Marlene Dietrich

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United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992)

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She has been universally praised for her interpretations of Berlin cabaret songs, the works of Kurt Weill and Berthold Brecht and the Chansons of Marlene Dietrich, Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Leo Ferre, Jacques Prevert, Nino Rota, Astor Piazzolla, her own compositions, as well as her portrayals in musicals and plays on Broadway, in Paris, Berlin and in London's West End.
BEITEDDINE, Lebanon: While in Paris in 1988, a young cabaret singer named Ute Lemper received a late-night phone call from German singer and actress Marlene Dietrich. The giant of stage and screen had called in response to a postcard Lemper had sent, apologizing for critics that had named her the "next Marlene."Over the next three hours, as the story goes, the chanteuse chatted with her about her life in the spotlight, her love for the poet Rilke, her complicated relationship with Germany, and her tumultuous love life.
Marlene Dietrich, of course, and Katharine Hepburn, Diane Keaton, Edie Sedgwick--these are women who aren't bound by society's conventions.
Check out 12 quotes from Dietrich below via ( IMDb , ( Brainy Quote and the actress' book, "Marlene Dietrich's ABC: Wit, Wisdom, & Recipes."
James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich TRANSPORTER 3 (Tuesday, ITV4, 9.00pm) JASON STATHAM returns as Frank Martin in Olivier Megaton's brawny sequel.
If Lansky's strategy to create a star image for Hayakawa blurred the line between his screen image and that of his "real life," the same can certainly be said for Lola Lola and the woman who played her on the screen: Marlene Dietrich. Lola Lola was a pre-Nazi nightclub singer/charmer in the film The Blue Angel.
Marina Laslo, originally from Russia and now living in the UK, was due to perform songs sung by Marlene Dietrich in a show that was also due to include archive materials and letters from the Dietrich Estate.
1901: Marlene Dietrich (pictured), German actress who starred in The Blue Angel, was born.
Bob Dylan and Marlene Dietrich, with the slender '1170' lightweight men's optical frame drawing inspiration from Oscar Wilde.
Just look how glamorous Hollywood film legend Marlene Dietrich looks posing next to her Phantom I Sedan in 1935.
Who doesn't love Marlene Dietrich in a tuxedo in the film Morocco?"
It's what I do with them,'' said the fabled enchantress Marlene Dietrich.
London, June 20 ( ANI ): Madonna transformed herself into 1920's German-American star Marlene Dietrich by sporting a black tuxedo and top hat at Paris Theatre in New York for the screening of 'Madonna: The MDNA Tour.'
In the autumn of 1930 one topic came up at every Hollywood party, in every gossip column and on the sets and sound stages of every studio: who was the most important man in Marlene Dietrich's life: her husband or her director It was a question that fascinated everyone.