Tag Archives: Marlene Dietrich

Five Unmissable Marlene Dietrich Films

Five Unmissable Marlene Dietrich Films The joy of programming a season of Marlene Dietrich films is that she’s wonderful in everything – she had such electric charisma. But I had to whittle my list of favorite Dietrich performances down to … Continue reading

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Exclusive Offer for our UK fans: Discount Code for BFI Southbank’s “Marlene Dietrich: Falling in Love Again”

BFI Southbank’s “Marlene Dietrich: Falling in Love Again”From Europe to Hollywood and back again, the screen’s most enduring love goddess still smolders. CMH is very happy to announce our partnership with the BFI, the UK’s lead organization for film, television … Continue reading

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Mini Tribute: Billy Wilder at Work

Born June 22, 1906 Legendary Director Billy Wilder! There’s really nothing ‘mini’ about this Tribute except for a lack of ‘written’ content — but, really, anything I could say here would be a gross understatement anyway. So, here is a … Continue reading

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Screen Queen: Marlene Dietrich

  Marlene Dietrich: Queen of Drag Marlene Dietrich is a woman of many titles. International movie star, cabaret artist extraordinaire, Allied power’s most valuable cheerleader and, of course, gay icon. No-one pulls off a suit quite like Marlene Dietrich. Considering … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Legend Tribute: Marlene Dietrich

  Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, Marlene Dietrich, Born December 27, 1901! Glamour. Defined in the dictionary as: an air of compelling charm, romance, and excitement, especially when delusively alluring. For me, and I am assuming for many of … Continue reading

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Honor, Duty, Country: Veterans of the Classic Hollywood Era

Honor, Duty, Country.  These famous words spoken by General Douglas MacArthur are mantra to which all the men and women in the armed forces live by. When the call of duty arises, they are the first to put country before … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Countdown: Best Picture #’s 38 and 37 — The Great Ziegfeld (1936) and Around the World in 80 Days (1956)

38. The Great Ziegfeld (1936) Other Nominated Films: Anthony Adverse, Dodsworth, Libeled Lady, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, Romeo and Juliet, San Francisco, The Story of Louis Pasteur, A Tale of Two Cities, Three Smart Girls Florenz Ziegfeld was one of the … Continue reading

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