hobson was the daughter of a Royal Navy captain whose love of alcohol and gambling meant that the family was frequently very poor. and dominatrix Hobson. Could they not at least have called that movie ATTACK OF THE KILLER CHEEKBONES? ‘He was tall, lean, almost transparent. When people met him in real life, this aspect of his personality always took them by surprise. Weaker actors performing next to him are in danger of being sucked into his Event Horizon. sjmw, I’ll try and find that poem. FEE BACK AGAIN with a theory that belongs to me, which is mine and is along the following lines. Bear in mind that he didn’t seriously start learning English until he was in his thirties. If he’s remembered at all it’s either because of The Man Who Laughs/Joker connection or his uncanny, silent Weimar roles. His face is one of the most expressive ever to have graced the silver screen, giving us access to individual thoughts with micromovements of the muscles. I had no flesh on my bones. Still remember looking at Veidt and remarking: “He has pretty eyes.” My grandmother laughed and said, “She likes the villain. But he could also boom like a bass drum if required. I love the idea of him tuning in to the 1930’s version of Gardener’s Question Time in order to improve his diction. […] Conrad Veidt, breaking arms with one sweep of his eyelashes since 1893. Conrad Veidt was bisexual. We see the blackout in London and how it aids the Nazis. Why didn’t I write down everything I wanted to say, that I hadn’t said, in an article, or articles, on Shadowplay? I didn’t recall the book I was browsing, but given that this happened about fifteen years ago and it was a new collection of poems, I narrowed it down to WITHOUT TITLE (Penguin, 2006). And the elements that make up his appeal are so timeless, that I’m frankly astonished he doesn’t have hundreds of millions of fans worshipping at little Connie shrines. (If you’ve read about Con’s Weimar fun and games, you’ll know EXACTLY what I’m talking about.) FIONA’S VOICE ISSUING FROM INSIDE HER HUSBAND’S CAT AVATAR – Thank you Katya. In fact he jokingly complained that he felt he was stealing money from Warner Brothers because he was just showing up every day and sliding into a Nazi uniform. Yes, America wasted him. Conrad Veidt contemplates taking his trousers off. It was from The Student Of Prague (1926) and showed Balduin/Veidt attempting to attack his split-off mirror image/soul with a tree branch. to love two men at once? There’s a miraculous moment in Hollywood B picture, Nazi Agent (1942), which freely borrows from his earlier twin film, The Two Brothers/ Die Brüder Schellenberg (1926), where his eyes change from a shocked adult’s to a horrified child’s. ‘First saw this on TV when I was about 5 years old. I had read previously that Veidt held a strong attraction for members of both sexes. His face, when she enters a room, is a lovely study in surprise and hopefulness, almost boyish, a complete revelation coming from this gargantuan Teutonic thing. You can’t appreciate how versatile he was until you’ve seen the complete set of movies, not all of them good I admit, although he brings his ‘ineffable Connieness’ as writer David Ehrenstein says, to each and every one of them. No, no, no. Intelligent, emotional, playful invertebrates. George Cukor, director of A Woman’s Face, said of him, “He always looked like the wickedest man in the world, yet he was really very gay and funny.” Odd things would happen frequently in his life, and he would habitually refer to them as The Incident Of The Dreaded Something. Remarkably, he managed to reinvent himself and metamorphosise from floppy-haired stick insect contortionist to mature leading man/character actor relatively smoothly, although there was a “squeaking horror” moment, probably involving the part-talkie Bride Number 68 aka Land Without Women (1929), the first German sound film. My legs were always getting in the way. Director Berthold Viertel (The Passing Of The Third Floor Back, 1935) said he used it like a musical instrument, modulating it for different effects. dispensing chloroform out of her furs. It took Michael Balcon to extract him from a potentially fatal situation. You’re too kind. Shortly after enrolling at RADA at age 16, Valerie Hobson was cast in her first film the inferior "Eyes of Fate" (1933). That’s his DeTrousering, stabby, throwing people out of windows, Rome Express Look. Valerie Hobson Net Worth & Money Factor boat that sank us – splendid! People search results for Valerie Hobson. But sjmw is a indeed a wonder for coming up with that info. People Search; Find Address; Phone Lookup; Background Check Connie Veidt is most definitely AN AXIOM OF THE CINEMA! (We know a song about that, don’t we children?). Passionate timing – saved by the torpedo. Self-conscious about his accent when speaking English, he would articulate the words slowly and softly when everyone else was yelling to the back of the stalls in the early to mid-1930s; British talkies were still toddling away from stage-bound techniques even at this stage. Change ). One thing that struck me forcefully was that the final edit of our video essay, The Face Deceives, still leaned quite heavily towards him being a ‘horror’ star and inspiration for The Joker, two hoary old clichés I’m passionate about dispelling. David Profumo was just seven when his father, who had been Secretary of State for War, resigned from the Macmillan government. Something beyond his control relentlessly drives him on.”