A talented producer, Gottfried Reinhardt's career was built upon his stunning work throughout Hollywood. Reinhardt worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Comrade X" (1940) starring Clark Gable, "I Live My Life" (1935), "Rage in Heaven" (1941) and "The Great Waltz" with Luise Rainer (1938). Reinhardt continued to focus on film through the forties and the fifties, producing movies like the comedic adaptation "Two-Faced Woman" (1941) with Greta Garbo, the Wallace Beery comedic drama "Big Jack" (1949) and "The Red Badge of Courage" (1951) with Audie Murphy. In the latter half of his career, Reinhardt directed the Pier Angeli romance "The Story of Three Loves" (1953), the drama "Betrayed" (1954) with Clark Gable and "Town Without Pity" (1962). Reinhardt last directed the comedy adaptation "Situation Hopeless - But Not Serious" (1965) with Alec Guinness. Gottfried Reinhardt passed away in July 1994 at the age of 81.