Pandora's Box (1929) was a Silent Films - Crime Film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst and produced by Seymour Nebenzal and Heinz Landsmann.
Order in the Court Blogathon: Pandora's Box:The Guilty Face in the MirrorBy FlickChick on Jun 9, 2016 From A Person in the Dark
This is my entry in the Order in the Court Blogathon hosted by the criminally wonderful Lesley at Second Sight Cinema and Theresa at Cinemaven's ESSAYS from the Couch. Click HERE for more posts. It's so much fun, it feels like it should be illegal! Pandora's Box Guilty or innocent? Usually... Read full article
The Style Essentials--Louise Brooks Opens the PANDORA'S BOX of German Expressionismon Mar 26, 2013 From GlamAmor
Mention the words German Expressionism and you just might put a panic into even the most ardent of classic cinema fans. It's that seemingly scary combination--it's foreign and it's silent. But honestly...when you take the time to watch one, none of that matters. German Expressionism of the 1920s i... Read full article
Silent Film: Pandora's Box(1929).By Dawn on Jan 8, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Pandora's Box (1929). German silent melodrama film based loosely on Frank Wedekind's plays Erdgeist Earth Spirit (1895) and Die B?chse der Pandora (1904). Directed by Austrian filmmaker Georg Wilhelm Pabst. Cast: Louise Brooks, Fritz Kortner, and Francis Lederer. Story of a young woman's uninhibited... Read full article
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Countess Anna is considered by historians to be cinema's first lesbian character.
Georg Wilhelm Pabst nearly signed Marlene Dietrich to star, although he greatly preferred Louise Brooks. According to Pabst, Dietrich was in his office waiting to sign the contract when a cable came from Paramount saying that Brooks was willing to play the role.
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