Fuck Yeah Peter Lorre!
damsellover:

Peter Lorre from Mad Love (1935)

damsellover:

Peter Lorre from Mad Love (1935)

idlesuperstar:

HOLY MOLY the BFI are doing a Peter Lorre season *falls over* *lies on the floor weeping about not living in London* *gets up to book some tickets* *falls over again*

idlesuperstar:

HOLY MOLY the BFI are doing a Peter Lorre season *falls over* *lies on the floor weeping about not living in London* *gets up to book some tickets* *falls over again*

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Peter chillin’ on the beach, c. 1943

Peter chillin’ on the beach, c. 1943

You’re right! Thanks for the insight. I even found this illustration on his wikipedia page here.

(hope this helps, anon?)

Peter Lorre Art

I am trying to find information on this sharp looking piece of art that appears to be Peter Lorre.   It is signed Sic but I have found nothing even close to this style of work or the artist.  Anybody out there able to assist with this?

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Thanks for the submission!

If I had to guess, I think it’s supposed to be William Powell. The blue eyes, ‘stache, tall-ness and thin-ness seems more like him than a Peter Lorre illustration in my opinion. At least, I think so…

I’ll put it in the tag, but perhaps you could try asking one of the Powell-centric blogs? Maybe this one or this one?

If anyone has any info on the print, we’d love to hear it! It’s a fine illustration.

-monocoleporter

(Edit: vestisferrea has pointed us in the right direction- it’s a caricature of Max Beerbohm that appeared in Vanity Fair in 1897. The artist is Walter Sickert, according to the Wikimedia page. Thanks!)

Peter Lorre & friend in ‘Three Strangers