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Marlene Dietrich was born on this day in 1901 Dezembro 27, 2006

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Marlene Dietrich
Maria Magdalene Dietrich was born in Berlin-Schöneberg, Germany, on Dec 27, 1901.

She began her carreeer as violinist but in, she got the role of “Lola-Lola” in UFA‘s production, The Blue Angel (1930). The film was the first German sound film, was directed by Josef von Sternberg and is noted for introducing Marlene’s signature song “Falling in Love Again“.

Marlene Dietrich in Morocco

For Morocco (1930) she received her only Oscar nomination. Her other films included Shanghai Express (1932), Destry Rides Again (1939), Foreign Affair (1948), and Witness for the Prosecution (1957). At the peak of her career in the 1930s, Marlene Dietrich was the screen’s highest-paid actress.
After World War II she appeared internationally in concerts, in cabarets, and on television.
Her show business career largely ended on Sep. 29, 1975, when she broke her leg during a stage performance in Australia.
The American Film Institute ranked Dietrich No. 9 amongst the Greatest Female Stars of All Time.

Dietrich died of natural causes May 6, 1992, at the age of 90 in Paris, France.

(Quotation) «Without tenderness, a man is uninteresting.»

Lilli Marlene

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Marlene Dietrich was born on this day in 1901

Filed under: Marlene Dietrich — looking4good @ 1:05 pm
Marlene Dietrich
Maria Magdalene Dietrich was born in Berlin-Schöneberg, Germany, on Dec 27, 1901.

She began her carreeer as violinist but in, she got the role of “Lola-Lola” in UFA‘s production, The Blue Angel (1930). The film was the first German sound film, was directed by Josef von Sternberg and is noted for introducing Marlene’s signature song “Falling in Love Again“.

Marlene Dietrich in Morocco

For Morocco (1930) she received her only Oscar nomination. Her other films included Shanghai Express (1932), Destry Rides Again (1939), Foreign Affair (1948), and Witness for the Prosecution (1957). At the peak of her career in the 1930s, Marlene Dietrich was the screen’s highest-paid actress.
After World War II she appeared internationally in concerts, in cabarets, and on television.
Her show business career largely ended on Sep. 29, 1975, when she broke her leg during a stage performance in Australia.
The American Film Institute ranked Dietrich No. 9 amongst the Greatest Female Stars of All Time.

Dietrich died of natural causes May 6, 1992, at the age of 90 in Paris, France.

(Quotation) «Without tenderness, a man is uninteresting.»

Lilli Marlene

 

Marlene Dietrich was born on this day in 1901

Filed under: Marlene Dietrich — looking4good @ 1:05 pm
Marlene Dietrich
Maria Magdalene Dietrich was born in Berlin-Schöneberg, Germany, on Dec 27, 1901.

She began her carreeer as violinist but in, she got the role of “Lola-Lola” in UFA‘s production, The Blue Angel (1930). The film was the first German sound film, was directed by Josef von Sternberg and is noted for introducing Marlene’s signature song “Falling in Love Again“.

Marlene Dietrich in Morocco

For Morocco (1930) she received her only Oscar nomination. Her other films included Shanghai Express (1932), Destry Rides Again (1939), Foreign Affair (1948), and Witness for the Prosecution (1957). At the peak of her career in the 1930s, Marlene Dietrich was the screen’s highest-paid actress.
After World War II she appeared internationally in concerts, in cabarets, and on television.
Her show business career largely ended on Sep. 29, 1975, when she broke her leg during a stage performance in Australia.
The American Film Institute ranked Dietrich No. 9 amongst the Greatest Female Stars of All Time.

Dietrich died of natural causes May 6, 1992, at the age of 90 in Paris, France.

(Quotation) «Without tenderness, a man is uninteresting.»

Lilli Marlene