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The Blue Angel (1959) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Jack Cummings.

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The Blue Angel (1930)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 14, 2016 From 4 Star Films

The Blue Angel is the name of a nightclub and it turns out to be a very fateful nightclub indeed. It just takes us a while to figure out why. Although Josef Von Sternberg’s film is known, rightly so, for making a star out of Marlene Dietrich — in the first of their 6 collaborations ̵... Read full article


The Blue Angel (1930)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 14, 2016 From 4 Star Films

The Blue Angel is the name of a nightclub and it turns out to be a very fateful nightclub indeed. It just takes us a while to figure out why. Although Josef Von Sternberg’s film is known, rightly so, for making a star out of Marlene Dietrich — in the first of their 6 collaborations ̵... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “The Blue Angels” revisited

By Marisa on Jun 6, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Finishing up the work week is another look at “The Blue Angels,” the episode of Charlie’s Angels that first aired on May 4, 1977. Timothy is about to get shot by Ed Lauter in the first few minutes of the episode. I have no idea what happens after that. With no Tim, I just lost inte... Read full article


The Mubi Cinematheque: The Blue Angel (1930)

By Jason Wilson on Apr 17, 2014 From Pretty Clever Films

The Blue Angel?is currently available on Mubi. Sign up for a free trial?here. ?Rarely will a mainstream Hollywood release touch the edge of somber. Oh, they’ll go for swooping sadness and the occasional emotionally devastating finish, but it’s usually tinged with optimism. That or there ... Read full article


The Blue Angel (1930)

on Dec 17, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film

Weimar cinema isn’t my forte, but after featuring Marlene Dietrich in my inaugural July Five event, I wanted to review the movie which propelled her into international cinema.? Kino Classics apparently read my mind as they recently released Dietrich’s d?but, The Blue Angel, in a comprehe... Read full article


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The original choice for Professor Rath, when Marilyn Monroe was still slated for Lola Lola, was Spencer Tracy. When Tracy proved unavailable, Fredric March was proposed for the role.
Marilyn Monroe was offered Lola-Lola, but turned it down. In 1958, she posed as Marlene Dietrich as Lola-Lola for a Life Magazine pictorial shot by Richard Avedon.
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