The Conrad Veidt Home Page


Dear Conrad Veidt fans, 
Some months ago AOL lost most of my Conrad Veidt site files, and they have not been able to restore them,
which is why there are so many missing links on this site.  Years ago I placed the backup files on zip discs which 
I no longer use.  Until I can find the time to re-upload the hundreds of lost files, you can access an older version 
of my website archived at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine here:

http://web.archive.org/web/20050406083051/http://www.gildasattic.com/conradveidt.html


 
Articles
Bibliography
Caligari to Casablanca
Filmography
Videography
Video Dealers
CV Record
Movie Reviews
Photo Gallery
Posters
CVS Archive
Letters to CVS
Memorabilia
Links


JOURNEY'S END?
The Amazing Career of Conrad Veidt
Profile by 
PAT WILKS BATTLE
 

The Photography
of  Walter Limot
 

Painting identified!
Click here for details

The Indian Tomb: 
An Interview with
David Shepard

Contraband: 
An Interview with 
David Pierce

 

Conrad Veidt
Conrad Veidt (1893-1943)
 

Multimedia Highlights:



 


A grave matter concerning Conrad Veidt.
View his final resting place.
 
 

Connie's costar in Orlacs Hände:
Alexandra Sorina
 

NEWIN MEMORIAM
Hans Grohman, Friend of Conrad Veidt


An Interview with Bret Wood
by Paula Vitaris


John Chatterton presents 
THE CABINET 
OF DR CALIGARI
 Book by Richard Lawton and  Douglas Hicton
Music and lyrics by
Douglas Hicton


The Indian Tomb
Now on video!
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Tower Records

Read about the soundtrack 
for "The Indian Tomb" 
by Eric Beheim:
Music for a Maharajah


"Veidt Fright"

A poem by
William D. Eggert
A Virtual Garden of Poetry

 


 
 

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New Links:

www.conrad-veidt-society.de by R. Peter Stens

www.conradveidt.de by Michaela Krause

www.carldevogt.org by Joan McDonald

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The Conrad Veidt Home Page was founded by Gilda Tabarez on August 24, 1997.
Site last modified November 8, 2003.
All of the material presented on this site is for educational purposes only.
Grateful acknowledgement is given to Jim Rathlesberger, founder of the Conrad Veidt Society,
for providing back issues of the CVS Newsletter and letters from CVS members.
Background  music by Miklos Rosza from "The Thief of Baghdad" (1940).
 
 


 

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