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The psychopath was identified as Hans Beckert (Peter Lorre) - his coat back was marked in chalk with the letter "M" by one of the beggars.
Beckert was caught hiding in an attic, and taken to a large abandoned brewery building to stand trial, where he was questioned by a panel of underworld boss-leaders, headed by chief judge Schranker (Gustaf Gründgens).
Reporter Babe Bennett (Jean Arthur) posed as a 'damsel in distress' to get his attention and the latest tabloid scoops when they became friends, while Deeds (who was falling in love with Babe) was unaware of the press coverage.
Crazily, Deeds decided to give away his entire inheritance by buying farmland, and giving plots (and a horse) to every unemployed person.
Beatty called Holt and negotiated Cher’s release.” On meeting her future singing partner Sonny Bono: “I swear, it was like the Maria and Tony scene. ‘Kids liked it, but adults just hated us,’ Cher says. Fistfights hate.’ When “I Got You Babe” came out, in 1965, they went to London. Two days, three days later, we were famous.’” Meryl Streep on Cher’s performance in Moonstruck: “Moonstruck was when she showed how completely effortless her fully rounded talent was—funny, heartbreaking, inimitable—no one else could’ve done it that way. ’”” On how acting on instinct has influenced so many pivotal moments throughout her career: “It doesn’t always.
She was charged with claiming divine guidance and heavenly visions for her military exploits.Verdict: During the kangaroo court hearing, Beckert groveled on the floor, expressed his terror through his bulging eyes, and confessed to his crimes, claiming that he was compelled by an evil voice and uncontrollable inner impulses to kill - and couldn't stop himself.Beckert's defense counsel (Rudolf Blümner) argued that the "insane" Beckert wasn't responsible for his actions, and should be turned over to police and the state - to institutionalize and/or cure him.He had been defending and fighting for the pardon of French military officer Capt.Alfred Dreyfus (Joseph Schildkraut), a Jewish officer in the French army who was wrongly-accused (and unjustly court-martialed) on the charge of treason for providing secret information to the Germans - he was sentenced to a slow death by life imprisonment on Devil's Island.