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Illusions - Marlene Dietrich - The Blue Angel

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Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date February 22, Track Listing. Even as they become intimate and even marry, there is a constant sense that she is undermining him. This becomes the thread that connects most Dietrich performances, a staged apathy and a sensual ennui. The visual adjustments necessary to account for sound equipment somewhat flatten the images he became so famous for, but his sense of atmosphere remains strong.

More so than many of his peers as well, he uses sounds expressionistically. My Favourite Actresses. Do you have a demo reel? Add it to your IMDbPage. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Marlene Dietrich's work have you seen? Nominated for 1 Oscar. Known For. Witness for the Prosecution Christine. Touch of Evil Tanya.

Jan 30,  · I love the work of Josef von Sternberg, and the seven films he made with Marlene Dietrich rank, in my opinion, among the masterpieces of the cinema. With THE BLUE ANGEL, released by UFA in , von Sternberg set the general pattern: the meticulously designed mis en scene, the brilliant use of light and shadow, the nuanced performances, and of course, the potent eroticism of his leading lady/5().

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  1. Akicage says:
    In s Berlin, Dietrich acted on the stage and in silent films. Her performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel () brought her international acclaim and a contract with Paramount Pictures. Dietrich starred in Hollywood films such as Morocco (), Shanghai Express (), and Desire ().
  2. Shanris says:
    In Josef von Sternberg: Films with Dietrich. Der blaue Engel (; The Blue Angel), filmed simultaneously in German and in English, was a raw portrait of sexual degradation in which a distinguished professor (Jannings) is brought low by his obsession with the sultry nightclub singer Lola Lola (Marlene Dietrich in her breakthrough role).. Read More.
  3. Akitaur says:
    Marlene discusses her film career: "The Blue Angel" (and its remake, starring May Britt) and her Hollywood roles. Marlene Dietrich French Interview .
  4. Voodoolabar says:
    Marlene Dietrich's recording career spanned sixty years, from until She introduced the songs "Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It)" (from the film The Blue Angel) and "See What the Boys in the Back Room Will Have" (from "Destry Rides Again").She first recorded her version of "Lili Marlene" in [citation needed]Live albums: 4.
  5. Shaktizragore says:
    Popular Marlene Dietrich & The Blue Angel videos Marlene Dietrich - Topic; videos; 7, views; Last updated on Aug 10, ; Play all Share. Loading Save. Sign in to YouTube. Sign in [Deleted video] falling in love again-marlene dietrich by Timbobtim4.
  6. Doll says:
    Apr 19,  · Stars: Marlene Dietrich Rath learns that many of his boys often frequent a cabaret called Der blaue Engel - the Blue Angel - which he believes is corrupting their impressionable young minds. He heads to the Blue Angel himself to catch the boys in the act and shame them into not going again. Over several visits, Rath is able to catch the /10(K).
  7. Tojas says:
    May 30,  · Dietrich is Lola, the alluring cabaret singer at a sleazy nightclub called The Blue Angel, and Emil Jannings plays Professor Immanuel Rath, the pompous but poignantly lonely middle-aged.
  8. Mikanris says:
    Marie Magdelene Dietrich von Losch (aka Marlene) was born in Schöneberg bei Berlin, Germany on December 27, Her father was an army officer who had served in the Franco-Prussian War. Because of his constant absences due to his army duties, Marlene /10().

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