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Marius Goring

Marius Goring (1912-1998) was known for his Powell & Pressburger films (The Spy in Black, A Matter of Life & Death, The Red Shoes & Ill Met by Moonlight) as…
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Marius Goring 1930
Marius Goring 1940

Marius Goring Portraits

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Marius Goring Theatre Photos

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Marius Goring as Baron Leivens in Rembrandt (1936)
This was Marius's first speaking role in only his second feature film. Although his role was uncredited, he speaks all his lines to the film's star, Charles Laughton, who plays the titular lead role of Rembrandt.
Marius looks very handsome in his 17th century costume and with his lovely wavy red gold hair worn longer. Wish it had been in colour! However, the black & white cinematography is beautiful in this film.

Rembrandt (1936)

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The Observer (London, England) 5 February 1939

Consider Your Verdict (1938)

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The Observer (London, England) 13 March 1938

Dead Men Tell No Tales (1938)

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Charles Barrington (Marius Goring) being leaned on by his bookie to pay his debts
Marius Goring as Charles Barrington and Derrick de Marney as Bill Urquhart
Derrick de Marney as Bill Urquhart and Marius Goring as Charles Barrington

Flying Fifty-Five (1939)

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Marius Goring as Lt Felix Schuster, Conrad Veidt as Captain Hardt and Torin Thatcher
The boys are back in town!

The Spy in Black (1939)

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Ronald Shiner as Sergeant Totty and Marius Goring as Lord Lebanon in The Case of the Frightened Lady (1940)

The Case of the Frightened Lady (1940)

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Marius Goring as Fritz Gerte and Wilfrid Lawson as Frederick Hall in Pastor Hall 1940
Fritz has come to the concentration camp where he had Pastor Hall sent for anti-Nazi views. He tells Hall he can be released on signing an undertaking not to espouse anti-Nazi views in the future and not to speak of what he has seen in the camp. Hall refuses to sign or be silent. He condemns Fritz: "I denounce you in the name of God!" Fritz is stunned.
Fritz Gerte is the Stormtroop leader in the village of Altdorf where Pastor Hall and his daughter, Christine, live. The Stormtroopers are there to promote compliance to Nazi ideology and weed out any "undesirables" eg Jews, Communists, Socialists but Pastor Hall is resistant. Fritz falls for Christine and pressures her to become his girlfriend/mistress in exchange for protecting her father from imprisonment.

Pastor Hall (1940)

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Lobby Card

The Big Blockade (1942)

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Released in December 1943, the film is believed to be lost. It starred David Farrar and Anne Crawford with Marius Goring in a supporting role as a German officer (an Oberleutnant)

The Night Invader (1943)

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The True Story of Lili Marlene (1944)

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Night Boat to Dublin (1946)

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David Niven as Peter Carter and Marius Goring as Conductor 71 in A Matter of Life and Death 1946

A Matter of Life and Death (1946)

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Take My Life (1947)

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Marius Goring, composer Brian Easdale, music mixer Ted Drake, actor Esmond Knight, supervising music recordist Desmond Dew and conductor Sir Thomas Beecham during the recording of the music for The Red Shoes
One day, when I’m old, I want some lovely young girl to say to me “Tell me, where in your long life, Mr Craster, were you most happy?” And I shall say “Well, my dear, I never knew the exact place. It was somewhere on the Mediterranean. I was with Victoria Page.” “What?” she will say. “Do you mean the famous dancer?” I will nod. “Yes, my dear, I do. But then, she was quite young, comparatively unspoilt. We were, I remember, very much in love”.

The Red Shoes (1948)

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Marius Goring as Vincent Perrin in “Mr Perrin and Mr Traill” (1948)
Marius Goring as Vincent Perrin in “Mr Perrin and Mr Traill” (1948)

Mr Perrin and Mr Traill (1948)

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Highly Dangerous (1950)

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Marius Goring as Colonel Henri and Anna Neagle as Odette Hallowes in Odette (1950)
Marius is Colonel Henri, an officer in the Deutsche Abwehr (German Military Intelligence), is observing his men raiding a safe house in Cannes to round up members of a SOE (Special Operations Executive) group working for the Allies in WW2
Anna Neagle as Odette and Marius Goring as Colonel Henri in 'Odette' 1950

Odette (1950)

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Maria Schell as Helena Friese-Greene and Marius Goring as the House Agent

The Magic Box (1951)

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Circle of Danger (1951)

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Marius Goring and Ava Gardner on the set of Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951)
Marius Goring as Reggie Demarest & Ava Gardner as Pandora Reynolds in Pandora and the Flying Dutchman 1951

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951)

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Marius Goring as Colonel Günther von Hohensee in the 1952 film 'So Little Time' autographed

So Little Time (1952)

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Marius plays Kurt Willbrandt, a piano player/singer in a bar in Frankfurt who is involved in the black market. He smokes marijuana and is the boyfriend of Inge Hoffmann (Hildegard Knef).
Hildegarde Kneff as Inge Hoffman and Marius Goring as Kurt Willbrandt
Marius Goring and Hildegard Knef in “Nachts auf den Straßen (Nights on the Streets)” 1952

Nachts auf den Straßen (Nights on the Streets) (1952)

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Marius Goring as Inspector Lucas & Claude Rains as Kees Popinga in The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952)
Inspector Lucas (Marius Goring) is talking to Kees Popinga (Claude Rains) as a train takes them to Paris. Trivia: The bowtie that Marius is wearing is the same one he wears in 'Nachts auf den Straßen' (1952)

The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952)

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