. Refreshingly, he’s a goodie in this film, albeit a strange one. Once you get used to the British soldiers clicking heels in salute, it, and he, is just terrific. But with gappy teeth (If sunrises can have teeth). She studied dancing at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) and appeared on the stage for the first time at age 16, but she contracted a case of scarlet fever and decided to give up dancing for acting. They dangled out of my sleeves, which seemed always too short.”. Over the coming months, I’ll be peering into the Magic Crystal from The Thief Of Bagdad to examine the Veidt Mystique and reviewing every one of the sound films currently available in chronological order. Ah-ha, I found it. His best moments are when he confesses to that bitch Ms Lannartze that his latest flying expedition failed and he was so ashamed he couldn’t return home immediately. He’s also surrounded by non English speakers which would mess with his focus. He completely belongs to Today. Valerie Hobson in The Rocking Horse Winner. It doesn’t give Connie much wiggle room to do anything really interesting. … (Changes in continuity my credit.) And don’t shoot me if you fall in love with him. How could I not. And weight is 65 KG. Once you start watching a Connie film, it’s almost impossible NOT to connect with him. He was a fan of Paul Muni and Charles Laughton and could easily have been their equal given the right parts, but he ended up playing second banana to Red Skelton in Whistling In The Dark (1941). Very bad.’, Conrad Veidt/Major Ellissen , F.P.1 Doesn’t Answer (1933), On August the 17th, Eureka/Masters Of Cinema will be releasing The Man Who Laughs (1928). Rebecca to Rachel: 10 of the best Daphne du Maurier films, If Classic Movie Quotes were Politically Correct, It's Alive: The True Story of Frankenstein. Something he later admitted to in a startlingly honest interview. They both loved the dramatic and romantic tension it created, and began sparring with each other creatively, leading to the marvellous chemistry they have on screen. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002RI9F9A/ref=docs-os-doi_0. (With Keaton it reached the point where I became acknowledged as something of an expert – at least in UK.) That shows just how much attention I paid to ABOVE SUSPICION. He is certainly the most interesting character in the thief of Baghdad. He played twins and people separated from their reflections/souls, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and The Devil and Jesus Christ; gender reversal also crops up, with Veidt taking on traditionally feminine emotional and dramatic aspects. Let’s deal with this from the get-go so we can move on. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. The Spy in White , released as The Secret of Stamboul in the U.K., is a 1936 British thriller film , taken from the novel The Eunuch of Stamboul by Dennis Wheatley , directed by Andrew Marton and starring Valerie Hobson , James Mason and Frank Vosper . But unlike you I am a massive fan of Loretta Young. In one memorable on set moment during Rome Express, when he was only supposed to be taking off his jacket, director Walter Forde turned round for a couple of seconds and when he turned back again the trousers had come off too! You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Should we be worried?”’, ‘Even Conrad Veidt, Major Strasser from Casablanca is *sexy* here. The DeTrousering can be explained by a) his natural playfulness, and b) his boredom and frustration with a very one-dimensional role. This is how it goes – When Valerie Hobson demands that they henceforth speak in English instead of German in The Spy In Black, and Connie replies, “And eat in English?” I put it to you that his line is an original Veidt improv. And I’m grown up.”. She’s generously allowing me to use scans from her extensive collection, all out of her desire to see Veidt’s profile raised in the public consciousness. They could also flash from Crazy Kubrick Stare to Wounded Lovelorn Adolescent to Tortured Soul in a nanosecond, liquifying into the softest, tenderest, most vulnerable eyes the cinema has ever seen in a man. As I said before, his films often examined duality. It’s on the record, from a number of sources, and yet a surprising number of people who have written about him deny him his identity. This leads me to believe that sometime in the late 1920s he’d invented and perfected the art of non-digital morphing. He’s in it too. He compressed his wild physicality down to the size of a pin-prick, losing the flailing but retaining the emotional power. well purged into senescence. proud, choppy, flown at regulation height. but this confounds me and is worth the price. On the contrary said Connie (teutonically) — it reminded him of the adventures he and