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  • It was a concept that had been around since the very early days of the band, since the late '90s, Jack actually had the outline of what the 12 songs were going to be dating back to the earliest days of World / Inferno, some of the songs had been written, the "Heart Attack" waltz, the title track "Peter Lorre", "Weimar" had been written.

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  • Taking a pastis here is like being on the set of a classic noir movie while waiting for Peter Lorre to make an entrance.

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  • The great Peter Lorre gets a spotlight on his lone directorial effort "Der Verlorene" "The Lost One".

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  • Everett Collection Peter Lorre returned to Germany for his 1951 film 'Der Verlorene.'

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  • For proof one need only watch the director's risible adaptation of Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" 1935, with Peter Lorre as Raskolnikov.

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  • It's a fascinating archive that includes links to The Manxman (1929), his last silent film, as well as features such as Blackmail (1929), Sabotage (1936) and the first version of The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934), starring Peter Lorre.

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  • Like Peter Lorre, Brower's fictional Simon Moro is a drug addict former star of German expressionist cinema and a onetime Brecht player.

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  • He ordered drinks at the bar and opened his bag and took out his ax and split the skull of Peter Lorre.

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  • Like Peter Lorre, Brower's fictional Simon Moro is a drug addict former star of German expressionist cinema and a onetime Brecht player.

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  • There's Rango, of course, speaking in tongues as varied as those of Peter Lorre or Hugh Griffith, and constantly changing costumes as he searches for the creature he was meant to be.

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