S.Z. Sakall

Birthday:
02/02/1884
Place of birth:
Budapest, Austria – Hungary (now Budapest, Hungary):
Biography:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Szőke Szakáll  (February 2, 1883 – February 12, 1955), known as S.Z. Sakall, was a Hungarian film character actor. He was in many films including In the Good Old Summertime, Lullaby of Broadway, Christmas in Connecticut and Casablanca in which he played Carl, the head waiter. Chubby-jowled Sakall played numerous supporting roles in Hollywood musicals and comedies in the 1940s and 1950s. His rotund cuteness earned Sakall the nickname "Cuddles," and he was often billed as S.Z. "Cuddles" Sakall in his later films, though he was never happy with the name. He was famous for using the phrase "everything is hunky dunky." Description above from the Wikipedia article S. Z. Sakall, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

Credits

The Student Prince (1954)
as Joseph Ruder (as S.Z. 'Cuddles' Sakall)
Small Town Girl (1953)
as Papa Schlemmer
It's a Big Country (1951)
as Stefan Szabo
Painting The Clouds With Sunshine (1951)
as Uncle Felix
Lullaby of Broadway (1951)
as Adolph Hubbell
Sugarfoot (1951)
as Don Miguel Wormser
Tea for Two (1950)
as J. Maxwell Bloomhaus
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)
as Miklos 'Mike' Teretzky (as Cuddles Sakall)
Montana (1950)
as Papa Otto Schultz
Oh, You Beautiful Doll (1949)
as Alfred Breitenbach
Look for the Silver Lining (1949)
as Shendorff
In the Good Old Summertime (1949)
as Otto Oberkugen
My Dream Is Yours (1949)
as Felix Hofer
Whiplash (1948)
as Sam
Embraceable You (1948)
as Sammy
Romance on the High Seas (1948)
as Uncle Lazlo Lazlo
April Showers (1948)
as Mr. Curley
Cynthia (1947)
as Prof. Rosenkrantz
The Time, The Place and The Girl (1946)
as Ladislaus Cassel
Never Say Goodbye (1946)
as Luigi Restaurateur (as S.Z. 'Cuddles' Sakall)
Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946)
as Count Oswald
Cinderella Jones (1946)
as Gabriel Popik
San Antonio (1945)
as Sacha Bozic
The Dolly Sisters (1945)
as Uncle Latsie Dolly
Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
as Felix Bassenak
Wonder Man (1945)
as Schmidt
Hollywood Canteen (1944)
as Himself
Shine on Harvest Moon (1944)
as Poppa Carl
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)
as Dr. Schlenna
Wintertime (1943)
as Hjalmar Ostgaard
Casablanca (1942)
as Carl
Seven Sweethearts (1942)
as Mr. Van Maaster, the Father
Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
as Schwab
Broadway (1942)
as Nick
Ball of Fire (1941)
as Prof. Magenbruch
The Devil and Miss Jones (1941)
as George (Merrick's Butler)
That Night in Rio (1941)
as Arthur Penna
The Man Who Lost Himself (1941)
as Paul
Spring Parade (1940)
as Latislav Teschek - the Baker
My Love Came Back (1940)
as Geza Peyer
Florian (1940)
as Max
It's a Date (1940)
as Karl Ober
Bubi (1937)
as Moller
The Lilac Domino (1937)
as Sandor
Fräulein Lilli (1936)
as Prokurist Seidl
Tagebuch der Geliebten (1935)
as Dr. Walitzky
Viereinhalb Musketiere (1935)
as Sattler, Schlagzeuger
Bretter, die die Welt bedeuten (1935)
as Franz Novak
Ende schlecht, alles gut (1934)
as Anton Polgar, Papierhändler
Helyet az öregeknek (1934)
Wenn du jung bist, gehört dir die Welt (1934)
as Beppo
Tokajerglut (1933)
as Schmidt, Pressephotograph
Frühlingsstimmen (1933)
as Krüger, Schuldiener
Skandal in Budapest (1933)
as Stangl
Abenteuer am Lido (1933)
as Michael
Pardon, tévedtem (1933)
as Mr. Strangel
Großfürstin Alexandra (1933)
as Dimitri
Muß man sich gleich scheiden lassen (1933)
as Professor Friedrich Hornung
Es war einmal ein Musikus (1933)
as Häberlein
Eine Frau wie Du (1933)
as Theobald Roehn, Fabrikant
Ihre Majestät die Liebe (1933)
as Bela Török
Kaiserwalzer (1933)
as Leitner - Fabrikant aus Budapest
Eine Stadt steht kopf (1933)
as Der Bürgermeister
Glück über Nacht (1933)
as Haase
Ich will nicht wissen, wer Du bist (1932)
as Ottokar
Melodie der Liebe (1932)
as Bernhard
Mädchen zum Heiraten (1932)
as Alois Novak
Der unbekannte Gast (1931)
as Leopold Kuhlmann
Meine Cousine aus Warschau (1931)
as Burel, Luciennes Gatte
Der Stumme von Portici (1931)
as Ehemann (as Szöke Szakall)
Ich heirate meinen Mann (1931)
as Adolphe
Walzerparadies (1931)
as Schwartz, Theateragent
Die Faschingsfee (1931)
as Matthias, Diener
Kopfüber ins Glück (1931)
as Baron Monteuil
Der Hampelmann (1930)
as Eickmeyer
Zweimal Hochzeit (1930)
as Grafenbergs Schwager
Zwei Herzen im Dreiviertel-Takt (1930)
as Der Theaterdirektor
Großstadtschmetterling (1929)
as Paul Bennet
Rutschbahn (1928)
as Sam
Mary Lou (1928)
as Der Jongleur
Familientag im Hause Prellstein (1927)
as Sami Bambus
Der Himmel auf Erden (1927)
as Geschäftsführer
Wenn das Herz der Jugend spricht (1926)
as Dr. Hecht

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