his wife had while helping his wife’s relatives get out of Austria. Unfortunately — it doesn’t really add up if we believe that Connie didn’t speak English at this time. Back where we started. I can imagine them running about, giving the bad guys/gals fits, pausing occasionally to quip, tie each other up, and sexily squabble over who the dominant and submissive partner is in the relationship. TY Charles. Automata and doubles are two things that recur in the Veidt filmography. He sends out such strong waves of feeling, you’d have to lack a pulse not to respond and empathise. As previously advertised, spoiler alert. One released in 1920, the second in 1928, and the final one in 1942. just as I said it would be. See more ideas about valerie, bride of frankenstein, david lean. Valerie Hobson. Cukor reshot the ending of ‘Escape’ to great effect, so he must have been very happy to work with him on A Woman’s Face. In casual interviews he’s constantly leaping out of chairs, ending his sentences with exclamation marks, doing silly voices and making faces. Metaphysics of physics:  what is the secret (her low Lugerian accent); gräfin in back Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Born in Larne, Ireland, she began her career on the London stage but soon entered the cinema. And the drag of course. What’s not to like?! This interview took place in 1941. Although I think it was a different kind of self-awareness and technical knowledge to Marlene Dietrich, who was reputed to be able to FEEL whether her lighting was right. Only briefly, but I was in a STATE. There are also occasional echoes of his adolescent clumsiness, before he’d trained that ludicrously lanky body to be graceful and controlled. The 1940s was a ripe period for women in British films, when stars such as Margaret Lockwood, Phyllis Calvert, Valerie Hobson and Jean Simmons had a chance to shine. It must have been heart-breaking for an actor of his ability to be so straight-jacketed. I never forgot it. That must be it. with bears of cotton-waste and most chaste oaths. Hob­son was born Ba­bette Va­lerie Louise Hobson in Larne, County Antrim, in Ul­ster. Connie looks for his woman in Land Without Women/ Das Land ohne Frauen (1929), an activity you’d think he’d realise was a complete waste of time with a title like that. Who gives a shit about some freaky German actor? When men say things like ‘I bet it is a woman driving’ if something is wrong with the car ahead – no, no. Many of his roles embodied the idea of The Outsider or The Other, and even his villainous roles are shot through with pathos. A few years earlier he was actually ‘detained’ by the Nazis while fulfilling a contractual obligation in Germany because he was planning to make the anti-anti Semitic Jew Süss/Power (1934) and refused to budge despite threats, humiliation and sleep deprivation being forced upon him (this guy was FEARLESS). His smile could look murderously insane, or boyishly sweet. wiped off the celluloid, all watches primed He liked her so much he married her. Actress. Amusingly, a commentator on YouTube had this to say about F.P.1, ‘Aaaaw. In the state of heightened tensions, MI5 — the British domestic counterintelligence agency — had their eye … Valerie Hobson (born Babette Valerie Louise Hobson, 14 April 1917 – 13 November 1998) was an Irish-born actress who appeared in a number of films during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Private Eye. (/ p r ə ˈ f juː m oʊ / prə-FEW-moh; 30 January 1915 – 9 March 2006) was a British politician whose career ended in 1963 after a sexual relationship with the 19-year-old model Christine Keeler in 1961. Chuck, if CV approached me with *that* look in his eyes, brandishing a cigarette at me, I’d scream and run for the hills. It’s seen as too niche. He’s a bit like The Black Hole of Acting. The odds are there will only be a pile of Fiona ash left at its conclusion. https://tinyurl.com/y3t927ge. In some shots in A Woman’s Face he looks like Inspector Clouseau turning into a big cat. The syndrome you describe is all too familiar to me, having been through the same form of obsession with, in turn, Brando, Buster Keaton and John Barrymore. ( Log Out /  Ultimately it’s explained by poor availability of his sound films in English, German and French. But he did speak French well. I told you he was Duality Personified. And valedictions. Elegant, quintessentially English (although born in Northern Ireland) Valerie Hobson was the daughter of a British army officer. Can you help me out sjmw? