was the first Best Actor and Janet Gaynor Best Actress.
German actor Emil Jannings
won for his first two American films, "The Way of All Flesh" (1927) and "The Last Command" (1928).
The Eyes of the Mummy was well received, blending adventure, drama, and romance, and featuring performances by established stage and screen actors Harry Liedtke and Emil Jannings
, as well as by rising Polish actress and erstwhile ballet dancer Pola Negri.
Wings'' won ''best production,'' while Emil Jannings
and Janet Gaynor were named best actor and best actress.
He explains the exploitive propaganda value of German sports stars such as boxing great Max Schmeling and movie actors like Oscar-winner Emil Jannings
After the motion picture was made, every crumb of food was collected by the Kapos (camp guards) and most of the cast and crew, including actor/director Kurt Gerron, who had starred with Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings
in the 1929 German classic film, "The Blue Angel," were shipped to Auschwitz to be gassed.
The first Best Actor gong went to Emil Jannings
for The Last Command and The Way of All Flesh and the first actress to be given the honour was the silent film star Janet Gaynor, whose three films included Street Angel.
B, Perth A The first ever winner was Emil Jannings
for best actor for the films The Way of All Flesh and The Last Command.
The Berlinale's special tribute is honoring all of that tumultuous history, beginning with Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's 1924 classic "The Last Laugh," which starred Emil Jannings
(the first actor ever to win an Oscar) as an aging hotel doorman who suffers humiliation after being demoted to the position of washroom attendant.
En cuanto a los actores, Chaplin, George Bancroft y Emil Jannings
(estos dos ultimos trabajaron con von Stemberg) despertaban su mayor interes.
Critics writing in the 1960s through the 1980s, typically read the film through the lenses of auteurist analysis, psychoanalysis, or star studies (typically, studies of Dietrich, not Emil Jannings
, the more well-known actor of the time).
Moving into 1920s Weimar Germany, chapter 7 offers an in-depth account of the careers and performances of the silent Shakespearean film stars Asta Nielsen and Emil Jannings
from the German Shakespeare films.