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David Hoffman

Highest Rated:   89% Titanic (1953)
Lowest Rated:   28% Backwards (2012)
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A thin, weasel-like Russian stage actor, David Hoffman made his mark in Hollywood films of the 1940s, chiefly at Universal where, as the spirit, he opened the first five Inner Sanctum films: Calling Dr. Death (1943), Weird Woman (1944), Dead Man's Eyes (1944), The Frozen Ghost (1945), and Strange Confession (1945). Hoffman was also an effective Hawaiian-based Nazi spy in a couple of chapters of the 1943 serial The Adventures of Smilin' Jack (1943) and portrayed yet another furtive Axis agent in the Marx Brothers comedy A Night in Casablanca (1946). Often unbilled, Hoffman continued in films until the late '50s. He should not be confused with the later director of the same name.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
50% Divorce Corp.
  • Actor
2014
No Score Yet noobz
  • Angry Customer
2013
28% Backwards
  • Producer
2012
No Score Yet How Hitler Lost the War
  • Executive Producer
2012
No Score Yet Submarine: Steel Boats, Iron Men
  • Producer
1989
No Score Yet King Murray
  • Director
1969
60% The Best of Everything
  • Joe
1959
No Score Yet Daddy Long Legs
  • Jeweler
1955
No Score Yet Woman's World
  • Jarecki
1954
89% Titanic
  • Tailor
1953
No Score Yet Backfire
  • Burns
1950
No Score Yet Rope of Sand
  • Waiter
1949
No Score Yet The Creeper
  • Andre
1948
No Score Yet Desire Me
  • Postman
1947
57% A Night in Casablanca
  • Spy
1946
89% The Beast With Five Fingers
  • Duprex
1946
No Score Yet The Mask of Dimitrios
  • Konrad
1944
No Score Yet The Conspirators
  • Antonio
1944
No Score Yet Flesh And Fantasy
  • Davis
1943
No Score Yet Mission to Moscow
  • Mr. Radek
1943
No Score Yet Danger in the Pacific
  • Storekeeper
1942
No Score Yet Underground
  • Willi
1941

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
72% Castle
2009-2016
  • Ned Werner
No Score Yet Bones
2005
  • Carl Collins
No Score Yet 2 Broke Girls
2011
  • Gordon
No Score Yet American Experience
1988
  • Director
No Score Yet Frontline
1982
  • Reporter

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