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Valerie Hobson, with her large expressive eyes and supremely lady-like manner graced films in England and the United States for twenty years. Thrills, spills, secret rays, clever banter and eccentric British characters make ‘Q Planes’ a high-tension thriller and a light-hearted romp. Her second husband was John Profumo, a government minister who became the subject of a sensational sex scandal in 1963. It’s rather unseemly for a middle-aged woman to be falling in love with a long-dead German film star but here we are. Cast: Dennis Price, Valerie Hobson, Joan Greenwood, Alec Guinness Narrated by the fastidious Louis Mazzini (Dennis Price), who has plotted to murder eight members of an aristocratic family that had slighted his saintly mother, the film proceeds on … “I bet they loved that,” said David wryly. I was moaning down the phone one day to one of my BFF about this state of affairs, when she came up with a genius suggestion. The mind melting ending of The Baddies 1972 sees all three Goodies in hand to hand combat with robot doppelgängers. This entry was posted on July 24, 2020 at 11:43 am and is filed under FILM with tags A Woman's Face, Casablanca, Conrad Veidt, Contraband, Different from the Others, F.P.1 Doesn't Answer, Land Without Women, Nazi Agent, Rome Express, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, The Chess Player, The Hands of Orlac, The Janus Face, The Last Company, The Man Who Laughs, The Men In Her Life, The Passing of the Third Floor Back, The Spy in Black, The Student of Prague, The Thief of Bagdad, The Wandering Jew, Whistling in the Dark. (I recently re-watched Marlon Brando in Last Tango In Paris and was reminded of Veidt’s emotional openness). Glorious piece Fiona, so happy to see a goodly plug to the most underrated PnP film, Contraband, and my favourite British 30s film, Passing Of The Third Floor Back. I’d have said not With Donald Calthorp in F.P.1. Not good. It’s very similar in tone to “It’s not my fault, my screenwriter has an accent.” So there we have it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATQfiR9HBnw. The Passing Of The Third Floor Back from ConnieVeidt. Connie could speak English at that time but not fluently. Imperilled by a virgin’s lack of nous, For me, the key Connie Veidt films are THIEF OF BAGHDAD, CALIGARI (inevitably) and, pre-eminently, THE SPY IN BLACK, which even inspired an uncharacteristically accessible (and spoilery) poem from spiky obscurantist Geoffrey Hill. I should guess Thank you so much for all the lovely comments. and she a Presbyterian in love, Here it is. Since he claimed to be much more at ease in the presence of women than men, it would have been fascinating to see Veidt directed by a woman, say, Ida Lupino, his co-star in one of the two radio versions of A Woman’s Face . He can either be terrifyingly still or smoothly elegant in his movements, a choreographer dancing through a part while looking entirely natural and spontaneous; his long fingered hands gracefully arcing through the air; carefully touching objects; or in a signature gesture, cupping the head of the person his gaze is focused on. Age 81 years (age at death) old. Complete with a spy window to keep and "eye" on them. These are old, worn out prejudices, they do not belong in Today.”. The banner day has finally arrived! That insane enthusiasm and commitment to their art. Actress who excelled on screen in aristocratic roles and later stood loyally by her husband John Profumo Valerie Hobson, who has died aged 81, was a leading lady in the British cinema of the Thirties and Forties and achieved a second, unsought, moment in the spotlight as the wife of John Profumo, the Tory minister at the centre of the Christine Keeler affair in 1963. Nice shout-out to that marvellous film CONTRABAND, whose relationship with SPY seems analogous to the two Robert Mitchum-Jane Greer films OUT OF THE PAST and THE BIG STEAL: the first film reveals an amazing chemistry between its often antagonistic leads which is exploited in a lighter, more romantic way by the second. feign mind and soul like eerie Harpo Marx, It seemed an innocent time when House & Garden magazine visited Secretary of State for War John Profumo and his wife, the actress Valerie Hobson at their home in February 1961. You really, really want him to get the girl and he so rarely does. (And fucking amazing. I become obsessed with a certain subject then study it until it squeaks. Valerie Hobson, Actress: Bride of Frankenstein. Don’t tempt me. I know he’s best known for his villains, but I have to say, I like him best when he’s doing things most male actors don’t dare do, and that is crack himself open to reveal deep tenderness and sorrow. So, I’ll be reviewing the ‘sound’ career (no Cabinet of Dr. Caligari or The Man Who Laughs here) of Connie while taking a sneaky peek at him as a person, and how that personhood informed his artistry. You’re aware of the many layers of emotional complexity he added to his often underwritten roles. There’s something not quite real about him, and simultaneously he’s painfully tangible. He said, “I prefer to talk with females. No intermission as the shock flotilla So glad you’re examining “The Thief of Bagdad” — which is a very important film for me because as a kid Sabu was the only person in the movies who looked like me and in this one he had The Best Part Ever! It had a strange, unearthly, beauty that could range from a loud, metallic clang, to a mocking purr, to a harsh rasp, and finally to a light, soft, sibilant caress, that often shook with emotion. My First Contact with Veidt was a still in The Gifford (a legendary tome on this blog), seen at about the age of twelve. 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