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Conrad Veidt Was Different from the Others

My darlings, if you have known me for longer than two seconds, you know that I have a bit of an obsession with a long-dead German actor called Conrad Veidt.

Conrad Veidt and Ang

Conrad Veidt and my photoshopped head on Felicitas Radke’s body.

All right, I have a huge, all-consuming obsession with him. Hello, I Photoshopped myself into several pictures with him and ordered 8×10 prints of them to hang in my living room.  I’m not crazy, mind you…even though I am pretty sure I just made myself look that way…*ahem*…

My friends on Facebook are also used to my daily dose of what I call “Connie Crack” (pictures, videos, and other Connie things).  And some of them even enable me by tagging me in Connie-related posts.

And hey, it’s not like I am the only one who admires him a great deal nearly 70 years after his death. There are WordPress blogs, YouTube channels, and Tumblr pages dedicated to him and his ability to seduce from the grave. Continue reading

Angie Schaffer

Angie Schaffer is a silent film buff, art snob (she is really into Dada, Surrealism, and German Expressionism), social activist, and 1920s fanatic. She can talk your ear clean off about the Jazz Age.

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