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Curt Siodmak


43 Movies1TV shows
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About Curt Siodmak

Curt Siodmak is a 119 years old male from Dresden, Germany. Curt is most well known for writing, and has 44 known credits, of which 43 are movies, and 1 are TV shows.

Curt Siodmak’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Curt Siodmak’s movies you should definitely watch Metropolis (1927), as with 8.1 it is the highest rated movie Curt has worked on!

  1. Metropolis (1927)
  2. The Wolf Man (1941)
  3. Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)
  4. The Invisible Man Returns (1940)
  5. I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

1. Metropolis (1927 Movie)

The best rated movie Curt Siodmak has been a part of is the drama, science fiction movie Metropolis, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 8.1 and 8.3 on IMDb.

2. The Wolf Man (1941)

The Wolf Man has a rating on Friendspire of 7.4 and 7.3 on IMDb . Curt Siodmak worked on this horror, drama movie as writing.

3. Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)

In Earth vs. the Flying Saucers Curt Siodmak was worked as screenstory. This action, science fiction movie has a rating on Friendspire of 6.3 and 6.3 on IMDb.

4. The Invisible Man Returns (1940)

This drama, horror, mystery, science fiction, thriller movie has a rating on Friendspire of 6.0 and 6.5 on IMDb. In The Invisible Man Returns Curt Siodmak had the role of writing.

5. I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

Curt Siodmak was a part of the movie I Walked with a Zombie as writing. This drama, horror, fantasy movie has a rating Friendspire of 4.0 and 7.1 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Curt Siodmak born?

Curt Siodmak’s birthday is on 10 August 1902.

What is Curt Siodmak’s gender?

Curt Siodmak is male.

Where was Curt Siodmak born?

Curt Siodmak was born in Dresden, Germany.

What is Curt most known for?

Curt Siodmak is most known for writing. Curt has worked on 43 movies and 1 TV shows.

What is Curt Siodmak’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Metropolis, which has a score of 8.1.

Curt’s Filmography

As Working Man (uncredited). In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.

Executive producer. After his brother's death, Larry Talbot returns home to his father and the family estate. Events soon take a turn for the worse when Larry is bitten by a werewolf.

Executive producer. Test space rockets exploding at liftoff and increased reporting of UFO sightings culminate in a direct attempt by alien survivors of a dead, extra-galactic civilization to invade Earth from impervious flying saucers, using ray-weapons of mass destruction.

Executive producer. The Office of Scientific Investigations tracks down the source of increased magnetism and radioactivity in Los Angeles, and discovers that a man-made isotope is consuming available energy from nearby mass every few hours, doubling its size in the process. Although microscopic, it will soon become big enough to destroy Earth; and how to stop it is yet to be determined. The film's Deltatron special effects footage is taken from the 1934 German sci-fi film GOLD.

Executive producer. University professor George Kingsley is struck by gangsters while crossing the street, leaving him with brain damage and one of the gangsters, Cannon, paralyzed. Kingsley's friend Dr. Sovac attends to both men, and when Cannon offers him a reward for aiding his recovery, Kovac transplants part of Cannon's brain into the dying Kingsley's skull, creating a dual personality.

Executive producer. An EIGHT minute excerpt from the 1944 feature, House of Frankenstein, released in the 1960's to the 16mm & 8mm home movie market.

Executive producer. Murders, with victims dying from spines broken by brute strength, erupt in the city and the killers, when encountered, walk away unharmed by police bullets which strike them. A police doctor's investigation of the deaths leads to the discovery of an army of dead criminal musclemen restored to life, remotely controlled by a vengeful former crime boss and a former Nazi scientist, from the latter's laboratory hidden in the suburbs.

As Himself. Starting with The Wolf Man (in 1941), Universal Studios made five movies featuring The Wolf Man, a character portrayed by Lon Chaney, Jr. Monster by Moonlight! explores these movies. Rick Baker explains how the make-up was done on Chaney's character. Screenwriter Curtis Siodmak took very little from earlier werewolf legends, providing his own story for some of the films. This documentary displays clips from several other movies, including Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) and House of Dracula (1945).

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