von Sternberg

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United States film maker (born in Austria) whose films made Marlene Dietrich an international star (1894-1969)

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Clockwise from above, the crashed Heinkel bomber Earlswood; Fritz Muhn, who died in the crash; Muhn's nephew Alfred Moos (left) with historian Steve Richards; Steve's book The Lufwaffe Over Brum; Ruhle, Muhn, von Sternberg and Budde, the crew of the crashed Heinkel; and the scrap silk that sparked the furore
Johann Speck von Sternberg was a specialist in "pirat" operations and, moments before take-off, told his men the intended target was Birmetals.
of Economics, Turkey) are Bernard Shaw, Rudolf Arnheim, Andre Bazin, Jozef von Sternberg, Tyrone Guthrie, and Susan Sontag.
y tambien a imitar la epica representada en este filmo los de Josef Von Sternberg en Historia universal de la infamia.
The autocratic Josef von Sternberg had met Marlene Dietrich, then 28, in Germany the previous year when he was looking for a star for his new movie.
World Lupus Day has special meaning to the film's wonderful fans, and as such we wanted to do something special to help recognize this noteworthy day," said Mark von Sternberg, Love Simple's director.
A straight drinking pal of Gide and Wilde, author of more mainstream works like The Woman and the Puppet (adapted to film by both von Sternberg and Bunuel), Louys labored away throughout his lifetime at so much elegantly refined smut (the delicately obscene was his stock in trade) that it was ultimately best measured by the tonnage--nine hundred pounds' worth, according to his biographers.
Such implications were most likely not the immediate intention of von Sternberg, who maintained that he ignored the Nazis' rise to power and actively depoliticized Mann's novel by effacing its social critique and in foregrounding the plot's sexual intrigue (McCormick 116).
Their sheer CinemaScopic polish aside, the photogtaphs in Crewdson's series "Beneath the Roses," 2004-2007, a large selection of which made up this exhibition, suggest in their extraordinary lighting the work of a present-day Josef von Sternberg.
The decor is modulated in lilac tones--her favorite color--and an original portrait by Joseph von Sternberg of his muse hangs in the living room.
El libro poco tiene que ver con la famosa pero muy simplificada version cinematografica de Josef von Sternberg, centrada en la cantante Lola-Lola, que seduce y burla al quijotesco profesor Unrat.
Tyrannical director Josef Von Sternberg clashed with temperamental acting genius Charles Laughton, the latter complaining he just 'couldn't get' the role.
But as a TSA spokeswoman told reporter Bob von Sternberg, the agency won't provide a comprehensive list of these items, nor reveal how often such mistakes are made, out of fear that doing so "would give a road map to the bad guys.