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In 1966, Carr founded the talent agency Allan Carr Enterprises, managing the actors Tony Curtis, Peter Sellers, Rosalind Russell, Dyan Cannon, Melina Mercouri, and Marlo Thomas.
Some of the other entertainment figures whose careers he managed were Ann-Margret, a string of whose television specials he also produced, Nancy Walker, Marvin Hamlisch, Joan Rivers, Peggy Lee, "Mama" Cass Elliot, Paul Anka, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, George Maharis, and Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass.
As head of Department IV (Administration), he was responsible for the acquisition and distribution of food and clothing and the management of prisoners' property.
In addition, Department IV encompassed the management of the property confiscated from exterminated prisoners, as well as building maintenance, which included the servicing of the crematoria and gas chambers, and thus Möckel's responsibilities also facilitated the perpetration of the Holocaust.
In Chicago in the 1960s, he opened the Civic Theater and financed The World of Carl Sandburg starring Bette Davis and Gary Merrill, as well as Eva Le Gallienne in Mary Stuart, directed by Sir Tyrone Guthrie, and Tennessee Williams's "Garden District," featuring Cathleen Nesbitt and Diana Barrymore.
In 1926, he joined the Nazi party and the Schutzstaffel.Each member must toss the water balloon to the next team member.