Monday, 20 January 2014

Paul Panzer

Born: 3 November 1872, W├╝rzburg, Bavaria, Germany
Died: 16 August 1958, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Paul Panzer was a silent move star who made hundreds of films during the silent and sound eras. Most of his sound work was in non-speaking bit parts.
Too Many Kisses (1925) as Pedro
Paul Panzer is on the right, with William Powell and Arthur Ludwig.
Narcotic (1933) as Cashier
Paul Panzer is seated behind the desk in the light coloured hat.

Men Are Such Fools (1938) as Janitor Outside Elevator (uncredited)

Another typical role in Paul Panzer's later career. Wayne Morris is waiting for the elevator.

Nancy Drew... Reporter (1939) as Newspaper Office Worker (uncredited)

Paul Panzer is highlighted in the background. The foreground actors include Joan Leslie, Charles Halton, Florence Halop, Lois Verner, Thomas E. Jackson and Bonita Granville.

Four Wives (1939) as Guest at Wedding Reception (uncredited)
Paul Panzer is in the foreground on the right, walking across the shot with other extras. Waiting behind them to feature in the shot are Dick Foran and Jeffrey Lynn. Eddie Albert is on the far right, in the background.

British Intelligence (1940) as Peasant (Williams in disguise)

Busses Roar (1942) as Saboteur (uncredited)

Paul Panzer's face is in the bottom right corner of this picture. The actor on the left is Peter Whitney and Rex Williams is on the right.

Casablanca (1942) as Paul - Waiter at Rick's (uncredited)

With Humphrey Bogart.

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