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Marlene (1984) was a Film directed by Maximilian Schell and produced by Zev Braun.

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Marlene Dietrich?s Re-Education of American Female Sensuality

By Margaret Perry on Dec 16, 2016 From Margaret Perry

This post was originally written for my MA Film and Literature course?“Cold War Culture: Literature, Film, Theory in Cold War Europe” at the University of York (lecturer Dr. Erica Sheen).? The most poignant line Marlene Dietrich has in A Foreign Affair is when she asks her American army ... Read full article


SUMMER UNDER THE STARS: LA FEMME MARLENE

By The Lady Eve on Aug 21, 2015 From Lady Eve's Reel Life

Summer Under the Stars, August 22: Marlene Dietrich It was 1929, and Marlene Dietrich was appearing on the Berlin stage when Austrian-American film director Josef von Sternberg first caught sight of her. Something in her attitude intrigued him and he thought she might be right for the female lead i... Read full article


SUMMER UNDER THE STARS: LA FEMME MARLENE

By The Lady Eve on Aug 21, 2015 From Lady Eve's Reel Life

Summer Under the Stars, August 22: Marlene Dietrich It was 1929, and Marlene Dietrich was appearing on the Berlin stage when Austrian-American film director Josef von Sternberg first caught sight of her. Something in her attitude intrigued him and he thought she might be right for the female lead i... Read full article


SUMMER UNDER THE STARS: LA FEMME MARLENE

By The Lady Eve on Aug 21, 2015 From Lady Eve's Reel Life

Summer Under the Stars, August 22: Marlene Dietrich It was 1929, and Marlene Dietrich was appearing on the Berlin stage when Austrian-American film director Josef von Sternberg first caught sight of her. Something in her attitude intrigued him and he thought she might be right for the female lead i... Read full article


Carole, Marlene on the 'Silver' screen in D.C.

By vp19 on Mar 6, 2015 From Carole & Co.

Good news for the many Carole Lombard fans in the Washington, D.C. area where I once resided: Two of her cinematic classics will be shown over the next few days at the American Film Institute's Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, Md., just north of the District line. "Nothing Sacred" (1937), where she'... Read full article


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