Yeah, this is Peter Lorre speaking

Yeah, this is Peter Lorre speaking

Fangirl: "Aww I thought you were magnificent in M" Lorre: *rolls his eyes* Seriously, did MGM publicists expect us to believe that Peter Lorre is in the phonebook??? Original trailer for "Mad Love" (1935), directed by Karl Freund.

Priceless scene with Peter Lorre and Vincent Price

Priceless scene with Peter Lorre and Vincent Price

Get ready to have a good laugh!

Peter Lorre - Monsters of the Deep

Peter Lorre - Monsters of the Deep

I can't believe I missed this the first time around. This bonus was so well-hidden in the "20'000 Leagues" DVD I didn't find it until now. Here Peter utters such lines as: "It's by far the most exciting picture I've ever worked in" with deadpan conviction. That and: "I can hardly wait to see myself, myself". Priceless.

Mad Love (1935) – It Is I Who Am Mad!

Mad Love (1935)  – It Is I Who Am Mad!

Mad Love (1935) – It Is I Who Am Mad! Watch MAD LOVE Now! ➤ http://bit.ly/2eKIRWX Click here to try the All New Warner Archive! ➤ http://bit.ly/2eEm1BZ Click here to subscribe ➤ http://bit.ly/2e3N7Wu == Mad Love (1935) Directed By Karl Freund ⋅ 1935 ⋅ 67 min Peter Lorre makes his English speaking debut in one of the true classics of the horror genre. The best of the many adaptations of the genre staple The Hands of Orlac, director Karl Freund's (The Mummy) production hits high watermarks with its striking, one-of-a-kind art direction, wardrobe and cinematography, delivering a rococo/deco hybrid that has been oft' imitated but never surpassed. Starring Peter Lorre and Colin Clive

Casablanca (1942) Peter Lorre, Color

Casablanca (1942)  Peter Lorre,  Color

Michael Curtiz

Peter Lorre: They make me laugh

Peter Lorre: They make me laugh

Racketeer Rabbit

The many voices of Billy West

The many voices of Billy West

Penn Jillette interviews the infamous Billy West and asks him to perform his many characters. For the rest of this show, or to see other episodes visit http://pennsundayschool.com/ or subscribe on iTunes.

LOONEY TUNES (Looney Toons): Hollywood Steps Out (1941) [ULTRA HD 4K Remastered]

LOONEY TUNES (Looney Toons): Hollywood Steps Out (1941) [ULTRA HD 4K Remastered]

This video streams up to Ultra HD 4k (2160p). Hollywood Steps Out is a 1941 short Merrie Melodies cartoon by Warner Bros., directed by Tex Avery. The cartoon features caricatures of Hollywood celebrities from the 1930s and early 1940s including Clark Gable, Wallace Beery, Bing Crosby, Greta Garbo and Groucho Marx. Directed by: Tex Avery Produced by: Leon Schlesinger Story by: Melvin Millar Voices by: Kent Rogers (Additional Male Characters-uncredited) Dave Barry (Additional Male Characters-uncredited) Mel Blanc (Jerry Colonna/Peter Lorre-uncredited) Sara Berner (All Female Characters-uncredited) Music by: Carl W. Stalling Animation by: Robert McKimson, Virgil Ross, Rod Scribner Studio: Leon Schlesinger Productions Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures Release date(s): May 24, 1941 (Original), October 2, 1948 (Blue Ribbon Re-Issue) Color process: Technicolor Language: English 8thManDVD.com and all content © 2016 ComedyMX LLC. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use is prohibited. The looney tunes (commonly mistaken as Looney Toons) series features characters such as bugs bunny, daffy duck & porky pig. The looney tunes cartoons, movies and new looney tunes show have been produced for years. The looney tunes full episodes, produced by the official looney tunes are available on DVD and TV.

Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre - Racketeer Rabbit

Edward G. Robinson and Peter Lorre -  Racketeer Rabbit

you imbecile you bloated idiot you stupid fathead you

you imbecile you bloated idiot you stupid fathead you

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