In TANGO NOTTURNO (1937, D: Fritz Kirchhoff), a film often overlooked by early film historians, his input as an actor in just two scenes barely goes beyond that of an extra. The film starred Albrecht Schoenhals und Pola Negri.
Not much more can be said about his contribution in the film DAS MÄDCHEN VON GESTERN NACHT (1938, D: Peter Paul Brauer) in which he plays the part of an attaché in the British Foreign Office without any traits of note beyond his screen persona. Nonetheless, he earned 1200 Reichsmarks for his role. Irrespective of this, the making of this buoyant film with its witty dialogue, and the accomplished and charming star performers of both sexes must have been an instructional delight for the others in the studio. The Berlin première was on 14 April 1938 in the Gloria-Palast, but except for one group photograph taken from a film magazine of the time, in which a truncated Curd Jürgens can be made out, there are no further documents to be found.[i]